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Awareness is not only crucial for making big changes. It's crucial for making small changes as well.
A clinical psychologist, author ("Following Through") and inventor (the MotivAider) who specializes in helping people follow through on making desired changes in their own behavior and habits, I'm convinced that ATTENTION is an essential but often overlooked ingredient in the recipe for successful change. Unless we can keep our attention focused on what we're automatically doing and what we intend to do instead, change is just not going to happen.
Unfortunately, keeping your attention focused on the change you want to make is easier said than done, which is why I've spent years developing and perfecting a simple electronic device that automatically keeps its user's attention focused on making virtually any chosen change.
Change can occur instantly and we need to be prepared to drop our expectations.
“Accept what is. And love what is.”
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