Let’s talk about New Year’s Resolutions. Have you started thinking about yours yet? Perhaps you’re someone who doesn’t usually make them because you have the opinion that you’ll just break them anyway? Statistically, you’re probably right, 66% of people don’t make it past February before giving up on their goals.
If you’ve already started thinking about your resolutions, you’re more likely to be one of that 34% who keep them. If you’re already thinking about your goals, it’s likely that you’re choosing an issue that actually means something to you. That will make it easier for you to keep yourself going when motivation wanes.
So what is it that you want to achieve in 2020?
For many of us it will be that we want to lose weight, save more, quit smoking or change jobs. It really doesn’t matter what your goal is, for success it’s important to get the mindset right.
This is where hypnotherapy can be extremely useful. Many of us have all sorts of unhelpful beliefs about what we can do or who we are as people. When we challenge ourselves those beliefs can make us feel uncomfortable and we resort back to doing things as we have always done them.
So while you’re thinking about what your goals for 2020 are it might be helpful to spend a little time considering if you are prone to self-sabotaging or if you hold unhelpful beliefs about yourself that you might benefit for working on.
Hypnotherapy is not only effective for a wide range of lifestyle and habit changes such as quitting smoking and weight loss, it’s also extremely useful in helping to change the patterns of thoughts and self-doubt that keep us stuck and not progressing towards our goals.
The reason why hypnotherapy works so rapidly with bad habits and behaviours is because it works directly with your subconscious, bypassing the critical mind and getting to the root of the issue so that changes can be made that support your goals quickly and efficiently.
Have a look at the National Council for Hypnotherapy’s directory to find a fully qualified and insured hypnotherapist near you. Make 2020 the year that you move beyond limiting self-beliefs and bad habits and achieve the New Year’s Resolutions that you set yourself.