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#200: New Mindset, New Habits

Starting new habits requires a new mindset.

Ever try to start a new habit, then feel like a failure?

It's not your fault.

Our brains weren't designed to automatically do what we think.

They have a default setting that we need to learn to override.

Once we understand how our brains work, then we can begin building the habits we want by overriding the default setting.

In this episode you'll learn:

  • 5 mindset pieces that will help you build your habit
  • why your brain doesn't do what you tell it to
  • the sneaky ways it can undermine your new habit

Use these new mindset principles to help give you the foundation you need for your new habit.

One more thing…I have a favor to ask.

Would you leave a review for Be a Better Lawyer Podcast?

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When lawyers learn what I teach in the podcast, I know it changes lives.

I get DMs and emails telling me so, and I want to expose as many lawyers as possible to this work.

I wish I had coaching tools like these available to me even sooner, and I imagine since you're here, you do too.

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And it would be a lovely gift as we celebrate episode #200.

Thank you.



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