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PODCAST: Why People Don’t Change | How to Overcome Negative (& Destructive) Habits / Routines.

13 February 2014 No Comment

The Conquer Yourself Audio Podcast Series by Bryan Ogilvie

“We’ve only got a small, limited number of ‘postures’ and our life is moving from
one set of these postures to another. We’re very habitual, because we’ve also
got emotional postures and intellectual postures as well.”

~ Dr. Wyatt Woodsmall

How mechanical are we, exactly? Can we humans be “asleep at the wheel” – can we have negative and destructive routines – and yet be completely unconscious of them, not even aware that that’s what’s going on???

In this podcast, we’ll go in depth to explain more and, of course, provide solutions. Tune in now for another great session of the Conquer Yourself Podcast Series:

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Discover more great insights, techniques, strategies and wisdom for self-mastery and artistic success in my new book, How to Conquer Yourself: Discipline & Willpower for the Conscious, Creative Thinker, available on on Amazon here. (For autographed and personally-dedicated copies, delivered much faster, click here)

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