As the end of 2020 approaches and with New Year’s around the corner, you might find yourself more reflective on what was a pretty uncertain time. In one year, life happenings managed to pack in an international pandemic with major social and economic impacts sprinkled with political complications along with the basic “life happenings”.
It is no surprise that you might have experienced some added stress or felt unable to gain control over your circumstances, thoughts and emotions. Many people who never struggled with anxiety in the past became triggered during these uncertain times.
If any of that resonates with you possibly your approach this year to reflection and your New Year’s resolutions might look a bit different.
On the topic of resolutions, I would like you to consider a unique approach. Though the concept of New Year’s resolutions can be beneficial, resolution and good intentions are just not enough to institute long-lasting change and results.
Probably one of its biggest short comings is the grandiose ideas of massive change, but only once a year without a real plan of implementation.
Just think about it. If you are miserable with dissatisfaction in an area of your life, but it is only April, doesn’t it seem absurd to wait 8 months to re-evaluate a new list of grandiose change.
The concept behind the tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions, that of self-reflection and goal setting, can be a very powerful tool if given direction and fueled with the right plan of action.
Truth be told, in any specific area in your life that you are not implementing some form of self-reflection, maintenance, or growth, that area is probably being neglected. If you took a deeper look, you would most likely see where that neglect or avoidance, both intentional and unintentional, has had a negative impact and provided you unwanted results, disappointment or misery. It is based upon this pretense; that self-evaluation in the setting of resolution and goals can be the starting point for long-lasting change and results.
For example, it is estimated that over 90% of the New Year’s resolutions incorporate bettering health in some form of another. Approximately 80% focus on wanting to lose weight. The irony, is that these percentages are rising each year rather than lowering, even with incorporating awareness and good intentions.
Why then, if people are becoming more aware of the necessity to better their health and lose weight, is there still no change? Instead, we are left with this “Groundhog Day” effect.
Simply put, good intentions and self-awareness without the right direction, plan, or course of action just aren’t enough.
We recently hosted our 2020 Brain Health Summit was designed to act as a guided journey walking you via your brain, down a specific intended path crafted by specialists in the field of brain health, general health and psychological health for you to be able to find peace, serenity, ease anxiety, stress and overcome internal challenges like depression, anger management, insomnia, PTSD and even to aid in the recovery of brain injury, Concussions, post-concussion syndrome, stroke and neurological challenges like Autism, ADHD, ADD and more.
It is necessary for you to understand how your brain works, in order for you to work your brain and tap into the most powerful computing device in the world in efforts for you to connect with yourself , craft your own personalized plan and course for implementation with real time techniques to help you live in the present, fulfilled, at peace and connected to those you love.
You can rewire your brain and live the life you desire to live!
I want to commend you if you even take the time to write down your New Year’s resolutions and plan to put the right foot forward in this New Year.
I also want to help provide you with the tools to identify your vision of the “healthiest you”, brain, body and soul and help you get back in touch with yourself, discovery your desires aspirations and dreams and design your plan and road map to follow while on your personal journey toward the life you are floored to live.
The 2020 Brain Health Summit was designed to aid you with information and transformational tools and techniques for optimal brain health, habits and support towards healing so you can obtain your optimal life, avoiding reliving that Groundhog Day effect each year.
We offer real-life implementations and easy steps to improve your life by tapping into the most powerful computing device in the world, your brain. How to reduce stress and even eliminate its’ effects completely so triggers are a thing of the past and you are in the drivers seat once again connected to your desires and passions living a life connected to yourself every day of your life not just reflecting during new years.