6 Simple Ways to Retrain Your Brain to Take Action


For years we all have instituted habits—daily actions that have become habitual by emulating others or for convenience alone. Some may improve our lives while others may add negativity or routine e.g., brushing your teeth twice a day to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. The funny thing is, you already know which ones fall into which category—and you may have wanted to change things for a long time, but, you didn’t—because of the #1 reason I hear all the time, “life happens.”

Here’s the truth: Wanting to be healthy is one thing. Living a healthy lifestyle is another.One way to retrain your brain  is to follow the simple steps of Move Well, Eat Well, and Think Well.  Create a habit versus an idea.

For many of us, there comes a time that we start to take account of our lives—reflect on our childhood, actions, attitudes, relationships, careers, family, etc. These reflections provide us with reasons of who we are, why we do what we do, and most importantly—why we feel what we feel.

Repeat after me…
In moments of reflection comes an opportunity for change.

In moments of reflection comes an opportunity for change.

In moments of reflection comes an opportunity for change.

As I continue to unfold the FYCmethod—the third pillar—Think Well–plays the ultimate role in this transition of living healthy and being happy. I will teach you ways to reflect, techniques to relax and de-stress, and most importantly—have you commit to living the life you have always wanted to live.

If you made this far, be sure to click on the video above to check out the video to learn 6 simple ways to retrain your brain to take action.

Remember it’s not easy, but it is simple. Especially when we do it together.

Cheers with Water,

Coach Adam Cobb

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