I spent 10 years studying psychology so you don't have to.
The first workshop of this MeetUp group, "The Ultimate New Year's Resolution Workshop" is for anyone who is tired of making New Year's resolutions they can't stick to, and sick of the guilt and frustration of procrastination.
You may feel like you are drowning in your 'things to do list' and there aren't enough hours in the day. You may be struggling to eliminate unhealthy habits, as well as struggling with creating healthier habits.
You may be tired of finding that the plethora of information available on changing habits and beating procrastination just isn't helping. Unfortunately there is a lot of frustrating (and guilt-inducing!) mis-information & partial truths on making and breaking habits - including procrastination.
However, drawing on neuroscience, clinical and behavioral psychology, this workshop will provide you with both the psychological science behind habit modification AND the tools to make and break habits, including procrastination, more easily.
I developed & used these tools to go from demoralised university dropout, to First Class Honors and a Ph.D. (it helps majoring in psychology), & I've been using them to help others ever since.
You don't need fallible willpower when you understand how to apply simple, easy to use, clinical & behavior psychological tools.
"Within a few minutes of talking with Rebecca, my puzzling, frustrating behaviors started to make much more sense to me. She provided me with enlightening information as well as with the tools to apply the information to my life, and with her help I've made some great changes. One of which I know many people struggle with... exercising. This had been a struggle of mine for years, but within a month of working with Rebecca I now exercise one hour a day, at least five days a week.. and I absolutely love it. This has impacted the quality of my life in ways I can't put into words. I've also become more efficient overall - in time management and work productivity. And Rebecca did this all while making the process of learning enjoyable, personalized, and funny". SABRINA GREGORIAN, WRITER, LOS ANGELES
Keep an eye on the Habit Masters discussion board where I will be responding to members' queries about the fastest ways to make and break healthy & unhealthy habits. You will see how the psychological tools used to break the procrastination habit are equally applicable to other common 'New Year's resolution-esque' lifestyle habits, such as exercising and healthy eating.