Get Back on Track –
If you’re like me, you have any number of abandoned plans strewn behind you. Plans that might include such laudable goals as getting fit. Or eating healthily. Or finishing that DIY project. Or learning a language. Or whatever it might be. It can be disheartening to look back and see how many schemes you started – and didn’t finish. But what is the trick to getting a plan back on track? Is it just a matter of will power?
The best laid plans can go off track
Going ‘off track’ always seems to happen in the same way. Things generally start off fine. You get this good idea, you decide to put it into action, you make a plan and – full of enthusiasm – you get going. At first, things go well. You get a lot of satisfaction out of the progress you make. You even start looking forward to the celebration you will have when you reach your goal. Then something takes your plan off track.
Small things can derail a plan
And what is that ‘something’? Disconcertingly, it can be something very small. We’re not talking major obstacles here. It can be something as small as waking up with a sore throat and ‘just not feeling like it’. It can be something as small as a throwaway negative remark from another person – perhaps not even an intentional one. It can be something as small as a little spirit of rebellion which shouts ‘Won’t!’
So you don’t.
What happens when you’re ‘off the rails’
And then, once you are off track, it’s as if your plan or scheme turns into some kind of bogeyman. Huge and threatening and impossible to overpower. It suddenly seems as if pursuing that particular plan will require such a vast amount of energy and time, there is almost no way you can justify it. After all, you have a life to lead. You have other things demanding your attention. So you let it lie.
Repeating patterns make it harder to get back on track
A bit further down the line, you might be troubled by some regrets. ‘Why didn’t I…?’ ‘What would life be like if I had…?’ You might even enthusiastically take up a totally new plan in order to quash those feelings – only to find the same pattern repeating itself. After a while you might conclude that you’re not much good at accomplishing things and beat yourself up in secret over it.
Powerful ways to get your plans back on track
At this stage, it can be tempting to just throw in the towel and give up making plans. But there is a way to get yourself back on track. If you’re prepared to learn a new way to make plans, that is. If you’ve always gone about making plans in the same way, the thought of adopting a new approach can seem daunting. But if you make use of powerful learning tools like hypnosis, you can instigate change almost effortlessly.
Using hypnosis to help you plan more effectively
Get back on track is an audio hypnosis session which will both give you a new way of understanding and modifying your own plan making process to make it more effective and instil a whole new set of behavior patterns.
Get back on track works by taking you into an optimum learning state – that is, a mental state in which it is easy for you to make beneficial changes in your own life patterns. Get back on track will not tell you what to do. Instead it will help you create a new paradigm for deciding what to do for yourself.
Regular listening to Get back on track will help you embed effective planning processes so deeply that you will wonder how you ever did it any other way.
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