Why Did I Do That?

Have you ever done something only to turn around after you did it and ask yourself, “Why did I do that?” An explanation is that you did it because of the lifelong programming you learned and stored in your mind’s autopilot system otherwise known as “cognitive maps”. Once something is stored in your autopilot system, it often becomes a “habit”.

A habit is an acquired behavior mode that has become partially or completely involuntary. This is why you may sometimes find you questioning yourself. You may have done it “involuntarily” without even being aware or thinking about it.

How many of these involuntary habits are taking place in your life now? If they are good habits, you probably welcome them. But bad habits can limit you, make your life uncomfortable and even have negative consequences for you!

Habits, both good and bad, are learned. So, what habits are you experiencing in your life that are limiting you, holding you back, keeping you from being all you can be or causing you pain, suffering or grief in your personal, family or professional life? What habits would you want to change if you could?

Contact us to schedule your complimentary consultation to learn more about how you can recognize the limiting habits and behaviors that you may have picked up and are now involuntarily acting upon. You can also learn how you can set yourself free by changing or replacing those bad habits with good positive habits and behaviors that help you enjoy more of your life.