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Why You KNOW What You Should be Doing to Get Healthy… But Just Aren’t Doing It

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Do you know EXACTLY what you should be doing to lose weight, get healthy, or fix back pain, but you just aren’t doing it?

I’ve surveyed thousands and thousands of you, and guess what I’ve found?

60%+ of you know what you should be doing.

You know what you should be doing to lose weight.

You have an idea of what to try for fixing back pain.

You’ve heard some suggestions about boosting energy.

But you aren’t doing it.

So you don’t need more “what” – this is why I don’t give you 150 random, useless diet tips. You need to understand the psychology underlying your behaviors, and why you can’t change.

In today’s video I’m going to share a crazy study done at MIT that will help YOU take action on the things you know you should be doing to improve your health… but you just aren’t doing.

I’m also going to share the #1 thing you should be doing to get started NOW, as in, today.

Thoughts? Let Me Know Below

So what do you think?

What is that ONE thing you are going to use my “over commitment” strategy on?

What is one health habit you know you need to change, but you’ve been putting off for months or years?

What is one action you can take today to lock yourself into taking action?

Tell me below.



Original MIT study.

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5 comments… add one

  1. Great subject and nails my experience. It amazes me just how bad we will allow ourselves to become before we take on inconveniences of action to stop our march to pain.
    Thanks for hammering home the ways to sanity.

    1. Totally George! Sometimes you just need to set stakes – consequences – for not taking action. Whether that’s in our relationships, work, or health… it’s easy to become complacent, and we all do at one point or another.

  2. I don’t think this is as effective as one of your previous thoughts that external motivators don’t work as well as internal ones. If I am only motivated by.the financial loss, then once the contest our deadline is over, I revert to my old ways. You referred to this before as having a wedding day mentality. I think our motivations need to be internally generated….. noticing I can breathe easier, bend over easier, get up easier……

  3. I think this is a really good point and bang on. Thank you for the inspiration! Something I hadn’t considered! We can really use this certainly to keep motivated, feel that drive and mindfulness and once those habits start forming build from there.

    I’ll certainly use this to make myself find much needed me time to stretch, de -stress and energise myself ahead of the children in the mornings to prepare for an always busy, physically exhausting day. Thanks Alex.

    1. Let me know how it goes Nic :-).


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