You Already Know What You Need to Do to Save Money or Lose Weight… But Have You Done it?
How much money have you saved over the past 6 months, even though you planned on saving and know you need to?
How many action steps have you taken towards improving your health, even though you planned on it and know you need to?
As it turns out, personal finance and health are often identical in their problems – we know what we should be doing… but we just aren’t doing it. Why!?
Interestingly enough, the Dutch did a large scale study on people who planned to save (and ended up saving), and then compared them to people who planned to save but didn’t.
The results shocked me – it’s almost identical to a discussion I might have with a person trying to lose weight.
The researchers concluded that relying on “willpower and discipline” were “failing” strategies. And that the people who really succeeded in saving money (aka losing weight) set up systems that bypassed willpower.
Check out today’s video where I’ll share with you exactly what the researchers did, what this all has to do with weight loss, and how you can apply it to your own efforts to improve your health.
Before you go…
Leave a comment below telling me what you can automate in your own health efforts.
What kind of systems can you set up that help you bypass willpower, and automatically help you make progress every month?
What is one habit in particular you’d like to change? Tell me below.
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