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ENCORE SHOW: What Rats Can Teach Us About Making New Year’s Resolutions That Stick
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Every year, millions of people across the globe make New Year’s resolutions to improve their career, health, fitness, weight loss or finances. Sadly, our resolutions fail not because we have no discipline but because humans are creatures of habit. Our brains are wired to maintain the status quo.

In addition, humans have the bad habit of repeating behaviors that don’t yield the results we want. If you consider the analogy of a rat trapped in a maze, each time the rat hits a dead-end, he backs up and goes another way. Humans keep banging their ends on the wall. If we all patterned ourselves after rats, and systematically backed up and tried a different path, we would be amazed at the transformation that would occur in our lives.

In this show, I focus on 8 proven steps for setting yourself free of habitual behavior patterns that keep you stuck and prevent you from achieving your resolutions.

We’ll be talking about resolutions in general--why they fail for most people and how to make them stick--and, then I’m going to show you how to create your very own relationship resolution so that this year you can crank your love life into high gear. And, of

course, don't forget to call in to discuss the show topic or get help wih any of your own relationship questions!
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Ask Dr. Love: Making New Year’s Resolutions That Stick

Every year, millions of people around the world make New Year's resolutions to improve their career, their health, their fitness, their weight... the list goes on and on. And those resolutions fail for most people. Dr. Love examines why, and why a common rat may have the right idea when it comes to making and keeping your latest resolution.
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