Why you only need to make one resolution this New Year to achieve lasting change

Why you only need to make one resolution this New Year to achieve lasting change 150 150 Jane Evans
Are you a new year’s resolutions devotee or a ‘new year – new you’ rebel?

Either way, you probably want to make some changes to your life or your business and achieve some new goals in 2019.

And, if you scroll through your social media accounts right now, they’re jam-packed with New Year’s resolutions and reminders. It’s time to review your year. Have you set your goals for 2019 yet?

Much of this is marketing hype designed to sell you something. Maybe it’s a shiny new planner, a fast-track diet, a gym membership, or that must-have, best-selling transformational book, exercise DVD or online programme.

They all “guarantee” to make 2019 your best year ever!

But whether you welcome resolutions or reject them, you’ve probably made some sort of plan to bring about positive changes in your life. The problem is, deep down, you know you’ve been here before. In fact, some of the “changes” on this year’s wish list were on last year’s too. So, why do you keep repeating the same behaviour yet expect a different outcome?

How does new year, new you, make you feel?

If you’re a fan of resolutions, the New Year probably makes you feel a range of positive emotions:

  • Optimistic
  • Ready to commit
  • Purposeful
  • Excited by the new “must-have” planner, book etc.
  • Determined
  • Focused on new goals

If you’re a New Year rebel like me – you may still feel positive, but short-term goals are probably the last thing on your mind. I don’t make ANY resolutions or set goals. Instead, I focus on the lasting changes I want to make throughout the year – more on that shortly.

Am I just being negative about a new year and a new you?

Noooooooo, not at all! I love life, people, adventures, challenges and stretching myself pretty much every day. But I am not a fan of setting myself or anyone else up to feel they have failed. New Year’s resolutions and goals can definitely do this.

Most people make the same New Year’s resolutions EVERY year!

According to?a recent YouGov poll, the most popular New Year’s resolutions for 2018 were as follows:

  1. Eat better
  2. Exercise more
  3. Spend less money
  4. Self-care (i.e. get more?sleep)
  5. Read more books
  6. Learn a new skill
  7. Get a new job
  8. Make new friends
  9. Get a new hobby
  10. Focus more on appearance

Do they sound familiar?

Yet, all too frequently as January slips into February, the impact of the festivities is still evident on your waistline or your bank balance. You begin slowly falling back into familiar bad habits at work, in your business, or your relationships. And you find excuses not to stick to your eating, spending or exercise plans.

Have you ever really wondered why despite your planning, determination and clear commitment to resolutions, vision boards, goals, and all-round awesomeness – it often ends in self-sabotage.

Want the secret to creating REAL lasting change for 2019 and way beyond?

It all rests with your conscious rational, analytical, planning, critical mind and your subconscious beliefs, emotions, habits, values, intuitive, reactive mind. It turns out that we use our conscious mind to set our New Year’s resolutions and goals, which sounds good as rationally speaking we know that:

  • We will feel better if we eat healthily and exercise regularly
  • Our business, or career will grow if we are more focused, see tasks through and put our clients at the heart of it all.
  • Home life and our relationships will flourish if we fence of dedicated time to be fully with those we love.

Except your logical conscious mind only runs 5% of the time. Whilst your pre-programmed from birth emotional, habitual, reactive subconscious mind runs 95% of the time! Of course, if you have been subconsciously programmed in early life to love change, know your worth, have a positive relationship with money, to be excited by exercising and avoiding chips, bread, pizza, wine, chocolate etc. Then you will breeze into your New Year – new you, otherwise, carry on reading!

Are we trapped to a life of setting intentions that go down the drain?

Not at all! This year I discovered, and trained in, an amazing and truly innovative technique which is transforming my Clients’ lives and mine, at a subconscious level. Quantum Energy Coaching (QEC) is the culmination of years of work by Dr Melanie Salmon in the medical, therapeutic and trauma fields, which she has brilliantly combined with a range of applied cutting-edge scientific findings to create lasting change.

I place QEC at the core of my Life Change Coaching as it is simply too transformative not to share. Using QEC, it is possible to identify and replace negative beliefs, emotions and responses in the 95% dominant subconscious mind, for good. Within the QEC process you create new lasting, positive beliefs that support and serve your health, development, relationships, career, business and fulfilment so you live the life you really want sooner rather than later…or never.

My Clients are seeing great results in how they value themselves and their businesses which means, they are able to set their fees and stick to them. Choose their direction and fully focus on it. Believe in their expertise and ability to deliver, rather than falling prey to self-sabotage. They are also benefiting from improvements in their relationships, health, self-confidence and anxiety levels.

The future is looking much brighter for my Clients, and it could for you too. In a Life Change session, you decide what you want to be free from, and what you want to have as lasting changes. Using the QEC technique we then install these in your subconscious mind for good.

Ready to for one New Year resolution rather than never-ending ones?

Make your ONE resolution to book a free 15 minute Life Change Consultation now to explore what QEC and Life Change Coaching can bring to your future.

E: janeevans61@hotmail.co.uk

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Jane Evans

Jane is a ‘learn the hard way’ person. She has learnt from her personal experiences and her direct work with people who have often been in really bad places emotionally, relationally, practically and sometimes professionally.

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