Are You Living In Default Mode?

Welcome to a new day.  So much possibility for what the day holds.  But does each day end like all the others?  Does it feel like you are not making the progress you want to when it comes to your drinking?  Your goals are put off another day.  There’s always tomorrow.  How do you ensure tomorrow comes and you implement the change you so desire and want?  It starts with a new thought and setting up a process to make it happen.  You can’t replay the same thoughts (most of us recycle the same thoughts day in and day out).  That will get you more of the same results in your life.

Most people spend zero effort observing, questioning, or choosing what to think.  They let their brains run on default mode. Their thinking is unmanaged and not controlled.

Most people spend zero effort observing, questioning, or choosing what to think.

If your default brain is in control of your decisions with drinking, you will…

…..believe every excuse to drink

…..justify every drink you have

….say yes to your desire for each drink

If you want a different result in your life, you have to start with different thoughts.  Thoughts that allow you to get the result you want.  Then repeat.  And repeat.  Then a habit of NOT drinking is formed.  So fun.

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