Research shows that the chances of making any kind of significant change in our lives are just 9:1 - even if we're facing a life threatening disease. That's a lot of unrealised goals and broken dreams!
So why is it so hard to change?
Why do we fail time and time and time again to do the things we KNOW will make our lives better?
Well, here's the thing, the part of our brain that is responsible for achieving our dreams and goals is very much affected by the childhoods that we have. We need certain conditions in childhood to build a brain that can push through fear, self doubt and frustration - the main things that derail us on our paths to change.
But there is hope! our brains are always changing - and if you know what you need to do to build an effective brain, your chances of success are way better.
Check out the video below on How We Change - video # 3 in my 3-part video series
Breaking the Patterns from the Past.