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Surely one of the most frustrating things about a situation that does not work out as you planned is when you realize you’re RE-learning a lesson you thought you’d learnt!
Whether it’s a lesson as inconsequential as: “When I buy ALL the peanut M&M’s on special to save for later I instead eat ALL the peanut M&M’s now.” Or perhaps it’s a lesson that inflicts more long term pain? Like my long held and apparently still clung to unhelpful habit of being waaaay too black and white. I used to be a bit of a dichotomous queen.
I thought All or Nothing. Love or Hate was a good thing.
A few painful lessons taught me I was wrong. Although the fact that todays AND Not Or encore episode is on my mind and timely advice to myself proves I need to do a bit of frustrating RE-learning!
While we’re talking painful lessons (!) here’s a link to one of my fav blog posts not succinctly called Debilitating shyness, big butt serenades, gym floor humiliation and the biz from hell… 4 weight loss lessons.
These are 4 of my most valuable learnings. I’m grateful for them and I also welcome the opportunity to NOT experience all the embarrassing, painful and financially draining lessons first hand. Sometimes it’s a whole lot nicer to benefit from someone else’s experience right?
With that in mind, if you can relate to an all OR nothing habit that is holding you back then todays show is for you!
Lets power onwards with,
AND Not Or:
Here are the show notes for the original 203 episode: Wednesday Weigh-in: And Not Or
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