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Melody Wilding
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My coaching business is driven by people who aren’t totally sure how to change — and how to make transformations stick in the long run.

One client, who I’ll call Chloe, compared this feeling of inertia to the classic movie Groundhog Day. “Every day feel like a cycle on repeat,” she said, “the exact same problems crop up, just on different days. I start out the morning with the best intentions, yet I always end up feeling the same way — stressed, out of control–every evening. I make a pact with myself to try and do better tomorrow. But it’s always the same story.”

Chloe’s inability to change wasn’t due to a lack of intelligence. She was an Ivy League graduate and the head of engineering at a fast-growing startup. Objectively, she knew what steps she needed to take to her improve her situation at work. But despite her smarts, she struggled to take action.

When I encounter a “stuck” client like Chloe, I help them understand that change is a process—not an overnight transformation. Once you understand the steps in that process, where you’re currently at, and how to move on, you can make progress on that change.

https://betterhumans.coach.me/the-ultimate-model-for-successful-and-long-lasting-behavior-change-221e678c642b
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Mindfulness is more than meditation and staying in the present -- and can make you more successful. https://www.inc.com/melody-wilding/5-habits-of-highly-mindful-people.html
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