What it takes to change a habit

Our focus for this month is all about habits; what they are and how to make sure you’re cultivating habits that help you get to where you want to be.

This months masterclass concentrates solely on what it takes to change a habit, because I know that, armed with this information, you’ll be more effective in making those changes – this is powerful stuff!

You can get my help at any time!  The best support will come from sharing in our Facebook community space and joining me on all the live calls.

In these calls you can ask me any questions that are relevant to you right now.  If you can’t make it, and you have a comment or question, make sure you let me know and I can cover it when I go live so you can hear my response in the replay.

Let’s make this a September to remember for all the right reasons!


I'm jumping straight in with a caveat here - this is not about being perfect all the time!

But, I know that if you work on this affirmation and call on it when you need it most, it will support you to change your behaviours, change your habits.

I call on this affirmation as one of my own coping strategies; when I’m about to take an action that I know isn’t aligned with me maintaining a healthy mindset, or any other habits such as changing the way you think about food, drink, exercise, or ANYTHING AT ALL!!

Imagine one of your healthy habits is to write your to-do list every day to help you nurture a habit which enables you to be organised.  You have started using a ‘list pad’ to help you and you’re finding its working.  This time, you grab a scrappy bit of paper and scribble stuff down instead of keeping everything contained in your list book, you lose the paper, get all wound up about it and then feel like you’ve lost the opportunity to feel organised.  Can you see how easy it can be to take helpful or unhelpful actions? 

Use this affirmation at that point of choice or decision – interrupt the thought process and notice what happens.


Mindset Mantra Audio only

No – it isn’t an oversight, I’ve included the mantras on this page too. Why?  Because I want you to keep practicing with them; use your own if you’d prefer and experiment with them in one of these ways:

  1. Pick your favourite phrase and repeat it 10 times over
  2. Speak your mantras to yourself in the mirror – out loud
  3. Write them, use repetition to help you focus on what’s most important right now

Fabulous, Focused and Fired Up

We’ll work through this together in the Masterclass and the video recording will be added here too

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