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If there was a common behavioral flaw that literally everyone makes, wouldn’t you want to know what it is? And if that mistake could actually prevent you from implementing behavioral changes and improvements that you want to make in your life, wouldn’t you really want to know how to avoid it?
Well, in this episode, you’re going to learn exactly what that mistake is and what you should do instead so that you can make any changes or improvements that you want in your life.
This week’s podcast episode is a shorter solo episode, because I want to talk a little bit about a common behavioral mistake that people make whenever they are trying to improve how they show up in the workplace, in their job and their career, and really everywhere in their life.
As I already mentioned, this problem all too common and really plagues us whenever we have an undesirable trait or behavior or actions that we are taking, and we want to make an improvement and a change. We want things to be different.
The real problem is that we frame this behavioral change that we want to make in entirely the wrong way, which prevents or inhibits us in many cases from making the change that we actually want to make.
Often times, we also project this mistake and this problem onto other people whenever we would like their behaviors to be different, as well.
So what is this behavioral mistake I’m talking about? Well, in this episode, you’re going to immediate recognize just how common this is for all of us, as it’s something that literally everyone does at one time or another. However, it will be your ability to to identify and recognize when you’re doing this — and to be able to shift and reframe how you perceive your behavioral change — that’s really going to make a difference for you.