How Your Habits Can Help Shape You Into the Person You Want to Become with Donna Zajonc

ABOUT THE EPISODE We often think of habits as something that just “happens” to us. But the reality is that habits create our lives. They define who we are and play a huge role in our success. That’s why it’s so important to understand how habits work and how they can help to achieve goals. Habits direct our focus and determine the energy we use on a daily basis. The energy we spend is then used to fuel our behaviors and decisions. This often goes unnoticed because our behaviors and decisions feel automatic. But what if your habits could show you the way to being the person you want to be? This week we’re joined by Donna Zajonc. She is a master coach and educator. Donna has the ability to transform people’s lives. She can help them release the inner blocks that keep them stuck. In this episode, she’ll help us answer the question her new book poses: “Who do you want to be on the way to what you want?” What We Discuss with Donna: What is the Drama Triangle and how is it useful to people? What is The Empowerment Dynamic and how can one apply it for a more whole and healthy mindset? Why it is important to learn from reactive habits and what the myriad benefits of properly translating the lessons learned from observing them are What learning to be a coach has taught her about herself and how that transformed her own life first, and then the lives of her clients Why the titular question of the book is key to a personal development journey How coaching should always be used to augment psychology and psychiatry rather than replace them How judgments can offer direct insights into the spaces within the mind that need healing Like this show? Please leave us a review here – even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!


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