In today’s episode I explain why willpower isn’t the answer to changing your relationship with alcohol. Or to change any habit for that matter. I wanted to address this nice and early in my podcast series because it’s one of THE most popular subjects I cover with my clients.

When clients first start working with me they often say: “I just don’t have enough willpower to make the change. I can go for a length of time without alcohol before my willpower gives out and I’m right back to drinking again.” They see willpower as the problem. They think that if they could just get some more of it they’ll achieve their goals to drink less. As though willpower is the secret to success. If this sounds like you, don’t worry. You’re not alone.

It doesn’t matter how much willpower you have or even believe you have. Because although it’s terrifically useful in the short-term, I’ll show why willpower isn’t the answer to changing your relationship with alcohol if you want permanent results.

In this episode, I explain how willpower works, why I don’t recommend you rely on it and what to use instead for long-term success. You are not going to want to miss this.

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