Many people when they come to me are afraid that they will fail and start smoking again. A lot of this is due to the fact that they do not have a goal of what their life will be like when they quit smoking. Instead of developing and focusing on their goal they spend their time looking over their shoulder at things that happened in the past. If you drive down the road and continiously look in the rear view mirrow you will have an accident. That is the same thing that you are doing when you keep looking over your shoulder at the past. Before quitting smoking develop a clear picture of what your life will be when you quit, then write it down and read it every day. If you do not write it down all you have is a dream. When you have a clear focused goal you will find that quitting smoking will be so much easier.

About Steve Gardiner

Stephen Gardiner originates from Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe) then working around the globe before finally settling in Brisbane Australia. As a scientist, Steve always had an interest in human development, especially Mind Plastisicity and how we cope with stress, anxiety and addictive behaviours. Over the past 15 years Steve has assisted many clients to transform their lives by resolving the obstacles holding them back.

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