I've personally installed over 100 positive habits and still going.
I'm on a mission to help others install one million positive habits.
Setting an example for those who matter most: My friends & family.
HI ... I'M RON
- Habits Coach.
- Anxiety Dragon Tamer.
- Mindfulness Practitioner.
- Lover of Wisdom.
- Technology Nerd.
- Certified Professional Coach.
- Certified NLP Trainer.
- Certified Heroic Coach (Class V).
- Personally installed over 100+ mindful habits.
- Creator of The Habit Lab (habit tracker).
- Creator of the Anxiety Transformation Method.
I was at an extremely low point when I started my habits journey.
I suffered from panic attacks, extreme anxiety and a classic case of imposter syndrome.
On top of this, my physical health was a mess, and I was doing unfulfilling work and struggling in my relationships.
And now, a few years later, I’m in the best shape of my life. I’ve transformed my anxiety into calm confidence, I’m doing work I love, and my relationships are thriving.
All of this started with just one habit.
I added another, and then another, until I installed over 100 habits before I knew it.
Along the way, I’ve learned a thing or two about what it takes to change your life for the better.
And now, I’ve made it my personal mission to help others make similar positive changes in their lives.
Before starting my habits journey, I thought I was doing everything I was supposed to do.
I was focused on self-improvement, reading all the books, and setting SMART goals, and I upped my productivity to accomplish even more.
Yet, despite this, I was still feeling miserable.
It turns out that I was missing a critical point.
I was trying to eliminate anxiety instead of trying to tame it.
It’s a subtle point, but it makes a huge difference.
I used to believe that to be successful (whatever that means), you needed to suck it up, push through your fears and conquer your anxiety.
Well, here’s the secret, the harder you push against your anxiety, the harder it pushes back!
Anxiety doesn’t mean you are broken or weak.
Anxiety is a signal from within screaming at you that something is wrong.
Anxiety is your internal compass trying to tell you that you need to make a change in your life.
You can’t eliminate, conquer, remove or control anxiety.
Because to conquer anxiety means to damage a part of you!
So instead of trying to eliminate or conquer your anxiety, you want to transform it.
Because once you start listening to your anxiety, you realize it has much to say.
Once I opened up to my anxiety and started to listen, I realized that what was causing my anxiety was me!
As I dug deeper, I realized that I had unintentionally programmed myself with thousands of coping habits that were damaging my health, hurting my relationships and compromising my values.
My anxiety was trying to tell me to take care of my body, set healthy boundaries, and make better choices.
So instead of trying to conquer my anxiety, I focused on befriending it.
Once I made this shift, my anxiety transformed into the energy and dive fuelling my 100+ habit journey.
It became easy to install mindful habits that nurtured my brain/body and to stop the mindless habits that were taking me down the wrong path.
Now my anxiety has transformed into a sense of heroic confidence.
Sure, there are still times when the dragon of anxiety raises its ugly head.
But instead of fighting it, resisting it, or ignoring it.
I turn toward it, embrace it, and welcome it.
Because anxiety is intuition in disguise.
P.S. I started the mindful habits community to help others transform their anxiety into heroic confidence.
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