SNR #127: Sarah Doyle – Behaviour Change, Body Image Psychology & Investing in the Process

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SNR #127: Sarah Doyle – Behaviour Change, Body Image Psychology & Investing in the Process

Episode 127: Sarah Doyle of The Better Life Project discusses the how to develop habits, create change, set goals, and cultivate a healthy relationship with food in ourselves and others. 
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Guest Bio

Sarah Doyle

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Sarah is the founder of The Better Life Project.  The BLP is a movement dedicated to helping people live happier, healthier and more positive lives. A movement dedicated to teaching them tools that they can use in every day life to help stay happy. It is based on the belief that exercise, good food and a commitment to your personal growth means that we can achieve anything we set our minds to.

 In this episode we discuss:

  • Making changes
  • Using compelling visions to drive action, even when motivation is low
  • Happiness myths
  • Research-backed strategies for increasing happiness

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The Better Life Project

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