Change Your Life in 21 Days

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Change Your Life in 21 Days

Maxwell Maltz was a plastic surgeon in the 1950s when he began noticing a strange pattern among his patients. When Dr. Maltz would perform an operation — like a nose job, for example — he found that it would take the patient about 21 days to get used to seeing their new face. Similarly, when a patient had an arm or a leg amputated, Maxwell Maltz noticed that the patient would sense a phantom limb for about 21 days before adjusting to the new situation. These experiences prompted Maltz to think about his own adjustment period to changes and new behaviors, and he noticed that it also took himself about 21 days to form a new habit. Maltz wrote about these experiences and said, “These, and many other commonly observed phenomena tend to show that it requires a minimum of about 21 days for an old mental image to dissolve and a new one to jell.”

As such, habits are a process, not an event. Join us and discover a proactive step-by-step process for how to change your life in 21 days.

Although it might take someone 21 days to create a change, check out some of our amazing residents below and see what an hour of Empowerment can do!

Our residents often walk into our classrooms anticipating something that reminds them of school.

It conjures up feelings of not being good enough, not being smart enough, or not being successful enough.

As the images on the left were taken upon arrival, you can see the residents don't initially want to participate.

It only takes a few minutes into the material for the residents to realize we are going to show them something different.

We show them what empowerment looks like and the steps they can take towards a better life.

As you can see, these amazing residents are off to a great start. After about an hour they have a new course of action, a positive attitude, and a plan to take the next step.

Although it looks like we inspire them, they are the ones who inspire us!

At the end of the day, how long it takes to form a particular habit doesn't really matter that much. Whether it takes 21 days or 200 days, you have to put in the work either way.

The only way to get to Day 200 is to start with Day 1.
So forget about the number and focus on doing the work...

 

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