The amount of people I’ll see get SERIOUSLY pissed off when asked this question, and have their answer questioned is no joke 🙂
The reason I ask is because I want to ask you now, WHY?
Why do you prefer a certain one? For years I’ve been all about Costa, and then re-discovered Starbucks
There are even lil phrases that become associated with it
Starbucks is too expensive
Costa put too much foam in theirs
But at the end of the day, it’s a coffee shop, so why do some people so desperately defend it?
They don’t own it 🙂
I think it’s down to sunk cost of their own investment
Kinda like how when you’re looking for a new football team for your kid…
Whoever you ask ALWAYS recommends their one
Wanna know why?
By you choosing that one too, it also massages their ego a little bit and proves them right 🙂
they’re actually getting an ego boost from “being right”
Whether its football, gymnastics, Peppa Pig or whatever
Just try it, ask someone their favourite something, disagree, and then watch them lose their shit 😛 haha
Same with a lot of people’s diets they follow, they might even “know” it’s not working for them
Yet, they stay on the same track, and why?
Because they might’ve invested a lot into it:
What’s the best flavour of gin? Bet your best mate would either disagree or have a slightly different opinion
Happens with everything.
Problem is, when it ISN’T working
What do you do then?
This is why a LOT of people fail when it comes to getting their fitness and toning up sorted out
They cling onto these ideas that its meant to be hard, or endless cardio whilst being good and eating nothing but fruit, veg and rabbit food
But I cant make you think that can i?
So how DO you go about finding these old beliefs?
Best way to start, is question your assumptions:
If you want, reply to this article on contact, and I’ll give you a list of questions that will illicit some of the beliefs you might’ve been hiding for quite a while, without even knowing it