Mel Schwartz, LCSW

#012: Why We Struggle With Change

How we view personal change and what we believe about the change process will inform the story of our life. In this episode of The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz, we learn that our beliefs about change are misinformed and actually get in the way of our growth. Mel explains that the belief “it’s hard to change” often becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

It appears that reality is in a perpetual state of flow, a virtual reality-making process. We, too, can ride the waves of change once we learn to embrace uncertainty and shift our operating beliefs.

In this solo episode, Mel shares techniques for self-actualization he’s developed through his therapy practice and illuminated in his book The Possibility Principle, and talks about the remarkable change process that several of his clients have undergone and how they embarked on and accomplished their breakthroughs.

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