When we transition to a plant-based diet, learning what to eat is the easy part. Changing our habits, behaviors, and preferences is the hard part.
Should we make tiny, incremental changes, or a great big shift all at once?
How should we go about shopping, meal planning and preparation, and kitchen management in this strange, new world?
Should we be focusing on how delicious plant-based food is, and how our fear of deprivation was unfounded?
How can we motivate ourselves to stick to the program in the face of temptation and social pressure?
Tonight's guest, Howard Jacobson, PhD, has been coaching and consulting for 16 years. He's tried it all, and has recently arrived at some unexpected and counter-intuitive answers to the above questions.
While he'll address all of them, Dr Jacobson will focus on the last question - the strategic use of motivation - as the framework for the entire discussion.
Come and discover a powerful way to transform your thinking, your diet, and your plant-based advocacy.
Check out Howard Jacobson's informative article: "Is Your Doctor’s Medical Degree Better Than Your Google Search?"