Telling A New Story Can Make Change Easy

We all have a story of our lives—a narrative we tell ourselves about who we are. Often the stories we tell limit our lives. But what would happen if you started telling yourself a new story? How can you make change easy? You might want to tell a new story.

In today’s episode, we’re sharing an excerpt from Bob Litwin’s audiobook, Live the Best Story of Your Life: A World Champion’s Guide to Lasting Change. Bob Litwin, a Wall Street performance coach and world champion tennis player, offers 33 personalized coaching sessions that will help you reach new levels of success in every area of your life. His groundbreaking technique of changing your story is a fast, easy and effective way to create lasting change.

 

What’s in this episode?

How many times have you heard people say that change is hard, or painful? In this excerpt, Bob addresses the common misconception that change is difficult. In fact, change is fun and surprisingly simple. Bob talks about how to make change easy by telling a new story to help you realize your own unique and powerful potential. Lasting, positive change is only a story away!

 

Bob Litwin has spent over four decades using the New Story method to coach thousands of top athletes, coaches, Wall Street hedge funds, traders, and analysts to raise individual performance to extraordinary levels. A world tennis champion, Litwin is a #1 world ranked senior player, 18-time US National Champion, and an inductee into the Tennis Eastern Hall of Fame. He lives in Boulder, Colorado with his wife, Jo Ann. Learn more at www.boblitwin.com.

What is your story? What is the Old Story you want to jettison and the New Story you want to live? Don’t know? This audiobook will help you findnd out. Let’s explore together.
Get ready to enjoy the ride. What do you have to lose?

Bob Litwin

Live the Best Story of Your Life

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