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Operation Self Reset Episode 37: Six Fingers to Your Reset

In this episode of the Operation Self Reset podcast, Jake is talking about how to create your own self reset for a better you.

When we think about about a self reset, often times we might think about changing who we are. We all have positive and negative things about ourselves. We all have things we want to change. But do we really need or want to become an entirely different person? What’s wrong with being who we really are?

Some people may look like they have the perfect life, but honestly, no one has everything together! They’ve just constructed the perfect image to show the world, but behind the mask they have cracks in their life just like everyone else. No one is perfect and no one expects you to be either.

As Jake tells us, you don’t need to completely change yourself when things are going wrong, you just need to press the reset button! But figuring out how to press that reset button can be confusing at times. How do you even begin that reset process? What small differences should you make in order to create a better you? In this episode, Jake gives us six tips to help us get started on our own self resets.

Featured Quote of the Day
“Shortcuts always cause problems.” - Sent in by Jenny S. of Dallas, TX.

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Here’s what Jake talked about in this episode:

• Being who you are
• Loving yourself
• Six key components to optimizing your self reset

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You are the only version of yourself that there will ever be. You don’t have to try to be someone you’re not, but you can become a better version of yourself. Press the reset button and start over when you need to!

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