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Having goals is simple,
achieving them is not.

The so-called attitude-behaviour gap, i.e. the gap between what we say we want to do and what we actually do, is a main subject of investigation in neuro-cognitive and behavioural sciences, as well as a common reason why people seek psychological support.

Go beyond
"automatic pilot" mode

The difficulty of implementing a desired behaviour is often related to its novelty and the need to counteract automatic habitual behaviour.

Wishing to change
and knowing how to do it  

Scientists seem to agree on the two-dimensional nature of behavioural change, which requires the alignment of a willingness to change with the ability (hard or soft skills) to do so. 

Accompanying change therefore involves raising awareness of the motivations linked to the will to change as well as implementing a behavioural regulation strategy to achieve the defined goal.

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