Performance Psychology


The Dynamics of Human Change: 101 

How to make change in 2017: 

A college level class on change and personal growth that will help you with your 2017 New Year’s Resolutions

Are you really serious about getting in shape and improving your health? 

And tired of making the same New Year’s resolutions year after year?   

You are not alone – every year about 70% of those who make New Year’s Resolutions fail to make the important changes that they want to make. 

The reason for this is that creating changes in our lives is truly difficult and we now know that to be successful we must:

  1. fully understand change and our resistance to change – and then
  2. grow the mental strength necessary to initiate and sustain new behaviors.

The course is 5 hours of video and action steps to help you over come your resistance to change.




Q: How do I become an expert on change and resistance to change? 

A:  You will become an expert on human change by completing this college level training with neuroscience-trained,  Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Steve Curtis.

During 5 life-changing hours of video this nationally known Sports and Performance specialist and college teacher will introduce you to how your brain and your life history can limit your capacity to change and grow.  

You will be introduced to how the brain directs human decision making and learn how the power of stress and self-judgment work together to cause our very natural and predictable ‘resistance to change’ – those forces inside of us that limit our ability to create the new habits necessary for more success, happiness, and higher life quality.     

Q: How do I grow my mental strength for making change? 

A:  After you understand how we all resist change, the class will then introduce you to proven mental strength training strategies that have helped thousands of Dr. Curtis’ clients and students grow the mental and emotional strength necessary for initiating and sustaining the difficult new behaviors necessary for creating real change and personal growth.

Sue, a 34 year old teacher – after losing 85 pounds in six months and returning to teaching:

“I had tried everything, and Dr. Curtis’ program was the first one that ever helped me.  It made sense and I knew that I was going to reach my goals of first losing weight and then getting back to doing what I want to do in my life.  I know that I will never go back.

I really love leaving the weight behind, feel energized, and working with these kids!”

Cara, a 44 year old, accountant after losing 70 pounds in nine months and starting a new company:

“I did not realize how unhappy I was.  The Performance Psychology training with Dr. Curtis allowed me to understand how my brain and habits were both stuck – and what I could do to make my life better.  I really love my new career and feel like a new person – I look forward to every day and feel like I have rejoined the world.

Now I look back and can’t believe that I was so unhappy for so many years!”

William, a 58 year old manager, after losing 40 pounds in 5 months and saving his marriage:

 “This was the best investment of five hours I have ever made. I now understand myself, my family members, and coworkers so much better.  And I feel in control of my life.  Stress and food had taken over, but now I am capable of, literally, doing anything I decide to do.  I feel like I am free to make my life quality much better.

This training was worth every penny and I would recommend it to anyone.  I wish I had done this many years ago.”

So, if you are truly serious about making the changes in your life that will allow you to be healthier and happier, invest the five hours – learn about your brain and how and why you resist change – and then start growing the mental strength to start taking control of your choices and your life quality.

Dr. Curtis has worked on creating change and improved life quality with clients from all walks of life.  He has taught these ideas and strategies for living more successfully to thousands of wellness clients, students, athletes, musicians, and businesspersons.   Dr. Curtis says:

“I am always pleased to share this important knowledge about resistance to change.  I find that once people understand how and why they are stuck, positive changes in their lives are almost unavoidable.  I am then gratified to see them move past old, damaging patterns and create and sustain the new behaviors necessary for real success and happiness.  

I believe that my work is ultimately about helping individuals create pride in themselves – and truly grow their life quality. 

As far as I know, we only get one chance at living this life.  

My advice? 

Create the mental strength to allow ongoing change and growth – and life quality will always be good!



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