According to the American Psychological Association’s Stress in America Survey, a majority of people cite lack of “willpower” as the No. 1 reason for the inability to make the changes needed to achieve their desired outcomes in life. Who hasn’t chickened out on getting something they wanted or needed?
When you don’t do what you say, when you give up or just cave, this behavior is called Pulling the Chicken Switch. Pulling the Chicken Switch can be avoided. Sometimes we pull it knowingly, other times we trigger it subconsciously. To not Pull the Chicken Switch takes willpower. If you understand that willpower is a product of what you believe, while managing your physiological and psychological systems, you can fend off Pulling the Chicken Switch and get everything you want out of life.
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Meet Kit Allowitz
Author of Don't Pull the Chicken Switch
Creator of Don't Pull the Chicken Switch
Founder and CEO of Kit Allowitz LCC
I am fanatic about not Pulling the Chicken Switch in my own life and helping others do the same. When you don’t do what you say, when you give up or just cave, I call this behavior Pulling the Chicken Switch.
If there is one thing most everyone agrees on, it’s a higher level of follow-through would make a significant difference in the success and productivity for themselves and others. Many people cite lack of ‘willpower’ as the No. 1 reason for the inability to make the changes needed to achieve their desired outcomes.
As a sales executive and learning & development leader, I have worked for two decades with senior management, leaders, employees and individuals to tap into the unlimited willpower that awaits.
I have been recruited by multiple organizations to manage large teams where I used my ideas to effectively drive profitable results, including exceeding sales quotas, and achieving best business unit in the company status. I have also used my ideas to become a highly requested corporate trainer and keynote speaker. Personally, I use these methods as the key to the successful completion of a 100 mile ultra-marathon, numerous Ironman triathlon competitions, and 45 marathons.