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Why do you want to be free?

In 2009, Simon Sinek gave a TED talk that became the third most watched talk, with over 55 million views. His topic? The importance of starting with "why?"

Have you ever asked this powerful question in relation to your pursuit of freedom? Why? Why do you want to be free from porn? Have you ever taken the time to answer this question? I'm inviting you to take two minutes right now and imagine. Think about it. Imagine if, from this day forward, you were no longer controlled by the urge to watch porn. While you still feel the desire to watch porn from time to time, you don't fear those moments because you know exactly how to handle them when they arise. So, what would be different in your life if this were your new reality? What would be better? Maybe you're so ready to live life without the guilt this struggle brings, without the shame, free of the constant fear of being found out. Maybe you have an exciting, engaging project you would love to work on, but porn just keeps getting in the way. Maybe you're just sick and tired of feeling like you're hiding, like you're living a double life. Why do you want to be free? What exciting possibilities are waiting for you on the other side? Maybe you've tried to stop with no lasting success and you're tired of getting your hopes up and failing again. Let me just say: freedom IS possible for you. True, lasting, exhilarating freedom is possible. You CAN be free. So, why do you want to be free? And, what steps are you taking towards that freedom? Are you on a path leading you there? If not, take the first step today. Decide today to start implementing the P.A.T.H. Plan. Take one minute at the start of your day and practice in advance. And if you have any questions along the way, simply reply to this email. I would love to hear from you. Remember, you're not alone. Far from it. -Dan

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