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Close Up Radio Spotlights Behavioral Change Expert Adele Spraggon

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Toronto, ON – Almost all of the personal and professional development on the market today concentrates on changing your actions. According to behavioral change expert Adele Spraggon, while this approach can be effective, it is limited.

Adele shows entrepreneurs and professionals on how to improve leadership and innovation through transformative decision-making. Adele uses a proprietary science-based methodology that helps her clients make better choices, and thereby change their beliefs, change their behaviors and take new and effective actions.

"Change one action at a time, one behavior at a time, one belief at a time," says Adele. "Too often, we believe the problem is external to ourselves. If it lives out there, then we don't have to confront where the problem really lies."

Prior to this work, Adele struggled for years with making bad decisions.

"I did a lot of personal and professional development, but I still found that I could not be successful," says Adele. "I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I quit  three businesses because of my poor decisions, leaving chaos behind me."

That's when Adele decided it was time to step into a new identity of love. Her work has since brought Adele all over the world, teaching clients across four continents how to make optimal choices that support a life of passion and purpose.

By working with our patterns, we can reach a place where we are confident to take risks, and even make mistakes without making it personal.

"There's such a peace of mind in being able to trust yourself," says Adele. "It's not just inner peace because it's inner peace in action, and I think that's the difference."

For more information, visit www.adelespraggon.com