We want things, to do something, and be someone.  Wanting can motivate you to act but it can also make you feel stuck in trying to get what you want.

Tell me, do you give up altogether because it seems too hard? Or that you don’t have enough? You don’t have enough money, time, or skills.

Or perhaps you DO get what you want, but realise, once you have it, it’s not what you really wanted?  If you’ve ever felt like this, you’re thinking in the want gap.

The Want Gap is a book about:

The gap between what you have now and what you want to have.
The gap between what you’ve done in life and what you want to do.
The gap between who you are and who you want to be.

The want gap concept is based on two psychological theories.  One used in personal development books called the Self Discrepancy Theory.  The other, called the Elaboration Intrusion Theory, has been developed to help explain what is going on in our heads around desire or wanting. 

The want gap exercises use psychotherapeutic techniques to help facilitate getting what you want.  Neuroscience findings and studies are used within the book to back up the theories, thinking, and processes and are used to outline examples of how to develop productive thinking in the gap itself.

Want to dive into changing your thinking?  Start below and…

…click here for tools and techniques to change your thinking and get what you want.