How alcohol affected my work

How Stopping Drinking Alcohol Affected My Work

How alcohol affected my work

You must be the change you wish to see in the world Mahatma Gandhi

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How much is alcohol affecting your work and how will your work improve once you stop drinking for good? These are some of the questions I ask in this video. As an example, I take a look at how my work suffered, how long it took once I had eliminated booze for my work to improve, and how far I’ve come in the three years since I began this new clean journey.

There is no substitute for hard work Thomas A. Edison

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Onwards and Upwards!

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Kevin O'Hara

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13 Comments

  • Julie D.

    Reply Reply March 1, 2016

    Hi Kevin!
    Great video, thank you so much. Nutrition is super important. I got some good ideas about food. I’m great on vegetables, but trying to eat more fruit. The sugar replacement is important. Thanks again! Julie

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply March 4, 2016

      Especially with your cravings and later in the day. Willpower tends to decrease the more tired you get. You can top up on your willpower by getting some glucose into your system. For me the best form of glucose is either good quality carbs, like rice or beans, or fruit.

  • Mike Ryan

    Reply Reply March 2, 2016

    Hi Kevin,

    Very good video. Thank you for sending it out, its just what I needed. I’ve been struggling for the last few months. I’ve had a lot of financial concerns lately, driving me crazy, booze always seems like the easy way out.

    I’m going to start biking in the mornings. I’m an early person as well but need to commit to more exercise/time for my self.

    By the way, where is it that you film and walk, its looks awesome!

    Thanks again,

    Mike Ryan Florida/USA

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply March 4, 2016

      Hi Mike,
      It’s filmed just outside Guardamar, Alicante, Spain.
      Kev

  • Tai- chi Billy

    Reply Reply March 4, 2016

    Wonderful video Kevin… Relearned a lot about the addictive part of alcohol, made me smile and feel less alone on this journey we’re on
    Please keep doing what you’re doing …I’m sure this is helping many people on the planet.

    Tai Chi Billy from Canada

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply March 6, 2016

      Thanks Billy

  • Agnes Grey

    Reply Reply March 6, 2016

    I agree, great video. I’ve read somewhere that trying to do well in life is like trying to drive with the handbrake on; I’ve learned the truth of this as my work has been bearing the brunt of my alcohol problem for quite some time.
    Your website is a lifesaver, Kevin – I’ve lost so much hope as a result of my drinking and many failed attempts to stop, but these videos are making me believe in the possibility of change again.

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply March 10, 2016

      Yes, trying to succeed while taking any drug is like trying to drive with the handbrake on. It’s the proverbial downward spiral. Thanks for the comment, Agnes

  • Lisa

    Reply Reply March 29, 2016

    Great video Kevin! Just what I needed to hear. Working on what my “new lifestyle” will be 🙂 Thank you for what you do here!

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply March 30, 2016

      🙂

  • victor r

    Reply Reply April 29, 2016

    Thanks for the video Kevin, it was just what I needed to here again, Had a bad craving after work, Had car keys in hand, Decided to watch a vid before leaving and now I’m staying Home. Day 16 and I feel great. Thank you

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply April 30, 2016

      That’s what it takes, Victor… you did the right thing. It gets easier and easier.

  • Patrick

    Reply Reply May 14, 2016

    The hangover takes precedence because it gives us a purpose for the day. It takes away all the other crap in our lives and let’s us just focus on getting better. Once we feel better and face the problems, it’s time to drink again. Thank god I’m not doing that anymore.

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