Habits can be anything from bad to good ones, from productive to demoralizing, from healthy to unhealthy.
They can also be big or small, part of a group of habits or all by themselves.
They can seem as complicated as the way you are in relationships to as seemingly simple like how you take care of your things.
One thing is clear, even if you just change one habit, what you do is extraordinary. You create a domino effect that effects lots. In other words, the way you do one thing you do others. So once you get a productive habit in place, it sticks and it effects often more than you realize. This is great for good habits and not so great for bad habits.
So how do you change a habit?
This is a good question because often we can actively try to do something new but it doesn't stick. It never felt like you owned it.
Then you may realize you are repeating the same bad habits in new situations instead of taking action in a productive helpful way. You get the same results, garner the same reactions, even if you change the people, place or situation. Bottom line, you aren't getting the outcomes you'd like.
So, I've gathered a lot of information about habits and I want to share some quick and easy snippets about how you can change a habit, in fact 60 of them.
What can you do with this? Just consider it and also consider joining the Weight Loss Jump-Start group to grow skills and motivation so you grow new, healthier habits that get results.
Here they are, 60 Truths About Habit Change. You must:
We did it, that was sixty truths about making habit change. What can you do right now?
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What is your favorite habit change truth?
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