You've probably gotten started on tasks or missions that sounded good at first only to quickly run into the frustration that "No" it is indeed not the action or habit you can or want to stick to.
So you stop. And you may try something new, but for most people it ends here.
It may be a big, life-altering new action that you turned away from like those that, with continuation could lead to weight loss, a health turn-around, or a good social life boost or it might be little actions you thought would be healthy only to find that they now feel tedious.
One might say that you fell out of discipline. Or as a pattern, you aren't disciplined. But I would never say that because I know there's a lot working against a person in trying to make any self-motivated habit change.
In fact, most of us never consciously choose our next directions but rather we fall into new patterns based on what others are doing around us and the circumstances that befall us.
In the Habit Change LAB, we work through that internal resistance you feel so you get out of your own way and start making big strides in new habits in 90 days or less.
The thing is, you always keep your dreams and desires, they never really go away. You may stuff them down or make excuses of why you can't get them - like you're too young, too old, too far beyond it, too this, too that - but those are just that, excuses. Your dreams and desires are still your compasses. They still means something for you.
There's a beautiful balance that is involved when a person both A) Has a desire or the big picture in mind of what they want and B) Takes the little actions necessary to achieve that big picture.
The big picture works when paired with the little actions...
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