Energy is usually at its peak during the first part of your day, which means you should be completing habits that inspire or excite you about the day ahead. S. J. Scott
Start with Small Adjustments.
Don’t stop doing one habit, start doing another.
Make your goal creating emotions you want.
Use willpower as starter motor to engage emotions as main engine.
Once you make the Decision, Commit to it.
Identify All Your Triggers and Obstacles.
Take Time to think about what is holding you back.
Start with awareness of current situation.
Use environment, belief, and behavior.
Create a Plan to Succeed with Failure in Mind.
Get Support from your friends and family.
Celebrate Your Small Wins.
Work on your Environment.
Focus on Building a Routine.
Notice what you’re doing, like if you’re using willpower to do something you don’t like.
Make a Journal to List your Wins and Mistakes.
Have more Clarity.
Replace Self-Judgment with Self-Compassion.
Give Yourself Some Time.
Focus on One Good Habit at a Time.
Practice discipline all the time.
Find role models.
Create accountability, ideally public.
Create reward intrinsic to the habit, not external, and attach it to habit.
Habits aren’t logical don’t expect reason to help.
On success, build more because it’s a skill, or set of skills.
If you miss one day you can miss two, if you miss two it’s all over.
Commit to Thirty Days.
Replace Lost Needs.
Run it as an Experiment.
Replacing just a few key negative habits with a few positive habits can easily be the difference difference between being mostly unhappy and being happy almost all of the time. Tynan.
Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going. Jim Rohn