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@habitsguy How to Form One Habit at a Time
It’s hard to develop new habits.
We are so used to doing the same thing over and over again…
We are so used to doing the same thing over and over again… - it often seems impossible to make a permanent change.
There is a major a reason why most people fail with habit development:
There is a major a reason why most people fail with habit development: It’s impossible to change multiple habits at the same time.
Changing your routine requires a lot of mental strength and commitment.
The simpler solution is to focus on forming one habit at a time.
Here's a 6-step process for getting started:
1 Identify what you want to change.
You don’t know what to change unless you put your finger on it.
2 Know why you’re doing it.
Knowing your “why” helps motivate you to follow through the habit.
3 Identify the bad habit & make a substitute for it.
If you don’t find a substitute for the bad habit, it’s easy to go right back to it after you’ve started to change it for a short time.
4 Stack up your chances for the small wins.
Set up your environment in a way that makes it difficult for you to go back to your bad habits.
5 Start the process of changing the habit.
Create a daily metric for tracking this change and start the habit immediately!
6 Give yourself a reward afterwards.
Just make sure your reward doesn’t contradict with the habit your building!
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