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The difference between who you are and who you could be are the habits you choose

Want to eat healthy, get fit, read more, complain less, sleep better, feel calmer? 

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No matter what you want to achieve and no matter how many times you’ve tried, try this formula to succeed:

  1. Determine what you want to achieve and why.
  2. Write down what actions/steps you need to take to make it happen. Pick one action and break it down into the smallest possible habit you could start.  Make the new habit so small and easy that you couldn’t possibly fail (then build on it over time). 
  3. Decide where and when you’ll do this new habit, then pick a start date. If it is part of something you already do, you’re more likely to do it. 
  4. Get the environment right to help you achieve your goal. What routines and rituals do you currently have in place?  Do they support or sabotage your efforts to change? 
  5. Focus on the doing and be consistent.
  6. Don’t let one mistake derail you. If you get off track – get back on track ASAP.
  7. Continue to improve. Once you’ve embedded a habit and it has become part of your routine, build on it, make it a little harder so that bit by bit you inch closer to achieving the big goal.

If you’re keen to get started on building some positive new habits or make that change you’ve been wanting to make for years, check out our habit trackers.  They are a great way to track your progress, keep you accountable and help you reach your goals faster.

For the super driven peeps who want to deep dive into this topic – check out Atomic Habits by James Clear.  It is an easy read with loads of great tips on building good habits and breaking bad ones.

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