Bite Sized Habit Newsflash: some new habit tips
"You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step"
Martin Luther King Jnr
Here are a few fresh ideas for how you could making lasting change to your habits.
Something to read
This is one of the BEST evidence-based resources I've seen on how to create goals and habits and to make yourself accountable to them.
Something to watch
I absolutely loved this talk on happiness and success by the wonderfully vulnerable Shawn Anchor where he explores the relationship between human potential, success and wellbeing.
Bite Sized Habit - Land your habit in the real world
Habits are formed through context dependent repetition. In other words, if you do something at the same time in the same context (time of day/place) each day, it can become a habit. The ‘context’ can be any cue, for example, an event (‘when I get to work’) or a time of day (‘after breakfast’). Over 100 studies have supported that people who explicitly state when and where their new behaviours are going to happen are much more likely to stick to their goals. You can do this today by specifying when and where you are going to perform your habit this week. It makes it up to 90% more likely that you will carry it out!
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