Building Better Habits – small changes lead to big outcomes!
When it comes to changing habits, many people begin the process by focusing on what they want - losing weight, running a marathon, writing a book - or in other words, the desired outcome. However, if we want lasting change then we need an inside out approach. We must focus first on who we want to become, meaning changing our identity - our beliefs, worldview, self-image, and others.
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One of the most common questions people ask is, “How long does it take to build a new habit?” But what people really should be asking is, “How many repetitions does it take to form a new habit?” Your current habits have been internalized over the course of hundreds, if not thousands of repetitions (repetition is the mother of skill!). New habits require the same level of frequency. You need to string together enough successful attempts until the behavior is firmly embedded in your mind and becomes an automatic pattern of action.
Key topics include:
- Behind every system of actions are a system of beliefs
- Frequency, not time, is the key to forming healthy habits
- Your environment is the invisible player that shapes your behavior
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