Let's face it we all have habits.
Brush our teeth twice a day
Wash our hands before we eat
Clean up a messy room
Eat healthy foods
Get to work on time
Get plenty of sleep
Habits that Hold us Back:
Feeling rushed and anxious
Snapping at people at home or at work
Binge eating when you have a tough decision
Nervous when entering a meeting
Going along with others when you know it's risky
“Change is Hard”.....that's a myth!
Sure, some changes like overcoming addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling, etc.) can be a real challenge and often require specialized help. Good news is most of the habits we either want to change or new ones we want to create can be designed using a simple easy to learn method.
What makes change hard is taking on a too large a challenge all at once.
We've all heard of someone who decided to lose 75-pounds all at once and failed
Wise advice: How do you eat an elephant.....One bite at a time!
Most people know the best way to accomplish something big is to approach it in smaller pieces.
In our example your chances of success improve if you plan to lose 1-pound at a time.
Whether you are a CEO of a global corporation, entrepreneur, customer facing worker at a services company, volunteer at a non-profit, teacher, plumber, electrician, postal worker, farmer, single parent, senior citizen or basically….. all of us!
You can design new habits and eliminate those you don't want.