How do I induce good habits that can change my life?

Step 1: plan

First of all you have to ask yourself what habits you want to develop.

For this, the most important thing is that you look at where you want to end up and reverse engineer it to the point where a habit appears.

What habit, if you did it daily, would get you where you want to be? What is your limiting resource right now? What would be the biggest change in your life?

Step 2: Really plan.

Now that you’ve got the habit, it’s time to really analyze and plan.

What most people forget is that they have to sacrifice something to implement a new habit.

Your life is in balance right now. Although it is not a good balance, it works and it works for a reason.

If you add something in the form of a new habit or remove something in the form of a negative habit, you may have to adjust to that.

What are you giving up when you add/remove this habit? What else affects that? Where are you going to get what you will miss in your life?

Step 3: every day.

It does not matter that. No excuses, reasons or explanations are needed. You make the habit every day.

There are no alternatives or excuses. None.

That is why you have to do the following:

  • Simplify the habit. 5 minutes a day is enough. It is not about the habit, but that you do it consistently.
  • Make easy. Nothing too strenuous. Start small and simple.
  • Do it early, that helps.

Step 4: Set up a system.

The most likely reason you won’t do the habit is because you’ll forget about it.

You must create a system that bothers you so much that you follow the habit no matter what.

Put sticky notes on every door, set alarms for every hour of the day on your phone, tell everyone you know to remind you, or even write it in big, bold letters on your forehead so everyone you see will ask you about it. .

Whatever you need to make sure you remember to stick with this habit today.

If you did not end up doing the habit it is not because there is something wrong with you, but because the system and the triggers that surround that habit are not conducive to the habit. It is the system that failed, not you.

Step 5 – Immerse yourself in the bumps.

“Every day no matter what” means every day from today.

What happened yesterday doesn’t matter. Even if she should have and didn’t, that day is over and it’s irrelevant.

It’s not about perfectionism at all. You don’t need a 100% accurate streak to turn your life around. If you end up making only 20% over the course of the entire year but keep trying, it will be 20% more than last year!

Every day lost is a reset. Stop, start over, and get as many views as you can throughout the year.

This is true for diets, sleep habits, meditations, workouts, and anything else.

Bonus step: have a positive conversation with yourself.

This is a fundamental step that you must work on.

Due to psychological phenomena such as self-fulfilling prophecy, confirmation bias, and cognitive dissonance, we often find ourselves creating what we believe in the world.

Through self-sabotage, limited viewpoints, and the need to be right in our beliefs, we begin to search for what we believe in.

If that’s a positive, you’ll find more positives. If that’s a negative, you’ll find more negatives.

In this case, if you believe that you will never be able to maintain any habit, you will self-sabotage your way there, and if you believe that developing habits is easy and natural for you, you will find your way there too.

Keep your self-talk positive by paying attention to the stories you tell yourself, using Affirmations, and recognizing which thoughts are true and which are just made up.

This is a very important and very profound point. For now, do your best to believe that you can easily change your life and that inducing these good habits will be a piece of cake.