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“Nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits.” Mark Twain

Published on 8/8/2017
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Use your signature.  An even better way to check off the habit is by using your signature.  If you put your signature on the checkbox after finishing the habit, you are telling yourself that you have done the work the right way.  You are using the self-serving bias to your advantage.

The self-serving bias means that you want to enhance your self-esteem and self-worth with your actions.  The signature is a reflection of yourself.

You are putting your signature on the stuff you agree with.  You are enhancing your self-worth by completely nailing the habit.  Because of that, the habit is more likely to stick.

 

If your goal is to go to the gym four times a week, do not start with that habit.  You might be extremely motivated this very moment, but the key to long-term change in your habits is consistency.

Start with a 5-minute walk, two times a week. When you have low expectations, it dramatically increases your likelihood of forming a habit that will last long.  Having time for a 5-minute walk every day is easy while two hours of exercise is not.  You can eat one banana every day but you will find a full day of eating healthy harder.

Start with smaller goals as much as possible and it will make you less likely to procrastinate.  Starting small would not only make habit formation easier; it can help you compensate on certain days, too.

 

What you will find, after a certain period of time, is that you will be able to easily go for a ten-minute walk, instead of the planned five-minute walk. You will be progressing in an easy, playful way and this will increase your motivation.  Plus, it will make habit formation feel like something that you ‘want’ to do, instead of ‘needing’ to do.

No need to feel sorry now.  What are you waiting for?

 

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