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“Things change. And friends leave. Life doesn't stop for anybody.” Stephen Chbosky

Published on 8/10/2017
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Whether or not humans can change is a question as old as time itself.  While the innermost character can be hard to actively change, there are some things that can change easily such as your routine and habits. These tasks make up 40% of how you spend your time. Things that some people consider part of a person’s character, like “being lazy,” or unsociable, or awkward, are often caused by a tangible difference in behavior.  However, changing these aspects of yourself requires considerable work.

 

 Get ultra specific, down to the point where you have a set of repeatable actions that you can do every day/week. This way, you ensure that you are always making progress. Do not set something vague, like eating less. Instead, decide what you should do.  Pick a few healthy meals that you will eat and the forms of exercise you will do each week.  Make it a plan, not simply a goal.

 If your goal is unconventional, like becoming a sculptor, make it a point to reach out to successful sculptors every week so that you can get the guidance you need.  Focus not only on steps that improve your skills, but also ones that increase your network and chances of success later on down the road.

 

Contrary to popular belief, creating a habit is not about repeating something for twenty-one days and then you are all set.  It is true that the longer you do something, the closer to second nature it becomes. However, understand that you will experience times when it is extremely hard to keep going.  These are the times when it is essential that you do just that.

 Write checklists to keep yourself in check, no pun intended.  When you are working towards a long-term goal, it is easy to get sidetracked and forget the daily actions that keep you moving forward.  Plus, the added physical effort of writing them down by hand seems to make all the difference.

 

If your goal is to become a self sufficient artist, do not forget to put time into making connections.  Add anything to your list, such as practice daily, reach out to successful artists, or contact local galleries. Perhaps, include a mandatory daily relaxation time.   

Track your progress to motivate yourself and spot patterns.  This allows you to find out what works best for you and your goals.

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