Do These 5 Things to (Actually) Stick to Your Goals
If your goal includes eliminating a specific behavior, it must be replaced with a new behavior if you want permanent change.
If we don’t substitute a behavior, we end up creating a big void that leads to obsessive thinking. And that eventually will lead to falling back into old patterns.
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Whether it is a resolution to lose weight, to do more exercise, or to consume less sugar, we all have encountered hardships trying to stick with them.
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Making resolutions requires no effort, but if we decide to suddenly shift towards improving too many of our behaviors at once, it can backfire.
Focus on one thing that you want to change, at a time, and commit to it.
You may not be able to change the external circumstances, stressful situations, or work environment. What you can do is control how you react to negative forces and stressful situations.
For example: If you get unhealthy food at your home, you can control how or when you eat it.
Building these habits means focusing on the type of person you wish to become rather than the outcome you wish to achieve.
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You have to become the type of person you want to be, and that starts with proving your new identity to yourself.
Writing down your goals will force you to clarify what you want. It will drive you to pick your destination.
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Writing down your goals will motivate you to take action.
Because articulating your intention is important, but it is not enough. You must execute your goals.
Writing down your goals will provide a filter for other opportunities.
The more successful you become, the more you will be deluged with opportunities. But these opportunities can quickly become distractions that pull you off course.