Instructions for "The One-Minute Habit"
If you've set a New Years Resolution, you may already be sneakily wondering if you'll manage to make it to the end of January with success. -
When you hear yourself thinking doubting thoughts, recognise that they're probably just running on old, bad information. They're remembering last year when you didn't quite stick the exercise program, or the guitar lessons, just because it happened before, doesn't mean it will happen again.
One of the hardest parts of starting anything new is making it a habit. Habits can be as hard to make as they are to break. Start small, make sure you do the minute every day, and allow yourself to feel the success of this. Then you'll have formed a habit to build on!
"You are what you do, not what you say you'll do." - Carl Jung
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