Don't you get tired of setting the same goals every year? Don't you get tired of giving up after a month because you were not realistic?
It's Time To UnTangle The Reasons You Fail Every Time
Finally Get IT Accomplished!
1.You CAN Control of Your Thoughts
Your thoughts are amazing tools for reinventing your world. The KEY is taking time to actually think beforehand.
2.Stop Punishing Yourself
Don’t beat yourself up for having unhealthy habits. Guilt keeps you focused on negative. Shame does little for motivation.
3.Challenge Your Past
It's very easy to slowly lock UnTruth's into your mind. If you tell yourself something over and over, it eventually becomes true. If that is true for negatives, why can't it be true for positives? Revisit some issues that are holding you back and give yourself a new truth.
4.Don't Just Make Goals, Make Plans For Those Goals
And speak them out loud. That holds you more accountable and instills trust in your word.
5.Write Your Plan and Focus on it Every Day
Carry a copy of that statement with you and tape it to your bathroom mirror, the ceiling over your bed, the dashboard of your car , the back of your cell phone.
6.Seek the Right Kind of Support
Some say to seek people that won't tear you down but only lift you up. I say find people who will get you to your goal. That means connecting with people that are where you WANT to be.
On a sheet of paper, draw a line down the middle and write down the Truths (Really UNtruths) you tell yourself every second of everyday. On the next write down the complete opposite. Throughout the day, say your affirmation aloud. Eventually it won't make you feel like a dork because it will feel TRUE!
8.Visualize The New YOU
See yourself Being what you want. Act the part.
Pretend like you've reached your goal. Be that kind of person in your words, behavior, and attitude. As you do, others will begin to see you as you want to be.
9.Don't Focus On Time. Focus On One Step at a Time
Eliminate “I’ll try” From Your Vocabulary. That gives you an easy out. When you make a commitment or promise to yourself, say, “I will do it!”
No new habit comes without hard work. If you have a bad day, don’t condemn yourself. And don’t give up. The more you practice your new behavior, the better you will become at doing it. Practice consistently and soon it will become second nature.