“When planning to change your life for the better, do not try to grasp the immensity,” the author calls. Do not set yourself global goals - you will create an extra reason for stress and, most likely, fail. And all because our brain is programmed to resist significant changes, because stability is the key to survival.
Stephen Gayes brought out a completely working mechanism for creating and consolidating the so-called mini-habits, which will undoubtedly change your life for the better. He suggests breaking the task down into small steps, which will be easy and simple to include in your usual daily routine without “scaring” your brain. Want to do 100 push-ups per day - start with one. Are you going to learn to think positively more often - remember something good at least a couple of times a day. Over time, minor changes will turn into the habit you need, and you will believe in your own strengths.
What are the specifics: To get rid of bad and to have good habits - we strive for this all our lives. Stephen Gyze is not a psychologist by training, but he derived his own formula for success, learned to put a variety of habits into reality, once realizing that motivation does not work, that the only engine of change is willpower and small steps to the goal.
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