Last week, we started a series on habits. Your life is, in many ways, built on a series of habits. Some are good. Some get in your way.
It always seems to me that we form bad habits so much easier than good habits! And these aren’t the habits we want to “stick.”
Which raises the question of how to make those good habits stick. How do you start a habit and keep it going?
If you are a “New Years Resolutions” kind of person, you may notice how few of those habits make it far into the New Year. I’ve noticed the packed gym in January is deserted before the end of February. Healthy foods begin to be replaced by snacks fairly quickly. Running shoes never quite get broken in.
Is it a lost cause?
Should we just give up on those good habits?
Considering how much of life is actually habits, it is important to find ways of building habits and keeping habits. This is the skill of making habits stick.
Let’s talk about making those habits stick!
You Become Your Habits