Developing those habits

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

How are you coming
with your new habits?
Did you take my advice to take advantage of
the context change of September?

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Habits, Decision, Attention Series

Autumn Attempts tend to stick

©Phillip Martin, artist/educator

In my last Habits article I talked about taking advantage of context change to jump start the habit-change and habit-building process.

I also disclosed that September is one of the best times to begin the year anew.

Since most of us have 12 to 18 years of school-starts in our background, we are primed for change and growth as the leaves begin to turn.

By understanding the process of habit formation, it is possible to develop systems in your life BEFORE you reach the point where you flake out on yourself, jettison the attempt to build a new habit or three, and conclude that nothing you…

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3 thoughts on “Developing those habits

  1. I really appreciate the reblog – thank you for spreading the word to your readers.

    It seems that bad habits are so much easier to develop than good ones – at least in my own life – even though I know that the actual process is the same. It does seem that the rewards of my good habits take longer to show up, but once the habits are in place they are equally difficult to “erase” as long as my cues don’t disappear (like when I move, for example), so it’s really worth taking the time to put them in place.

    But my habit struggles are no different from anybody else’s. ::sigh:: That’s why I write what I write. 🙂

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