How to Create New Habits by Building on Your Successes

When you create new habits you use repetition to build on your successful choices. Usually, it takes about a month for a habit to start to take root. And then you need to keep practicing to maintain and solidify that habit. You expand your energy and confidence when you create new habits.    It’s an…

Refuse to Feed Habits That Don’t Serve You — And Win

Finding time becomes easier, and more enjoyable, too, when you refuse to feed habits that don’t serve you.  These are habits that steal your time and block your success at every turn.   I’m talking about habits like denial and procrastination and, yes, perfectionism, too. Simply put, they are destructive and dangerous. You see, the…

Transitions Tripping You Up? Take a Little Time, and Try This Tip…

Transitions are always a challenge. Big or small, expected or not, transitions involve some disorientation and upheaval. And developing new habits, or maintaining old ones, when you’re in flux presents difficulties for lots of people. While the transition to retirement is very different from the yearly transition from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time (and then…

New Habits — This Helps You Get Started and Stay on Track

Interested in starting some new habits? But worried, because you’ve fallen off the wagon so many times before? Well, getting started on a new habit is part of the battle. Then, as you may know all-too-well, sticking with it is the steady work that carries you over the finish line. So how does that play out…

Transitions, Changes, and the Habits that Help You Navigate

Navigating transitions is a perennial challenge because it involves developing new habits. Whether your transition is unexpected or predictable, this is always true. All transitions ask that you let go of things that are familiar and develop new pathways for yourself. These changes may look ‘small’ to you, but each one of them requires flexibility, planning,…

Habits — Try “No More” for Android When You Want to Stop!

Habits, especially when they are entrenched, can be very hard to change. Often, when we talk about habits, we focus on developing new ones that we want to make part of our routine. But equally important are the so-called “bad” habits that we want to step away from. Sometimes they are relatively small things that…

Transform Your Time and Life with New Habits for Health and Success

If you want to transform your time and your life, where do you start? The answer might really surprise you. Since ‘transform’ is such a big, all-encompassing word, you naturally expect it to involve major changes and upheavals. But in reality, if you want to transform your time, your life, and yourself,  TweetSharePinShare