What if a few simple strategies could radically transform your life? What if exercising, eating healthy, staying organized, saving money, and reading was something you did automatically? Certified mental trainer, Patrik Edblad, has helped 400+ clients create massive change in their lives. Drawing from his vast experience, as well as his in-depth study of cutting-edge research in cognitive and behavioral psychology, he answers the question: what are the secrets to lasting change? His fascinating findings are presented in The Habit Blueprint: 15 Simple Steps to Transform Your Life.
Whenever anyone makes an important change, it’s because a switch has flipped. Someone who has struggled his whole life with his weight finally decide to get fit. Someone who has put up with an abusive boss for years finally has enough and quits. A shift has happened that has made action
Procrastination is the voluntary delay of an intended action despite the knowledge that this delay may harm the individual in terms of the task performance or even just how the individual feels about the task or him/herself. Procrastination is a needless voluntary delay. There are many types of delay in our
When you woke up this morning, what did you do first? Did you hop in the shower, check your email, or brush your teeth? Which route did you drive to work? When you got to your desk, did you chat with a colleague or jump into a memo? Salad or hamburger
One of the biggest mistakes people make when they’re trying to create a new habit is that they set a very vague intention.
To create a new habit and make it stick you need to decide on a very specific cue that reminds you to do it, over and over again.
Don’t celebrate a good week of running by eating chocolate cake but rather getting a new piece of running equipment.
If a person is too tired, anxious, or lacks the discipline to overcome that initial obstacle, they will have to settle for something that, although less enjoyable, is more accessible.
The people you surround yourself with determine what’s normal for you. If you want to get remarkable results, you need remarkable people around you.