What if achieving success was more about setting up good habits and less about choosing the right goals? I went for a walk the other morning at the local park. …
I’d like to share with you a personal story that led to me wearing my shoes around the house.
And here’s why…
I sat on a park bench this morning, and I thought about everything that is going on.
I’ve been wracking my brain over the last few days on how I want to show up during these hard times, and the direction I was seeking wasn’t showing up. These are uncertain times. These are hard times.
What is a habit?
For some that might mean something they do every day. For others, it’s something they don’t have to think about. And, for others, it’s a misspelling of a little person who roams around the shire. You know, a hobbit? Anywho…
Here’s a trick I found for maintaining habits while maintaining sanity.
I talk a lot about building healthy habits, working on being a better person, and striving to make my future life a better life. Sometimes its hard to trust in the long haul journey, and sometimes my habits shift from my positive habits to my negative habits.
Here’s my process on how I learn to trust in my personal journey when I have doubts.
Some habits are good while others are, by our own definition, bad. So, if habits are not set in stone, can we not change our behavior to better our lives, the quality of our experiences, and the way we show up in the world?
I would like to think that the answer is yes, and here’s why!
If you are also like me, you might look at yourself at the end of the year and be less than happy with your progress by the end of December. I know I commonly find myself looking back and asking my just exactly where the last 12 months have gone. How come I haven’t achieved my goals yet?