We all want to change some aspect of our lives, be it eating habits, exercise routines or even how we socialize with others. But successfully making those changes means more than simply adding a new task to our agendas. To make truly lifelong changes, you will need to commit and figure out which habits need to be improved and which ones need to go entirely.
In this episode, Kelly discusses differing levels of commitment, why taking on new tasks means getting rid of others, and scheduling your new, healthy habits.
The Finer Details of This Episode:
-How complete commitment to one task can overrule other parts of your life.
-Why 99% commitment feels more stressful than 100% commitment.
-Turning lifestyle choices into lifelong habits.
-Determining when to give one task/choice a good try, and when to go all-in.
-“Keystone habits” and Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit.
-Kelly’s three-step process to identifying and changing habits.
“The truth is, when you’re a hundred percent committed to something, there are other things in life that aren’t gonna get done.”
“If you are 100% committed to whatever it is, then you don’t really have to think about it.”
“If it’s something you really want to do, it eventually becomes a habit.”
“Everytime you stop an action, you’re getting something in return.”
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