Have you ever considered "Every single day you are trading your life for what you choose to do with your time. Is it worth it?" John Assaraf
Is what you do daily positive or negative, empowering or disempowering you, inspiring or expiring you.
How you think, feel, and act daily leads too many of the results you gain in your life, this is why it is so important to pay attention to your daily rituals and what you do.
As John Assaraf once said "Whatever you practice and do daily you reinforce. As repetition is the mother of learning and conditioning" making what you do apart of whom you become.
Creating Change That Last.
In the past you may have wanted to become healthier, become more stronger, earn more, be more, increase your self-esteem, confidence, improve the way you think, feel, and act.
You tried to exercise for a week or two, but that didn't last. You tried eating healthy, but 3 days later you have taken a bite out that cake. You tried to feel more positive, but you mind is focused on the negative. You tried to get up earlier, but you hit the snooze button. To ending up exactly where you started or even worser off.
Understand this, It has taken time for create a path way to do what you do, thereby it also takes time to replace or change what you do. "Research shows that it takes 65 days to 365 days to develop a new habit pattern that sticks" Innercise. Short term actions does not create lasting change.
The key lies in constant spaced repetition, if you want results that last why not try the 100 Day Rule by John Assaraf.
The 100 Day Rule By John Assaraf
Wouldn't it feel great to be able to think more positively, feel more happy, eat more healthier & to finally have empowering habits that serve you and your life.
Are you ready to create your new destiny. By replacing an old habits, or start a new habit:
With the 100 Day challenge.
If so, below is 100 day tracker to support you on your journey:
- What is one small habit can you create that will move towards your goals and dream?
- It could be as simple as drinking a glass of water a day, go for a 10 minute walk, read a page a day.
Why not try it for 100 days to see how you get along.
Now is you're time to build empowering habits,
All the best Sefika