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The SECRET FORMULA.... REPETITION of Good Habits
Following up on my last post, to be sure we create long lasting change we need to know how to implement and solidify it. Take a second, think back to when you first started learning to ride a bike without the training wheels. Try to remember the process, what it felt like, how many times it took, how much it hurt when you fell off? What did you have to do to maintain your balance? What did you have to keep doing until you finally learnt how to ride by yourself? …where you could keep riding without having to concentrate on balance. When it just became second nature…
You had to REPEAT the motion of riding a bike OVER and OVER AGAIN until you acquired enough muscle memory that it became a subconscious action, you no longer had to think about it too much.
What about when you want to learn to do a perfect lift at the gym? Was one training session enough? Or did you have to train hard over and over again until you could keep all your muscles activated and under tension without having to think about the cues too much?
This is exactly the same with CHANGE. We need repetition, but the key is to be repeating the right behaviour or action. That’s why when we look at changing our own lives we first need to look at our HABITS.
Our habits can define us as a person and determine where we end up in life. A habit is something we do subconsciously, something we do without thinking that is second nature to us. A habit can sometimes be perceived as selfish by others, because it is something they would like us to change within ourselves.
For example, in the morning you don’t like to make the bed because you’re in a rush to get out the door, but your partner likes the bed made and expects you to do it. Or, your colleague likes to work with the music on in the back ground, but you like to work in dead silence with the music off. Different habits might create different clashes right?
So sometimes we need to change our habits to reach common ground or to show people that we care enough for them to change.
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