- Make an informed decision-Firstly, understand your reasons of starting a new routine. Let it not be an impulsive decision of starting a new routine.
- Write it to remember it-Once you are convinced with your reasons, write it down so that you etch this in your memory and stay committed to the same till you achieve it.
- Make it fun-filled-Try and work on fun ways of starting and keeping up with this new routine.
Example, connect with like-minded people and understand their way of doing things to make your journey fun filled and break the monotony.
Robin Sharma, the motivational speaker says “Ancient Rule of 21: If you do anything for 21 days in a row, it will be installed as a habit.”
It is a common human tendency to give up a new found habit before 21 days because of the conscious effort it demands to continue or to expect immediate results which when unachieved can reduce the enthusiasm to continue a new found habit. So, start small and simple. Break down your ultimate goal to small short term goals. This way you boost your self-esteem as and when you achieve your small short term goals. You also get determined to go up the ladder to achieve the next short term goal and head towards the final one. This way you are not stressed about the journey towards your goal and you also stay motivated throughout.
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