Jun 15, 2021
If I ask you, "Would you like to be healthier, more productive,
and happier?" , what would your answer be? Most likely the answer
is going to be yes.
And then I ask you: "Are you taking consistent action each day to make that happen?" and you're probably going to hesitate before you answer.
It's not due to laziness or negligence. It's because the idea of committing to something fairly big sounds daunting and paints a picture of a massive undertaking.
But big goals — such as “read 10 books a year” or “exercise for 6o minutes everyday” — are often more burdensome than they are sustainable. That's why it is so important to start small by focusing on “micro habits” — more achievable behaviours that you build over long periods of time. These habits should be ridiculously small, like reading for 5 minutes each to to begin with or start of by doing 2 push-ups a day.
A micro-habit is basically just a really small step on how you can start doing pretty much anything you want to do.
In this week's episode we talk about these micro-habit, their advantages and how to implement them to reach your goals.
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