Habits that move you toward your goals

Why do I always brush my teeth at the same times everyday? Eat popcorn while watching movies – not that I do that anymore? Constantly check my phone? Use the same public toilet cubicle when i’m at the shops? Because I know it functions, usually, it’s clean and the door locks. Title We are all creatures of habit, it’s just a matter of making sure we are creating habits that are gonna take you closer to your goals not further away. And a tactic I already used to consistently get work done was the don’t break the chain method. I didn’t even realise this was what I was doing but with the almost daily vlog I was creating a habit, a good habit. Apparently it takes 18-264 days to create a new habit, with the average being 66 days. Jerry Sienfield, the comedian invented, called it the ‘don’t break the chain’ method, it’s no joke he really did.

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