At this time of year, there's a ton of information on
how to make your life better.
In fact, it can be downright overwhelming to think about all the things that one "should" be doing differently to improve.
I for one do find it useful to reflect and refine but definitely believe in setting small,
that when added together yield
One of the
in whether or not people are successful in their endeavors to improve is their ability to create and maintain
In Charles Duhigg's New York Times Bestseller
The Power of Habit
- Why We Do What We Do In Life and Business- he explains what he calls the
Habit Loop -
Cue, Routine, Reward. Once you figure out what the cue and the reward are, you can alter the routine and switch a negative habit for a positive one. An interesting book, worth reading.
According to Duke University,
habits account for 40% of our behaviors
on any given day. So, doing a check on whether or not those go under the good or bad column can be an exercise worth taking a few minutes to go through.