Highlights1) Awareness - be aware of behaviors or habits that are not working for you any more.
2) Get to the root cause that is driving the dysfunctional habit or behavior.
3) Create a plan to change.
4) Practice, Practice, Practice. it will feel awkward at first. New behavior always does. It’s ok if it gets a little messy. That’s a part of the process. Keep practicing and it will start to feel more natural.
5) Patience - Deliberately re-expose your self to the new habit or change in fixed spaced intervals.
DescriptionChange is hard to do. Not because we don’t want to it, but because of how our brain is wired. And if you don’t understand how it works then the likelihood that you’ll make any lasting changes is not very good. With motivation and the right effort you can rewire your brain.
If want to make a change, understanding is not enough. Intellectual understanding is just the threshold of making the change. The work is going in and changing the deep seeded belief system - the wiring or software that runs the computer.
What has been learned can be unlearned.
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