If you have habits that continue to create the same actions then you will get the same results.
Many of us want better/greater results but we complete each day as we did the last.
We are creatures of habit but we need to understand that not all habits are going to have a big enough impact to get us to where we want to be.
Take a look at your routine for the day. I hear clients tell me that they struggle to find the time to achieve what they want to. However we all have the same 24 hours in a day. Through the habits and environment we’ve created for ourselves as part of our routine we may in fact be creating a pattern to fail.
Look at the structure of the day. Analyse where the time is spent and see if there is a part that can be re-organised to make it more streamlined. Not only will you find any bad habits but you will also be able to create some time to clear your thoughts. These new habits will help so you don’t become overwhelmed with processes.
Maybe your bad habit is procrastination, or you keep putting off getting started all together because you have a limiting belief that you’re not good enough. Perhaps it’s the fear of failure that’s stopping you. But remember there is no such thing as failure, only feedback.
Understand the result you want to achieve and start to decide whether each habit you have in place will get you a step closer to that result.
If it doesn’t then you can change it. Interrupt that pattern and give yourself the power to create change for the result that you deserve.