Have you ever wanted to stick to an exercise routine, stop eating junk food or do something that is beneficial for your overall health and well-being, but you never do?
The reason why it is hard for many of us to make habits stick is because of the words we use.
Our words are powerful and when we do not use words that are coupled with action we end up doing the same ole things and it is business as usual.
If you want to stop doing business as usual and start getting the results you want for yourself, you have to be aware of the words you say and how they impact the outcomes.
I used to say that, “I need to exercise, but I’ll do it tomorrow.” Tomorrow never came and I never exercised when I said I needed to exercise.
Time brought about a change because I stopped saying I needed to exercise and I just did it. As a result of just doing what I knew I needed to do, exercising became a habit.
How can you make habits stick?
You make habits stick by what you say and do. Today, we focus on making habits stick with the words we say. Continue reading