Shyft Habit Coach
When you slip, get back on track quickly.The best way to improve your self-control is to see how and why you lose control. Top performers make mistakes, commit errors, and get off track just like everyone else. The difference is that they get back on track as quickly as possible. Research has shown that missing your habit once, no matter when it occurs, has no measurable impact on your long-term progress. Rather than trying to be perfect, abandon your all-or-nothing mentality. You shouldn't expect to fail, but you should plan for failure. Take some time to consider what will prevent your habit from happening. ✨What are some things that are likely to get in your way? ✨What are some daily emergencies that are likely to pull you off course? ✨How can you plan to work around these issues? Or, at least, how you can bounce back quickly from them and get back on track? You just need to be consistent, not perfect. Focus on building the identity of someone who never misses a habit twice.
Jyotsana Khanna Biyani