Sunday, February 12, 2012
One and done? No way. A taste of success demands a full meal. Momentum is a powerful thing. When success rolls in, it's the perfect time to add new goals and strengthen your foundation. The kicker is that the more success you have, the easier new goals become. By building more and more habits, by continuing to challenge yourself to grow, you're building an Upward Spiral that will speed you even faster toward your ultimate goals. So if you're seeing results, don't sit on your laurals and relax. Push it! You're about to hit a breakthrough. For every new habit you're successful with, try to find another one that will take you to the next level.
Habits are important. I find that I not only have good habits that I need to maintain, but I also have bad habits I have to work to break.
Working out is a good habit for me, eating sweets is a bad habit. I find if I don't continue working on keeping or breaking the habit that it only takes me about 1.5-2 weeks before I need to rebuild / rebreak the habit. It takes me over a month to get back on track.
It is much easier to keep the good habits and stay away from the bad ones than to give in and need to fix it.
What are your strengths and weaknesses that you have had to build habits around?