T6 - How to be consistent

Episode 6 October 23, 2021 00:01:25
T6 - How to be consistent
W06 - How to create consistent mini-habits
T6 - How to be consistent

Oct 23 2021 | 00:01:25


Show Notes

Here are a few things that may help you to become more consistent:

1. Have goals you want to achieve.

2. Allocate time every week to the things that matter to you.

3. Notice your triggers and what motivates you.

4. Review your progress and ask for feedback regularly.

5. Celebrate any successes you’ve achieved to maintain momentum and stay motivated.

6. Win the morning, and you will win the day.

7. Do things even when you don’t feel like it.

8. Focus on and take responsibility for the process, not the potential results.

When you focus on the process, you will be a lot more relaxed and likely to continue than if you stare yourself blind on the potential results.

Always remember, the potential results never come as quickly as you want them to!

Focusing on potential results can put you on an emotional roller coaster from day to day.

9. Use the STREAK app

You will be much more resistant to breaking the streak when you can start a “streak” of daily habits. The STREAK app is designed to help you to establish winning streaks.

10. Notice & use triggers and reminders in your environment.

11. Send out AT LEAST 1 LinkedIn invitation to connect every day

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