I’m reading Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything by BJ Fogg.
For example, the more motivated you are to do a behavior, the more likely you are to do the behavior.
The harder a behavior is to do, the less likely you are to do it.
The easier a behavior is to do, the more likely the behavior will become habit.
Motivation and ability work together like teammates.
This is the reason we pick easier things to do even when they are less important.
Change takes place in small, incremental steps and being aware of it gives you the advantage.
Recent Day Starters:
- Staying Positive in Isolation
- "Pick-me-ups" for Being Confined to Home
- A Bucket List for Self-Isolation
- Resisting Coronavirus Scare Tactics
- Practice Compassion During Social Distancing
- Coping with Social Distancing
- How to Stop Fearing Coronavirus
- The Coronavirus is Serious, Panic is Optional
- Decision-making During the Coronavirus Crisis
- The Coronavirus as a Tool for Hate