Tag Archives: how to change

11 Science backed Tricks To Build Habits That Stick

11 Science-backed Ways To Build Permanent Habits

According to researchers, habits account for 45 percent of our daily behaviors.

That’s to say nearly half of what you’ll do today is the same as what you did yesterday, and the day before that, and the day before that… r

5 Steps To Create Lasting Change In Your Life

The 5 Steps to Creating Lasting Change in Your Life

Believe it or not, change doesn’t come overnight.

There is actually a workable process you can take up upon to cultivate a change in you. r

3 Tips To Make Epic Change When It Seems Impossible

3 Tips to Make Epic Change when it Seems Impossible

“This is just the way I am.”

Those seven words are the most dangerous words you can use to describe yourself. r

7 Ways Accepting Change Can Improve Your Chances of Success

7 Ways Accepting Change Can Improve Your Success

Changes are an integral part of life. We can always find changes happening around us and inside of us. Some of these changes are acceptable to us while others are not.

But why is it so tough to accept a change? r

how to transform

5 Things that will Transform You from the Inside-Out

Where we are in life is based on our identity. Our beliefs about ourselves are based on that identity. Our future worth and opportunity is based on that identity. Many people think that if they change their circumstances (e.g. getting a new, higher paying job), that their identity will follow suit. Actually, this approach is backwards; in reality, we change our identity from the inside out and the change in our circumstances follows. r

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3 Unconventional Ways to Change Your Life this Year

Everyone wakes up on January 1 with a gut full of ambition and good intentions. The idea of a clean slate is invigorating! By the middle of the month, however, most people have already started the slide back to their regular existence, overcome by trying to reach lofty, unclear goals with the same mindset from the previous year. I struggled with this for many years myself before finally figuring out 3 unconventional ways to avoid the January slump: r