Don’t Want To Fail At Your Goals Again? Learn This Model To Build Great Habits
You want to lose weight, but maybe you can’t force yourself to start working out. You went to the gym once or twice, and just gave up. How many of you can relate to this? If you are one of those people, then you’ll love Charles Duhigg’s simple 3Rs rule for developing any good and healthy habit.
The first R is the reminder, and it stands for the event that acts as a kind of signal that triggers the habit. What is important here is to be as specific as possible when it comes to choosing the preceding event. For example, if you say “I’ll do yoga for 15 minutes when I get up,” it’s too general. A better solution would be to say “After I brush my teeth, I’ll do yoga.” Thus, putting down your toothbrush becomes the trigger.
The second R stands for the routine. So, every morning when you finish brushing your teeth, this triggers you to pull out your mat and do yoga. Even…