One month can make all the difference

The experts tell us that it takes 28 days to form a new habit.

We already have some great habits and yet, I would hazard a guess, there are plenty of new habits – activities performed consistently, day by day, month by month – that if effectively formed, would make a significant difference to your life and mine.

I am running our latest Success Workshop today, or to give it its less marketable title, Effective Personal Management workshop! I love this course and I think EVERYONE should do it!

Why?

Because its all about identifying your most important goals, in all areas of life, and supplying you with the ideas AND practical tools to help you develop the necessary habits to achieve those goals. Having just conducted yesterday some one month follow-up reviews with participants from last month, it is fresh in my mind the massive impact this can have.

So, as the end of July approaches and we enter ‘holiday month ‘ – whether or not you’re actually away from work or not – what one or two new habits would you like to acquire?

Once identified, you could try following this process:

  • be crystal clear what your goal is i.e. the habit you want to develop
  • define the benefits of developing that new habit
  • identify possible obstacles to sticking with it…and come up with solutions
  • form a means of tracking your adoption of the new habit on a daily basis
  • use the powerful tools of affirmation & visualisation to remind you of the goal

As the common saying goes, its all ‘easy to do, and easy not to do!’ so if you’d like some assistance and an easy process that you can follow, this month and every month, get in touch and book yourself on the next Success Workshop, with the added comfort of knowing that at the one month review, if its not been worth way more than the cost of the course at that stage, we give you all your money back! Sound fair?

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