Highly effective people do this to create lasting change and you can too
I meet good people who genuinely want to be singing fa-la-la, but life is definitely more blah-blah-blah.
If you want this to be the year you become a highly effective person who creates lasting change in your life, it’s really simpler than most people think. That doesn’t mean your brain isn’t going to muscle up on you and drop kick your efforts. Hell no, BUT, it is simple to structure the shift into high gear.
Hear me out.
I am like a productivity ninja. I love order, accountability and action. I’ve been told I wear velvet gloves as I wield my change-making toolbelt to create new realities, bigger impact and a lot of joy as clients shift into that vision of being a highly effective person.
Simple, small and specific.
Start Tiny to Create Massive Results
The tinier the behaviour, the better. Start small to create massive change. For example, I set the new tiny of doing two squats every time I went to bathroom for the month of August, I’d become more sedentary since COVID hit and wanted to get my body moving. By the end of the month I was up to 10 squats each time I went and had naturally started doing yoga classes and cross fit workouts too. It all started with a tiny habit of two squats. Four months later I’m working out 3-4 times each week and moving onto new tiny habits.
I’m a huge fan of BJ Fogg’s work and an effective method to create a tiny habit that sticks is to anchor your new habit to an existing one.
A powerful mindset shift replaces your I have to’s with I get to’s.
Keep going; keep growing. ?