Last updated on April 2, 2017
Here are some of my not so favorite quotes I’ve said recently:
“The pills are on my table, guess I’ll take them in the morning. Gulp”
“My running shoes and are in the middle of my hall-way. Bleh”
“Argh. I have to go to the side room to work.”
“Damn that happy picture of me chest bumping Johnross I see as I leave my place.”
Fortunately whether I’m in a good mood or not I setup positive triggers to make myself take action or feel better.
It’s a handy trick I encourage you to use.
What I do is place things annoyingly in my way or completely out of my way to encourage a positive behavior. Over time these triggers develop into the power of habit which makes it all the more easy.
Here’s a sampling of the ones I currently do:
Why does any of this matter?
It’s easy to skip over things but if you set them up to automatically to reduce your friction from doing it, you are WAY more likely to get the results you want. Make it easy to say, “Yes” to yourself!
What’s 1 trigger you can setup today for yourself? Leave a comment then watch this video about Starting and KILLING habits on YouTube.