Develop helpful habits


  1. Set yourself up for success.
    Remove obstacles that could derail you from forming the good habit of your choice. If you choose to start going to the gym regularly, then your gym must be close and convenient and fit into your schedule. If you want to eat healthier, ensure your fridge and pantry are stocked with healthy options.
  2. Think addition, not subtraction.
    Instead of focusing on what you have to sacrifice, think about what you get to add to your life by incorporating healthy habits. This helps you to remain excited.
  3. Get public accountability.
    Cement your new habits by stating your goals publicly, using social media and other available platforms, just like politicians who make public promises and are then obligated to follow through because the public is watching.
  4. Find a success buddy.
    Find someone on a similar journey who’ll keep you accountable while you return the favor.
  5. Celebrate!
    Find little rewards to give yourself every month, week, or day. It could even be something small, just to acknowledge that you’ve held yourself to new behavior.


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