Adding a new habit is fun. Subtracting a bad one is great.
BUT THINK BIGGER.
What if you took control over those 333,108 hours you spend on auto pilot
without sacrificing your MENTAL HEALTH?
Is this you?
I don't like this habit, but I don't know how to change it.
I've tried motivating myself out of a habit. When it doesn't work I feel like a failure.
I don't know why I do some of the things that I do.
I've tried some ideas to change my habits, but I'm neurodivergent and the ideas don't really work for how I think.
I work better with other people who think like me. It's so hard to find them.
Ready to better understand your behavior?
Habits are the key.
I believe building & sustaining habits
should feel AWESOME not overwhelming.
Ready for some relief?
What is your accumulated behavioral debt, that kludge of inherited habits left unexamined, doing for (or to) your mental health?
What if you could evaluate your habits in a safe-space that didn't leave you spiraling into self-doubt, shame, and a sense of defeat?
Habits are not a finish line to be crossed, they are a lifestyle to be lived.
- James Clear