3 Quick Steps To Stop A Bad Habit


The most important work I think I do with my clients is helping them stop negative habits and create positive ones (they think it is providing them with nutrition and exercise plans, but through doing that I get them to change their habits, shhh don't tell them).


Most people would agree, stopping a negative habit and replacing it with a positive habit will greatly help them achieve their goals. If only it was that easy.


Changing habits is not an easy thing to do. Habits can be ingrained in us for years, and we feel they make us who we are, but if what you are doing is not giving you the results you want, then you need to change what you are doing.


And there is the problem. Change is the hard bit. Change means you have to try something different. Trying something different is more than likely going to move you out of your comfort zone. Being out of your comfort zone, is well, uncomfortable. So who likes being uncomfortable?


The main reason most people find it hard to change habits, is that it will be uncomfortable.


Being uncomfortable though has been something you have experienced throughout your life. Whatever you have got good at has to have been learnt (no one is born with god-given talent), so you must of gone through some level of discomfort.