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It’s been reported that between 40-45% of our daily lives are run by our habits, which is why it’s so important to make sure our habits serve us.
At any given time, most of us have at least one bad habit we’d like to break. At a minimum, we’d all like to be better at resisting temptation.When you need the strength to resist a bad habit, I don’t is stronger than I can’t. Click To Tweet
No matter what bad habit you want to break, there’s a genius two-word fix that can increase your chances of success by up to 8X.
This science-backed tip for breaking bad habits is the focus of today’s MarieTV.
You’ll learn how self-talk plays a crucial role in our ability to resist temptation and the two tiny words that help us create big goal setting success.
Now I’d love to hear from you. What’s one habit that, if you’re super honest with yourself, is derailing your happiness or success?
Is it eating a certain food? Checking social media when you should be writing or creating? No matter what it is, in the comments below tell me exactly what — as of this moment — you no longer do using the phrase, “I don’t”.
For bonus points, tell us exactly why this bad habit must get dropped (i.e. what negative consequences it’s creating) and what specifically you’ll be able to achieve, experience or create once you adopt a new, more positive habit.
Share as much detail as possible in your reply. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration, and what you post may help someone else have a meaningful breakthrough.
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