You failed again.
You tried to make a change, but instead ended up plopped on the couch with a six-pack and pizza...sulking in your defeat.
Failure is hard to accept.
And when you try to change a habit and fail, it can be deflating—having a negative impact on multiple areas of your life.
Whether you’re trying to quit smoking, to establish a regular exercise routine or eat right, a failure can leave you feeling helpless.
You’re ready to change.
You want to lose weight, quit smoking, exercise regularly or read more books.
You have a goal. You’re determined. So you get started...
The first week is easy. As you successfully form your new habit, you gain confidence and tell your friends how simple it is. But as one week turns two, three and a month, life starts to get in the way.
Distractions pop up, you get sick, unexpected emergencies change your plans.
How do you maintain your focus? How can you accomplish your goal?