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HOW TO BREAK A BAD HABIT

Fact: Getting out of my rut was a LOT harder than I expected it to be, and I knew I had to get strategic and tactical about it.

Everything that was going on in my life at that point supported staying in the rut and doubling down … I’m talking about stress, extra time on my hands, you name it!

Here’s what I did to kick it:

I KNEW I had to make a radical change to remove the temptation.

For me, that meant shaking up my routine by getting really BUSY with something else, so there was no time or energy to get seduced back into my rut. 

And do you know what? Once I got started, it wasn’t that bad at all. It was actually fun.

Plus, I had something to show for it!

In the book Atomic Habits, James Clear writes that one of the best ways to break a habit is to reduce exposure to temptations – removing anything that prompts you to do it.

Then, once those cues are gone, you can reframe your mindset by looking at the benefits of NOT doing the action. For me, that meant substituting other things that gave me tangible results!

It’s a pretty irresistible combo!

Just some food for thought, especially if you have picked up a habit or two over the past few months that you’d like to kick.

Make it an amazing day,

Lyonel Lumarque

www.GetLyonStrong.com

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