• More than 1,000 airplane rides.
  • More than 2,000 nights in hotels.
  • More than 3,000 times walking on stage in front of tens to thousands of leaders.

Here are some of the things I've done to make sure I "do" those good habits I "think" of:
  1. I put vitamins NEXT to the toothbrush, with a bottle of water.
  2. I pack workout gear LAST in the suitcase, so I look at them FIRST when I unpack.
  3. I leave ONE thing on my desk at night, so it's the FIRST thing I work on the next morning.

Why do I do all of this? Because they are positive triggers that I've created. If I do those three things (and scores more we could talk about!), I'm more likely to take action or feel better.
Setting a positive trigger is a great trick we encourage you to use.


Here's how it works:
  1. Identify a HABIT you'd like to start.
  2. Next, WRITE DOWN how your life would be better IF you did that more.
  3. Third, identify the SIMPLIST first, next, beginning action that would get you going in the direction of doing that habit JUST ONCE.
  4. And then, leave yourself a clue (bigger the better!) in the place you'll DO the action.
  5. Finally, please remember: You don't BREAK a habit (see the Master Class links below).

    You start doing something that competes with the old habit you had...moving you toward the new habit you want to create.
Want more on this whole "habit" thing? Check out this month's Course Work here!

Happy Habiting,

Best,

Jason




PS: In this month's GET MOMENTUM Master Class, Jodi and teach you how to dial in your MOST productive habits (and replace those old "time-sucking" ones with better routines.



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