I’m doing a video series in which I discuss the various strategies that we can use for habit-formation.
Habits are the invisible architecture of everyday life, and a significant element of happiness. If we have habits that work for us, we’re much more likely to be happy, healthy, productive, and creative. My book describes the multiple strategies we can exploit to change our habits. To hear when this masterpiece goes on sale, sign up here.
Last week was the Strategy of Monitoring -- one of my favorite strategies (yes, I do have favorites, I must confess.)
This week -- the Strategy of Scheduling. Also another one of my favorites.
The Strategies of Monitoring and Scheduling, along with the Strategies of Foundation and Accountability, form the section of my book on the "Pillars of Habits." These are big, bedrock strategies.
To read more about my Wednesday adventures with my daughter, check out Happier at Home, chapter on Parenthood.
How about you? Do you find that you stick to your habits better -- especially when a habit is fairly new -- if it's actually entered into your schedule? It's surprising to me how the simple act of making a note of something can make such a big difference.
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