Too often we focus on eliminating "bad" money behaviors instead of putting the focus on creating positive habitual behaviors first.
- If you've ever resolved to change your behavior,…be it with money, food, time online, or anything.…You know how tough it can be to keep those changes up.…We tell ourselves that it's okay to backslide just this once…or we can't quite remember what was so bad…about our old behavior that we needed…to change it in the first place.…And meanwhile, the stress of maintaining self discipline…builds up and up until eventually,…we go back to our old habits.…Yeah, human beings are wired to be pretty bad at change.…Luckily, we can hack the process…to improve our chances for longterm success.…
Here are four steps to create…healthy money habits that stick.…Number one, start small and build on your progress.…The biggest self sabotaging move that people make…is to load on too much change too fast.…B.J. Fogg of Stanford University writes and coaches people…on creating tiny habits such as flossing just one tooth…or stopping by the gym on the way home from work…but not actually working out.…The idea is to focus on something…that requires minimal effort.…
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