Behavioural change is possible – it just needs a careful, methodical approach to time and life management… and some disciplined use of the diary.
Psychology research suggests that creating new habits is best done by integrating new routines into your day.
We have great intentions, but untamed minds. The art of counselling is to work with honesty and subtlety to harness the mind, and re-engage with the world afresh.
Humans are, in part, built to resist change. To overcome procrastination, and make changes in our life, we need to learn to work wisely with these natural tendencies.
Do you have difficulty turning your dreams into action? Here are six habits which seem to characterise those who make self-improvement happen.
We can’t easily eradicate our problematic habits. But we can adapt our daily timetables to encourage new behaviours.