Will You Create Habits that Stick in 2015? My New Video Series Shows You How

You've probably been thinking and reading a lot about resolutions and goals in the last few weeks.

This is the month when we review the year behind us and consider what we want to accomplish in the new year. Maybe you've already written down a few resolutions and even started some. Or maybe you avoid them altogether because the haven't worked out for you in the past.

If you've tried to commit to resolutions in the past and then quit after a few weeks, you're not alone. The vast majority of people don't make it through the first half of the year. Many quit in the first week. In fact, the average person makes the same resolution ten times without success.

Create Habits

I can't tell you how many times I made the resolution to start a regular exercise program. I've joined health clubs, bought equipment, and even worked with personal trainers. But it wasn't until the last few years that I finally figured out how to commit to this goal.

So what do our resolution failures tell us? Are we lazy? Undisciplined? Lacking willpower?

The truth is, you can't accomplish a goal until you know how to form habits. Big goals involve a series of small habits that must become automatic.

Let's say your goal is to lose weight this year. Maybe you've even been specific and said, “I want to lose 25 pounds.” But actually reaching that desired goal involves incorporating many new behaviors in your life. You have to change your diet, add exercise to your routine, and maybe include other habits to support your goal.

When you learn how to form habits properly — so you don't give up too soon — you can reach any goal you desire. You can become more of the person you want to be, as you create one positive habit after another.

Even when habits don't relate to bigger goals, they're still powerfully life-changing. For example, if you commit to the small habit of flossing your teeth daily, you can improve your overall health (flossing has been shown to help prevent heart disease, help your immune system, and prevent gum disease and tooth decay).

If you make a habit of sitting down for breakfast with your family for ten minutes, you can improve the quality of your relationships and your overall happiness.

There's no question — it's our habits that define us. And we have the power to create great habits, life-altering habits, when we understand the proven skills involved in forming them. Yes, there is a researched, proven system behind habit creation. Most people don't know it exists or have never taken the time to consider it. That's why they keep failing with their resolutions.

And that's why I've created this free 3-part video series — to help YOU understand the powerful skills of creating indestructible habits.

In the first video, you'll learn:

  • Why your inklings that you're capable of far more aren't just inklings — they're true.
  • What keeps you from following through on the commitments you make to yourself.
  • The reason failing to form habits is not your fault.
  • Why making progress toward building positive habits is crucial to your happiness in life.
  • The four big myths we all believe about habits and how they are holding you back from success.
  • How you can stop feeling overwhelmed, accomplish what matters most to you, and finally realize your potential.
  • What you'll experience once you learn how to create rock solid habits for the rest of your life.

But this is just the beginning.

This first video will ensure you get started on the right foot. The next two videos will help you determine a habit you want this year and motivate you to hit the reset button with the right tools and roadmap for habit success. These videos are also free — you just have to opt-in. I'd love for you to share them with your friends or anyone who can benefit from the skills of creating unbreakable habits.

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It's the journey toward mastery of a habit, not the success, that brings the most happiness. ~Barrie Davenport #stickyhabits @CoachBarrie

One more thing . . . I usually ask you to leave a comment below, but this time I'd really appreciate comments directly under the video when you click over. I want to know what you think about the video and the info I'm sharing. Will you do that for me? Thank you!

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  1. As it happens, habits all get modified in somewhat the same way. When an individual successfully quits smoking or an organization changes collective behavior to improve its safety standards, there are certain universal patterns at work.