breaking bad habits

During six years of research for our upcoming book, Micro-Resilience, we've come across and shared many insights that contribute to breakthrough performance.
Your bad habits are putting your life, your health, your career, or your relationships in jeopardy. You know they're there, and you want to get rid of them--but you also know from experience that it's just not that easy.
Emily Triplett Lentz is a writer for the Help Scout Blog, where she posts about customer support, company culture and more
For my twentieth wedding anniversary, I got a beautiful diamond solitaire. It stands high and proud, cradled in its six prongs, throwing sparkles in every direction from the light bouncing off its the facets.
Not only do we devalue "sorry" when we use it unnecessarily, but we also devalue ourselves.
For the first year after the divorce was final, my auto-response to just about every question that flew out of the mouths of my three sons was "YES!" It was an automatic, rapid-fire and knee-jerk reaction to each and every query.
The unconscious fears that rule our lives have been hidden away for so long in most cases that we have no idea of their programming running in the background. Fear is usually our default program.
4. Forgive yourself. 5. Check in. By Iyanla Vanzant 3. Slow down! 1. First, notice it. Q: How do I break a negative pattern
The process is simple with baby steps, Duhigg adds. For instance, if you want to start exercising, first spend a week getting
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