In the last article about health habits, I made a point to help you see that not all health advice is the best advice, even when it’s backed by good intention. And that’s because it must come with some type of context for your personal needs.
We covered a bit about what habits are, how hard they are to change, and I even referenced some ideas from my book Stay Leaner, Longer.
In this article, I’m going to give you a framework to build health habits that stick.
At the end of the last article, I promised to tell you about the following:
- Why everything you know about creating new habits and goal-setting is probably wrong.
- The most powerful concept I know to help change your behavior (it all has to do with how you actually perceive yourself).
- A simple, but powerful, 5-step habit creation framework you can implement immediately.