Monthly Archives: February 2013

Creating New Habits – Step #4 – Doing Your Part

“Just do your part by staying connected to your intention and see how things unfold.” ~ James Baraz ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reflection: Last month after attending a talk about using your mind to change your brain, I committed to a daily practice … Continue reading

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Creating New Habits – Step #3 – Setting an Intention

From the Harmony Habit Tip Archives (Oct 2012): “Your intention is your driving force.” ~ Greg Hicks and Rick Foster ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reflection: “How do you remember to be more mindful?” a client of mine recently asked, after I told him … Continue reading

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Creating New Habits: Step #2 – Identifying Your “Big Why”

From the Harmony Habit Tip Archives (Sept 2012): “Habits can be learned and unlearned. It isn’t a quick fix. It involves a process and a tremendous commitment… that has to be motivated by a higher purpose.” ~ Steven Covey ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ … Continue reading

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Creating New Habits: Step #1 – Aligning Knowledge, Skill and Desire

From the Harmony Habit Tip Archives (May 2012): “A habit is the intersection of knowledge, skill and desire.” ~ Steven Covey ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reflection: Steven Covey claims that in order to create a habit, work is required in 3 areas: we’ve … Continue reading

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