Let Me Ask You A Question – 2/15/17


Let me ask you a question:

When you realize you need to change something about your behavior, what do you do to make that change?  

48 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 2/15/17

  1. Be mindful of reactions to certain situations that would’ve caused the behavior I’m trying to change. Admitting it to myself, then being self-aware. Sometimes it takes a few tries, but simply being self-aware is the key. To me at least.

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  2. I just change, often starting from scratch or approaching things from a new angle. Change is the most important thing in my life. I practically change things every day. In fact I’m always on the lookout for change in order to improve every single aspect of my life. Without change there is stagnation and staleness.

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  3. The only way I’ve ever made lasting change is to dig my heels in and do it. Like balls to the walls kinda attitude. I am an all or nothing kinda person. If I allow for any excuse to work…I’ll fall back into old habits. It’s not a great way to be, but these questions make me want to be completely honest.

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  5. I guess sit down, take a piece of paper and a pencil…Write down everything bad that this or that particular behavior brings me, and on the other side all those good things that changed behavior will bring.
    And when I make a decision that change really needs to be conducted, I think of all those situations where action must be taken. 🙂 And I make them happen.
    Of course, when you’re trying to replace your bad behavior with a good one, it takes time. 🙂 Just like new habits.

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  6. I believe making a blank statement of ‘needing to change’ without breaking down why the change needs to occur usually delivers the same result- no change. I’ve done it myself many times. Now, I sit down and carefully look at the advantages/disadvantages to making a change. How will it impact my life and/or the life of people around me. Having some form of accountability is helpful as well and reminding myself daily of why I am seeking a change.

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