The Habit Changing Handbook & Journal
The habit changer is both a handbook and a working journal. It has been specifically written and designed using proven therapeutic techniques and harnessing the well-documented benefit of journaling to manufacture habit change.
The very process of working with the book creates a daily victory that feeds your self-confidence. Each day you can see your own progress, each week another goal is achieved and you can see and feel the changes in you happening.
The high level of success for those that follow the journey in full from start to finish culminates in changed habits and changed lives.
The 56 day journey
This book gives you much more than loose guidelines, it takes you by the hand, week by week through the 56-day journey initially identifying and accepting your negative habits, understanding them and finally changing them. You cannot change what you neither recognise, accept or understand. It is essential and it is the key. Simply put this is a practical no frills exercise in habit change.
- Toolkit for change
- A clear step by step route to self-empowerment
- Easy to use structured day-by-day routine
- Therapeutically proven to work
- Creates an expectation of success and completion
- Builds your self-belief and self-esteem
The way it works!!
The format and structure of the book are based on the concept of breaking down the supporting behaviours of your negative habits. Once the reader has identified the problematic habit that needs to be addressed the book shows the reader how to look at the supporting behaviours that allow the habit to exist and thrive.
Rather than attempt to attack the main habit on its own the book shows how the reader can recognise and attack eight separate supporting behaviours. With a different one to be curtailed each week, the habits support system begins to disappear. The process of journaling creates a subconscious awareness of repetitive behaviour, separate to the old pattern. This in turn also allows the supportive behaviour to change and for the reader to consciously succeed in a task every week, thereby creating a very real positive self-belief. It is belief itself that will enable the long-term change.
In summary, changing small behaviours over a structured period, writing about them and feeling the changes however small allows belief in the process, as the list of supporting behaviours are changed, so the major habit weakens. The good habit of change, discipline and positive repetition changes mindsets, habits and lives.