When actions are tied to a trigger through consistent repetition, habits get formed so that the actions happen automatically when the trigger occurs. In his book “Psycho‑Cybernetics” Professor Maxwell Maltz says “…it requires a minimum of about 21 days for an old mental image to dissolve and a new one to jell.” This may not be good news for those of looking to inculcate new habits designed for self-improvement. In reality though, habit formation has little to do with duration. It depends a lot on the self-improvement drive of the individual, the habit being formed, the environmental factors, and so on.
In today’s hectic lifestyle, Work-Life Balance represents a compromise. Instead, one should aim for Work-Life Harmony. This requires adoption of Time Management at work and change in work habits driven by Self Quantification. The aim is to achieve more in less time, and with reduced stress.
In today’s hectic lifestyle, Work-Life Balance represents a compromise. Instead, one should aim for Work-Life Harmony. This requires adoption of a certain discipline at work and change in work habits so that you can achieve more in less time, and with reduced stress.
Download this eBook on ‘Habits and Their Saga’ to know more about –
- How do habits get formed
- How to incorporate change on a regular basis until it becomes a habit
- How to get started in small steps and achieve guaranteed success
If you are looking to build life-changing work habits and achieve personal excellence through mindfulness, this eBook is for you.
Bonus: This eBook also includes 3 interesting infographics on
- How to be focused
- How to make meetings more effective
- How to work faster.