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Here’s 3 Common Mistakes to Avoid When It Comes to Forming New Habits

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The new year is about to roll around. Everyone will have the intention to change their lives and set new year’s resolution. If you’re like most people, chances are you’ve been repeating the same new year’s resolution.

I’ve been guilty of this myself.

What can you do about this?

Making positive changes is hard. That’s why we’re introducing this free Rituals mini course on the blog to help you. Over the next 2 weeks we’ll release new videos and tips to help you setup and maintain a new ritual.

Today’s first video will walk you through on the top 3 mistakes people make when it comes to forming new habits. Make sure you watch all the way till the end so you know exactly what mistakes to avoid!

Over the next couple of days we’ll have a video for each mistake and we will show exactly step-by-step what you can do about it.


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Posted by Paul  | January 4, 2016 at 3:16PM | Reply

Do you keep track of your rituals in your task manager or do you use a separate system for building rituals / habits?

Personally I use my task manager (omni focus) for my ritual reminders but then I use so that I can “keep score” on how consistent I am. Also has the community as part of it so there is encouragement and resources on hand.

Posted by Thanh Pham  | January 4, 2016 at 5:50PM

I personally keep them in OmniFocus as well until they are ritualized and I don’t think about it anymore. Then I move them over to Evernote as a checklist reminder. For example, for the longest time I had my morning ritual in OmniFocus step by step laid out. Once I ingrained it, I removed it from OmniFocus and moved it to Evernote. So now if I ever forget, i.e. coming back from vacation, all I need to do is check my Evernote and then I know exactly what to do again.

If I feel like I really lost a ritual, then I’ll move it back into OmniFocus and repeat the same process.

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