Making Changes that Stick, Building Good Habits [Video]

Screen Shot 2016-03-02 at 13.50.41Here’s a video I shared recently on my YouTube channel.

What is the underlying structure of your life?  What habits are made easy because of the layout of your home, your office, the friends you hang out with?  How might you change the structure of your life in order to make certain positive habits more likely to happen?

Our surroundings affect us more than our intention and our discipline.

Making Changes that Stick, Building Good Habits

Right or wrong? 😉

5 responses to “Making Changes that Stick, Building Good Habits [Video]”

  1. We live in a world where change is more frequent and at times, intense. Always a good idea to think about change. I like the metaphors – a car or a soothing rocking chair? Moving forward or just feeling good rocking back and forth?

    A good reminder that we need to re-visit our underlining structure in order for a change to occur (or not). In some situations, it is us who needs to change first before proceeding with the actual change. Sometimes it’s difficult to change because that rocking chair we sit on is too comfortable. It’s also a matter of predicting the outcome of the change and deciding what is the best choice for us – the car or the rocking chair? Change is not only an external demand it’s also a very internal process that requires a lot patience, faith and self- confidence. Thanks for sharing Conor and love the “outdoorsy” you in the video 🙂

    1. Thanks Julie – I was in two minds as to whether to post this video… I had the idea while running and thought I would make the video… and then make a better one with a proper camera… but the original one came out better (in my opinion).

      1. I like it…it’s natural, so leave it. There you go!

      2. 😉 great! hope all well with you guys

      3. Rain, rain, rain…busy, busy, busy, but all’s good here – likewise, hope all’s good with you and family.

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