Monday, December 29, 2014

Skills For Change

Try to trust your intuitive judgment. Often, it presents itself as the first thought you have in certain situations. Another suggestion here is to use a small notebook to record thoughts and ideas, how you feel at any time, and any new thinking about the plans or objectives. You do not have to tackle everything at once, just like you do not need to eat a whole meal in sips. Take it easy. Think, “One thing at a time,” then act on every thought, every action complete before proceeding to the next.

Give yourself time. Interval Relief reviews science has shown that it takes a lot of repetition to form a new pattern in humans, it takes about 21 days to form a habit (or extinguish one). Be patient with yourself. Make a list of TO DO every day (or every night for the next day, or every Friday to Monday). Keep a list of your actions in the open, where you can view it, edit it, check the completed items, etc. And realize Stress and how it affects you. Changes outside usually generates some signals, symptoms or signs in.

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