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Simple & Effective 7 step method to bring about daily changes in life

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  • 1. How to Implement Daily Changesfacebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 2. This method is fairly simple, and if you really implement it, nearly foolproof:facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 3. One Change at a Time You can break this rule, but don’t be surprised if you fail. Do one change for a month before considering a second. Only add another change if you were successful at the first.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 4. Start Small Start with 10 minutes or less. Five minutes is better if it’s a hard change. If you fail at that, drop it to 2 minutes.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 5. Do it at the same time each day OK, not literally at the same minute, like at 6:00 a.m., but after the same trigger in your daily routine — after you drink your first cup of coffee in the morning, after you arrive at work, after you get home, after you brush your teeth, shower, eat breakfast, wake up, eat lunch, turn on your computer, first see your wife each day.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 6. Make a huge commitment to someone Or multiple people. Make sure it’s someone whose opinion you respect. For example, I made a commitment to post atleast two inspirational messages every day to all my facebook friends. I’ve made commitments to my wife, to other friends, to my workshop participants, to my kids, and more.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 7. Be accountable Find one accountability partner. My wife is my partner. She reminds/asks me whether I have completed the daily activities. The tool you use doesn’t matter — you can post to Facebook or Twitter, email someone, mark it on a calendar, report in person. Just make sure you’re accountable each day, not each month. And make sure the person is checking. If they don’t check on you, you need to find a new accountability partner or group.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 8. Have consequences The most important consequence for doing or not doing the daily habit is that if you don’t, the people will respect you less, and if you do, they’ll respect you more. If your accountability system isn’t set up this way, find another way to do it. You might need to change who you’re accountable to. But you can add other fun consequences: say you would donate Rs.100/- each time if you didn’t follow through on a commitment. The consequences can also be positive — a big reward each week if you don’t miss a day, for example. Make the consequences bigger if you miss two straight days, and huge if you miss three.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 9. Enjoy the change. If you don’t do this, you might as well find another change to make. If the daily action feels tedious and chore-like, then you are doing it wrong. Find a way to enjoy it, or you won’t stick to it long. Or find some other change you enjoy more.facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 10. That’s it. Seven pretty simple steps, and you’ve got a changed life. None of these steps is impossible — in fact, you can put them into action today. What daily change will you make today?facebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in
  • 11. Joyfully Yours, Murali Sundaram – Happyness Coach Follow me Visitfacebook.com/happynesscoach www.HappynessCoach.Co.in