Here is how you set your mind to “quit”:
1. Identify what it is that you wish to stop doing. People who acknowledge that they need to make a change in their life are more likely to achieve that change than those individuals who think that they may, or may not, have a problem
2. Create a real plan where a good behavior and or different set of people can be started or welcomed into your progress in a diary or calendar that outlines a realistic amount of time to eliminate the bad habit. If you are drinking 5 cups of coffee in the morning and have a goal of cutting down to one, give yourself a few weeks to achieve this.
3. Be determined that you will really stop the behavior. Let the people around you reward your success and cheer you on the next step. This can be accomplished by setting up a “success account” that continues to reward you as you continue to succeed.
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