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FYM14 | How to Become More Consistent On What You Do

"Harness the Power of Consistency to Reach Your Goals and Live Your Best Life"

It all starts with a cue

Most people don’t know about this, but one of the secret ways to become consistent is having a cue on each activity that you want to become automatic over time. Meaning, having a good habit system.

What does it mean?

The book Atomic Habits by James Clear states that there’s a 4 Laws of Behavior Change. This law includes:

  • Cue

  • Craving

  • Response

  • Reward

Start having a cue now!

If you want to build a good habit system, start making cues that will serve as a signal to do this thing

This will always remind you that you need to do it and will drive you to do it based on a specific time.

If you keep doing this, it will become a habit until it becomes automatic in your system. You can do the habit that you are building without having any cues because you will now do it automatically.

This is because you started to program the system that you have to do this thing.

For example, if you want to start writing every 9:00 am, you can put your keyboard and laptop or a notebook and pen on your table. This will push you to write at exactly 9:00 am.

Do this for months until your body started to crave the habit and you will unconsciously do it even without having a cue.

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