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We all have our routines.
Things we do pretty much the same day in day out.
We’ve developed a habit of a series of activities over time.
Often without really realising it.
But there are certain parts of our life that we pretty much do on auto pilot with little to no thought.
And that’s fine.
Until it isn’t.
Take away the O, I, N and E from ‘Routines’ and what do we have left?
“a habit or pattern of behaviour that has become dull and unproductive but is hard to change”
Behaviours that aren’t really serving us.
But have just become ingrained habits we do without much thought.
As we’ve mentioned before, a habit has parts.
And by knowing what those parts are and recognising them in what we do, we stand a much better chance of changing them.
Cue, Craving, Response, Reward.
The thing that starts that chain of thought……….
The desire to to the thing………..
The thing we do………..
And what we get from it.
All habits have these sections.
All routines are just habits.
All ruts are made of of these four parts.
Only by realising that and looking where and how those things are happening where we have ‘ruts’ do we have any chance of changing them.
Of getting unstuck from those ruts we are in.
Speaking of “getting stuck” – I’ll cover that tomorrow 🙂
J Hall (I dropped the O and N but it’s not all that obvious is it?)
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