"A Commonsense Solution For Self-Improvement"
Do you feel you've really tried to reach your goals, but it's just not working? You have read several self-help books, but all their good advice gets lost in the daily grind. Maybe you have a troublesome student that needs to change his/her ways. Bad habits can be very hard to break and new ones just as difficult to develop. Finally there is a solution. This simple yet practical method for self-improvement can be used by anyone 6 to 106. Its versatility can be applied to developing a plethora of new habits and breaking innumerable old habits, such as:
When attempting to change behavior, we need a daily, hourly, even minute-by-minute in our face reminder and reinforcement of our proper course of action. That is the intention of this solution kit: to provide you with a set of visual tools that motivate you to instill Discipline, to learn to say No, to be Respectful of ourselves and each other, to never stop Learning and to have the Persistence to use these tools to accomplish these and other tasks. The approach is not as much telling you what to do, but to get you to do it; to not only recognize a problem, but to offer a solution and the accessories to support it.
The premise of the solution is write your goals on the back of the letter(s), and then place it closest to the area or object where you need a reminder to discontinue a bad habit, and/or motivation to initiate or improve upon good habits. It is similar to placing something on the floor directly in front of the door, so as you leave you either remember it, or trip over it. For example, lets say your goal is to lose weight. You know that one of your biggest downfalls is visiting the refrigerator and snacking in between meals. Attach the N for No at eye level on the refrigerator door with the enclosed magnet to help curb and eliminate grazing.
Another example would be to encourage students to start and finish assignments
and projects on time, and to complete what they set out to accomplish
without quitting part-way through. This holds true especially when they
are learning something new and difficult. They would paperclip the D for
Discipline to their homework folder, and place the P for Persistence in
a plastic letter stand at their study area.
There is nothing wrong with having a problem. There is only something wrong with having a problem, realizing it, and not taking the proper steps to fix it. T. D
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