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oleh vathan diva (2019-04-16)

I like 40 days. Yogic  Becoming Limitless  science teaches that it takes 40 days to create or change a habit. Some people prefer 30 days because it generally coincides with a month. Others go for 60 days. Whatever you decide, I would recommend against any less than 30 days because you want to make sure that you are at it long enough so that your habit takes hold.

In addition to picking a time frame long enough to cement your habit, understand that at the end of 40 days (or 30, or 60), you have the freedom to decide what to do next. You may decide you want to continue and adopt this habit into your permanent lifestyle. Or, you may want to tweak it, say, instead of cutting down TV time to 30 minutes a day, you might want to eliminate it completely (just think of the hours of your life you will gain back!). Or, you might decide to discontinue the habit altogether. The key here is to know that you have the option, and that you're committed for now for only 40 days.

Chances are, if the habit is a good fit for you, by the time the 40th day rolls around, the habit will be so well ingrained and you'll be experiencing all of the positive benefits resulting from it, that you'll want to continue for the rest of your life. For me, my 40-day commitment to daily running had such an amazingly positive ripple effect throughout other areas of my life , that it is something I have committed to for the rest of my life. I'd be crazy not to!Reflection: What's your time frame? 40 days? 30 days? 60? What date are you beginning your new habit, and when will the time frame end?Commit!100%.Now that you know exactly what you'll be doing and for how long, it's time to make it real by making a solid commitment.

Anything less than a 100% commitment will work against you and in a moment of weakness you will likely waver and lose ground.So make that commitment, from the heart, and know with every ounce of your being that for the next 40 days you are going to do this one thing that you are committing to.As Jack Canfield says: "99% is a bitch and 100% is a breeze." Anything less than a 100% commitment will undermine your efforts.