January Jumpstart

 
 

Thank you for attending the January Jumpstart workshop.

Included below is a summary of the key points that Chris covered, to help you put some of the suggestions into action.  

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Top Tips

Employ the 3 R’s to Change a Habit

  • Reminder
  • Routine
  • Reward

Remember the Difference Between Outcome Goals and Process Goals

Process goals are the bite sized goals that you complete on a regular basis; they are what keep you on track

Be Self Aware with Goal Setting

Understand what is truly important to you and what are the trade offs you are willing to make

Set Up Goals that You are Intrinsically Motivated to Achieve

Where you enjoy the process rather than constantly focusing on rewards or punishment to motivate yourself

Discover which are Your Keystone Habits

These are habits that create a snowball effect and naturally have you making changes, seemingly with little effort

Four Burner’s Theory

We can’t prioritise everything at once. By looking at our four burners - family, friends, health and work - we can decide what receives more of a flame and what is put more on the back burner. 

Avoiding All Or Nothing

There will be days when you can’t complete your goal of going to the gym or cooking a healthy meal. But even if you can’t do the full goal, you may still be able to do something i.e. going for a walk after work or making some vegetables to go with your take away. 


Listen Again

To Chris’ podcast episode on setting goals and achieving them
 

Identity, Values & Priorities

Access the exercise that Chris shared, to discover how you think about your identity, values and priorities.


How can we Live Better?

James Clear’s site with articles on topics like health, happiness, creativity, productivity and more.

The Marshmallow Experiment

A short clip on the experiment Chris referred to, illustrating temptation and the hope in future rewards. 


 
Abby Hubbard