Why does it take time to change?
The reality is that for a majority of people changing habits that have been learnt over a lifetime does not happen instantly, although in some cases this is possible if they recognise that those habits are personally damaging.
The good news is that small changes can have a major impact and we have a lot of evidence where people have changed one habit and moved quickly from a negative fixed mindset to one where they feel positive about life and have improved their work performance – and its not forced, its done willingly.Some habits do take longer to change. Bad habits can be stopped immediately if a person chooses to do so.
Research informs us you can change overnight but that it is longer for those deeply ingrained habits which can take up to 3 months. But let’s face it, what’s 3 months in the bigger picture.
- What makes Mind Fit different?
- What do you mean by Mind Fit is the entry point?
- What is natural learning?
- Will the process change my personality?
- Are there benefits from not changing?
- Can you change specific areas to meet organisational challenges?
- Why does it take time to change?
- What type of programmes do you provide?
- What are the benefits of your approach?
- Why should we not focus on strengths?
- What is the difference between Mind Fit and strengths?
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