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How to succeed at behavioural change

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Ok, so it’s the middle of January already and chances are many people’s resolutions for the new year have already crashed and burned. If you’re wanting to make lasting change, here are a few tips we’ve given people when we’ve held Behavioural Change workshops in the past. If you’re prepared to do the little bit of work they take, your chances of sticking to your goals are much higher:

1. Structure, Structure, Structure
It’s most often the case that when we make a wish list of new year resolutions, it’s exactly that – a list of wishes with no supportive structure in place to help us realise the changes as habits. The sort of structure that will help you succeed requires some effort and attention, but the results in the long run make it absolutely worthwhile. […]

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