Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Pain & Pleasure As Motivators

If you have got got ever tried to discontinue money splurging, smoking, imbibing or to change some major behaviour that you have habitually done for many years, you will cognize how powerful our wonts are. The word wont is spelled as H-A-B-I-T. If you wipe out the 'H', you will still have got abit of the habit. Removing the 'A', will left you bit of the habit. Now you see the picture?

Habit is deeply rooted emotions. When our subconscious head mind must take between deeply rooted emotions and logic, emotions will almost always win. Person wonts are a tough nut to crack, but like any dainty nut in a difficult shell, it is very rewarding to interrupt through the barrier retention you back.

An effectual manner to attain inside and make new empowering wonts or behaviours is to larn why we make what we do, and how much better it would be if we didn't make it!. We simply do not change long held beliefs or behaviours unless we are somehow aghast by how bad our behaviour is or we are motivated to change by seeing the profits or wages for our new actions.

To make our ain personal alterations we have got to acquire very clear about what is negative (pain) about the wont and what benefits (pleasures) we will derive by changing. List as many hurting and pleasances as possible.

By apprehension hurting and pleasance as motivators, you can move now to change your bad habits. It's one thing to cognize what to do, but another to make what you know. There are 2 types of habits: Doing and Not Doing.

We have got to continually reenforce both the hurting (creating intense hurting if we DON'T change) and the pleasance (creating intense pleasance if we bash change). The more than than ways of emphasizing the good and bad connected with the behaviour we desire to change, the more likely we will go on with the new positive habit. Pain and pleasance are powerful drive military units when we larn to concentrate them and usage them properly.

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