You Are in Control of Your Life! You Are Responsible For Your Success Or Failure!
Good intentions are not enough. It’s hard work to meet someone’s plan. We, humans, are certainly poor if we follow our plans. We change duality. We want to lose weight, but we also love food. People can resist their desires (temptations) by applying these strategies of resistance.
A Can-Do attitude.
The basis of self-discipline is to become free and responsible for our actions. Research shows that people can work better and cope with stress when they feel controlled. Believe that everything is beyond your control and probably the same.
You must have a goal. The goals largely determine our decisions. The more accurate the accuracy, the better people will achieve. A very abstract goal may not be possible (for example, to become healthy). Instead of “being healthy” a person can search, for example, to search for “every day to walk at least 30 minutes, which is more specific and easier to control the goal. Monitor effective goals in accordance with SMART criteria: specific, measurable, achievable, real and time.
Self-control is a feedback form. Goal accomplishments can be improved by a simple task scheduling strategy: creating if-then plans that combine a specific trigger situation with concrete behavior. For example: “If I ordered something for dinner at a restaurant, choose a vegetarian dish:” If people abuse me, I take a deep breath and count to 10. “Repeated practices to strengthen the links between the situation and the expected data connection to create if-then plans can help control behavior in this area to prevent the will to run out, and the person is now on autopilot. the planned operation is activated as soon as the link., or be distracted, can rely on good habits. follow the progress on the way to the goal, although it can direct the appropriate concentration of stopwatch dietary action is often harmful actions and self-control help us become experts in our behavior. It will make it harder to change your habits there.
The more you want to achieve the goal, the greater the chance that you will make the necessary efforts and sacrifices to reach it. People dedication to something can depend on their value and the likelihood that value is actually going to happen. The relationship between these two factors is multifaceted. This means that motivation is not the goal if the target value is zero, regardless of the probability of success. In addition, there will be no motivation if the probability is relatively small.
An important element of motivation is the ability of an experienced person to achieve this goal. People will be motivated to change if they think it is impossible for them. Given the difficulty of people with poor faith in themselves a little doubt about their ability to fulfill l this task, and people tend to have strong faith to continue their efforts to cope with the task in trouble.
“Willpower” means the power or the psychic energy of resistance to other temptations to achieve its goal. Self-control depends on limited resources that act as energy or energy. People use this source when they control themselves. If you have only one goal, self-control is more effective than the conflict of two or more goals. As Plato said: “Do one and help me.”
To avoid temptation, the situation must be carried out, which can lead to unwanted desires and take active steps to ensure that someone does not have problematic demands. E.g., Stylist avoiding the situation, you may find that unhealthy food production will be less visible, for example. For example, unhealthy, but tempting food at home.
Self-Control As a Pattern of Behavior.
Although physical independence from today and tomorrow is really enough, the fact that action today will affect tomorrow’s action remains. Professor Rachlin said that self-control is caused by “behavior patterns” in time rather than individual “acts”. The decision to quit is the decision to start behavioral treatment. Tonight in cigarette smoke it is impossible to see the difference between today’s activities and connection behaviors for many days and nights away. If there is no fog tomorrow, tomorrow it will be easier to smoke or smoke tomorrow. As a result, the next day it’s easier to quit smoking and so on.
Goal accomplishments can be improved by a simple task scheduling strategy: creating if-then plans that combine a specific trigger situation with concrete behavior. For example: “If I ordered something for dinner in a restaurant, choose a vegetarian dish” If I abuse people, take a deep breath and count to 10. “Repeated practices to strengthen the links between data and the situation in the future, if-then plans are distracted them well can help to transfer the control behavior in this area to avoid exhaustion of the will, and the person is now on autopilot. the planned operation is activated as soon as the link. Enter or habits.