4 Tips to Achieve Positive Habits


4.  Plan for your celebration

In closing…please, please celebrate yourself.

No matter how small or insignificant you think the accomplishment is, it matters! You’ve worked hard. Maybe you’ve prepped financials every Monday morning for the past month as planned, treat yourself and have some ice cream! Or maybe you woke up every morning this week ten minutes earlier to visualize your success with clients…treat yourself to an extra three minutes in the warm shower. Similar to the creation of the new habits, the celebration doesn’t need to be huge and extravagant; let it be small and easy. But let me be clear- ENJOY IT!

Now, it’s your turn to share. What other strategies have you used to help you be successful in creating new habits?

In this post I mentioned how I used the word “engaged” instead of busy. In my next post of this 8-part series “Self-Awareness for the Emerging Entrepreneur,” I’ll share with you how I’ve used language to set me up for accomplishing my dreams and goals. I’m excited to share that one. Stay Limitless!

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Liz Garciahttp://www.staylimitless.com/
Liz is a Speaker, Life Coach and Leadership Trainer with Stay Limitless, which she founded in 2011. Liz has been coaching and developing leaders for over 12 years, 10 of those working in the educational non-profit arena. She has guided and overseen the development of over 1,000 leaders. Liz recently served as a Group Facilitator for the Latina Global Executive Leadership Program founded by negotiation expert Dr. Yasmin Davidds and run in partnership with the USC Marshall School of Business. Liz is a former member of the Boards of Directors for the California Latino Caucus Institute’s Madrinas Padrinos Leadership Program and the National Latina Business Women Association – LA Chapter. Liz has a Bachelors in Sociology from San Jose State University and a Masters in Education from Harvard University. You can find more about Liz and sign up for her free newsletter.

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