Setting Behavioral Goals

Have you been trying to have healthier habits but often find yourself struggling to achieve it? Well, we got news for you. That’s because you set your goals too vague, making them difficult to achieve. If you have new habits that you would like to form or old habits that you’d like to break, set small weekly goals. 

So, here’s the trick. Break your big goals down into smaller ones that are easier to attain. 

For example, instead of setting a goal to “drink more water”, set a specific aim like “drink a glass of water first thing in the morning”.

Subsequently, once you are consistently achieving your first goals, you can aim to build on it to reach the next level.