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Right Minds: Change


“Ask yourself where you are now, and where you want to be instead.” -Tim S. Grover

I feel like Dr. Seuss when I say that a change is a change, no matter how small, but there is so much truth to that.

When we take a moment to evaluate our current situation and begin to envision our ideal situation, the steps in between can feel daunting. It often feels as though we must get a running start and take a giant leap in order to progress toward our goal.

Behavior change is a commitment and a process to endure. Take a look at this illustration of the Transtheoretical Stages of Change Model by Prochaska and DiClemente.

Tons of variations of this model exists, but I prefer this one because no matter what stage you identify with, you’re on the way to the top.

Before committing to change, ask yourself these questions:

  1.    What is it that I am deciding to change?
  2.   Why is it that I am deciding to change?
  3.    How will I change this?
  4.   When? (Hint: TODAY!)