This practice is about:
For now, the specifics of what you decide to do are less important.
More important: you’re creating structure and routine. You’re building a daily practice of taking consistent, targeted action.
With that structure in place, the possibilities are endless for what your future 5-minute actions will become.
Make it easy. Choose “low-hanging fruit”: small, simple, practical, and almost guaranteed to succeed. So small and simple that failure seems silly.
Don’t start a big project or get over-ambitious. In terms of the small daily action, be careful of big imaginations. (There’ll be other places for big imaginations, too. 🙂
Each day, aim for 100% confidence that you can do the action.
With small, daily successes, you’ll create momentum to build on. You’ll build the confidence you need for more and bigger successes. And that confidence will be grounded in everyday real wins.
What’s one small action I can take today that would make me feel just a little more awesome?
In coaching as in life, you’re the expert of your experience.
Better than anyone else, you know your body. You know your lifestyle, abilities, wants and needs. You know your goals.
Based on what you already know about yourself, tap-in to your own expertise to choose your daily 5-minute action.
Pay attention to how you think, feel and act. Then, assess the progress.
What patterns do you notice when you make these changes?
Take what you’ve learned to adjust your expectations and find the fastest, easiest track towards your goals.
We suggest journaling about your experiences. Writing things down adds a physical element to your new habit making it more permanent for your body.
If you’re feeling unsure, here are some ideas on how to get started:
Need help? Collaborate with a coach to find the plan that’s best for you.