Have you heard about “The Fogg Method”? Well…for those who don’t, “The Fogg Method” uses the effectiveness of tiny, specific habits to create big changes in behavior. Here are some tiny habits you could add into your daily routine. Start practicing and you could change your mood, your energy, your relationships, your work and your environment in many ways.
For those who want a better physical health, they should drink a glass of water first thing when they get out of bed. Also you can park as far as you can from the door and stand up and stretch every hour.
For those who want a better mental health, they should avoid asking questions that can be answered with a simple Yes or No. Try questions that start with “What do you think about…?” and “How would you….?” or “What is your experience with…?”. Activate your Zen mood by simply sit in silence for a few minutes every day.
For those who want a better productivity at work, they should write down what they accomplished or not in that day. This type of review is a way to help your brain focus on the positive and will help you to become aware of the things that distract you from being more productive at work.
For those who want better relationships, they should write a “thank you” note every week and call, text, or email one friend or family member a day. If you value your relationships, you will improve, for sure your relationships.