Eliminate Bad Habits
Whether weight loss or smoking, Essential Hypnotherapy Sydney sessions will work to solve current problems and improve positive thinking and change behavior. I use a variety of tools to assist every individual to help you “re-frame” your reactions and provide you with valuable tools to cope with life’s obstacles. I’m confident you’ll find my personalized Individual Therapy beneficial and inspirational. Get in touch to book an appointment.
Bad Habits That Keep You From Being Productive
Learn which behaviours keep people from reaching their full potential by reading my list here today. You’ll see a new light.
Eliminating any bad habit on this list has been proven time after time as being an effective way to gain more success in life. The first step? Knowing what those habitual actions are! Know thy enemy for thee art no match for it!
Checking social media too often – social media has become one of the most popular ways to communicate with friends and family. But what if checking it all day long is actually preventing you from being productive? This habit might be doing more harm than good, so check your social media time daily and see how much you’re using it.
Watching TV shows instead of reading books or going to bed early for better sleep – On average, Australians spend three hours each night watching television. If they cut this down by an hour every night, they would have an extra hour to do something like read a book or go to sleep earlier, which will help them feel more rested and energetic the next day.
Jumping from one task to another without finishing anything – The feeling of being overwhelmed by tasks is normal for anyone who has multiple work responsibilities. However, it can be easy to break down everything into smaller chunks so that each time we sit down at our desk; there’s only one thing on the list waiting for us. It makes productivity much more effortless.
Eating all your meals in front of a computer screen – If you are trying to lose weight or eat healthier, this habit might not be doing any favours for you when sticking with those goals. Try to eat at least one meal a day with your friends and family, or even in the break room when you are at work.
Alcohol addiction – Alcohol can be great for relaxing after a stressful day; however, it is not productive if consumed too much and too often during the week because of how dehydrating it is on our bodies. Try switching out alcohol consumption with something like green tea that has just as much caffeine without any negative side effects associated with drinking coffee all the time.
Believing that multitasking always leads to productivity – Multitasking may sound like an easy way to get more done, but research shows otherwise. Instead of doing two things simultaneously, focus on finishing tasks completely before starting new ones, so you don’t waste time in the middle of your day.
Negative self-talk – Negative self-talk can be an easy way to make yourself feel worse about a situation or keep you from believing that anything will get better. Instead, try positive affirmations such as “I am stronger than I think” when experiencing negative thoughts and feelings to not spiral out of control.
Thinking too short term – When we are faced with a problem at work, it’s tempting to want quick results; however, by thinking long term instead, we might find more creative solutions to our concerns and not just put a band-aid on something that needs more time for healing. Make sure you have patience before making any snap decisions because sometimes this will help us avoid future regrets.
Failing to take care of oneself – It’s easy to feel like we don’t have the time or energy for ourselves, but in reality, taking a little bit of time out each day is vital to our health and happiness. Making an effort every day on some self-care will eventually become a habit, and before you know it, you’ll be happier than ever.
Overestimating one’s abilities – You may think that you save yourself more time by doing less work at home. But this isn’t always true because pretty soon, all your free time disappears along with any other tasks that were once important until they became neglected as well. When faced with these choices, the best thing to do is prioritise which ones matter most to you.
Playing video games when they should be working – Gaming can be great, but it’s not worth having to cancel plans or stay up late because you spent half the day playing video games. You should always prioritise your work and other personal obligations over gaming, even if you love what you do.
Being disorganised – Being lazy about things like organising papers or making sure all of their devices are fully charged before bedtime means that they’ll have a lot less time in the morning to get everything done. It may seem like a waste at first, but the organisation is crucial for those who want to maintain an efficient schedule.
Accepting every task – If there comes a time when someone has too many tasks on their plate, then they need to start saying no more often than yes.
Impulsivity – Impulsive decisions can cause them to miss opportunities like applying for jobs or purchasing tickets to events.
Never planning ahead – Planning out the week or month in advance is a great way to stay on top of things and make sure that they’re staying productive.
Do you have a bad habit?
We know that habits are difficult to break. That’s why we offer hypnotherapy to help you eliminate your bad habits and replace them with good ones. Hypnotherapy is an effective way of changing the subconscious mind, which can be more powerful than willpower alone.
Our goal at Essential Hypnotherapy is for you to live a healthier life without having to worry about those pesky habits anymore. Whether it’s smoking or overeating, our team will work with you until all your bad habits are gone. You deserve better health and happiness – give us a call today!
Frequently Asked Questions
NO you can think of the ‘parts’ within you as the different ‘roles’ you play, or actors on a stage that play different roles. So we all play different roles in life according to our jobs or life choices.
No it’s the same as a actor, cannot get stuck in a role, its according to the ‘roles’ that person might play at work that determines that ‘part’.
Its like changing behaviour when a person goes into a rage easily and later regrets the way they acted. Or drinks too much and feels really bad the next day. It could apply to anything you do that you want changes in, especially when it is giving you a bad wrap at work or causing you to underperform either with school results or work performance/ results.
People generally are surprised how quickly it works, far faster than general therapy because it goes directly to the heart of the issue (internal plumbing) personality and mind that give direct answers.
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