Another Tony Robbins concept:
Your behaviors are actually secondary to changing your outcomes. The behaviors you have are the direct result of your beliefs. The things you believe drive your actions.
So, if you want to change the things you’re doing, the important thing to focus on is not the actions — it’s the beliefs that are leading to the actions. If you never work out and you want to change that, forcing yourself to go and exercise may work one time, or even for a week. But if the belief is that exercise is tedious and a waste of time and money remains, you’ll slip right back into your old patterns in no time.
If, however, you change the belief about exercise — that it’s vital for your physical and mental well-being, and will help you lead a better life in all facets — then the behaviors are easy.
So if there’s something you want to change about your life — and we all have something — change what you believe about it.
Your actions will dutifully follow.