"The truth won't set us free - until we develop the skills and the habit and the talent and the moral courage to use it.”- Margaret Heffernan
We generally don’t behave impulsively while we’re cool, calm, and collected. We’re impulsive when we’re stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or feeling excited or euphoric.
Avoid taking any action until you’ve had time to cool your jets. Take a walk or meditate. Find a way to relax before making a decision.
Ask yourself what the smart decision is in this circumstance. Ignore your emotions and be logical. You know what you should do rather than what you feel the urge to do.
All that’s left is taking the smart action and feeling good about it.
A lot of people have discovered that hypnosis and self-hypnosis are great tools for doing all of the above!
Can you control your impulses? This is one of the most important habits because it allows you to avoid making those big mistakes that can be impossible to recover from fully. You’ve made a few huge mistakes in the past. Creating this habit will help you to avoid them.
Download my free guide to the techniques that can enrich your life, and change the destructive habits that have help you back. These are real solutions you can start using today!
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