The truth is that every time we give ourselves an excuse to quit, we get better at quitting. But every time we don’t quit, we get better at pushing through. So, both quitting and not quitting can become a habit. And an identity.
Reasons we quit :
Let's do some reverse engineering. Think back to the last time you quit or gave up on a new hobby, task, job, goal, or whatever.
Once you have it in mind take a deep look at two things:
Now, once you have zeroed in on one (or maybe more) of the reasons for why you quit, can you figure out how you might be able to remove some of the roadblocks to make it easier and more likely that you will succeed next time?
Make “no quit” Your New Habit (Brock's Weighless LIfe blog post)
The central governor model of exercise regulation (National Library of Medicine paper)
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