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Building better habits has 3 layers - habits blog 2#

Once again I am drawing wisdom and inspiration from James Clear.

Did you know that there are 3 layers of behaviour change to consider 
1. changing your outcomes- - this level is concerned with getting results eg losing weight, winning a race, achieving your goal in the 27 for Parkinson's walk...goals are often ssoicated with this level of change
2.changing your process- involves changing your habits and systems eg: implementing a new wake up time/routine for exercise, decluttering the house for better flow and less trips, developing a meditation practice
3.the deepest layer is about changing your identity. This level is concerned about changing your beliefs- involves your worldview, your self-image, your judgments about yourself and others

Outcomes - what your get
Process- what you do
Identity- what you believe

When it comes to building habits that last habits, focusing on identity 1% changes helps us focus on who we want to become , (whereas a goals foscus looks at the outcome ...and then at the end of the 27 days we go back to our old ways..)

Interesting food for thought:)

so instead of I want to walk 10,000 steps a day as a goal
I should reframe that to something like...
 I am becoming a more healthy person who enjoys being active -which is evidenced by a step count of 10,000+ per day...

Have you got any goals you'd like to reframe?

Support us as we get active for 27 days to support the Parkinson's community

We are taking part in the 27ForParkinson's Challenge to help raise funds for people living with Parkinson's - a progressive neurological condition that affects people from all walks of life.

With over 57,000 people in Victoria and 219,000 Nationally affected, your donation will make a difference to so many people.

For 27 days I will be staying active whether it be walking, running or just moving my body on behalf of the Parkinson's Community.

Will you help me make a difference? Every dollar raised has a lasting impact to the community.

Thank you to our Sponsors

$451

Iain Simpson

$106

Mark & Sue Mckibbin

Go Anne!

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Anne And Phillip Scott

Keep moving is for everyone it is so important.

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Jessica Hocking

$106

Sharon Donaldson Donaldson

$106

Paul Hastings

Keep up the good work Anne. You’re looking great!

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Shane Kirne

$106

Kay Atkins

$106

Joanna Dipnall

I hope this helps you to reach your goal for a very worthy cause - cheers from Jo

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Brendon, Alyssa & Matilda

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Susan Armour

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Anonymous

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Marize Newnham

Just a small token of support for all those people dealing with the challenges of Parkinson’s. I admire your strength and courage. Know that even though the road is a tough one, more is possible and you are supported. Now…. Let’s all get a bit fitter together!!🧠💪🏼🙏🏽🥰☀️🌬🌧👣💃🏼⛹️‍♂️🧘‍♀️

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Tania Hutchins

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Frank Hutchins

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Therese Fox

Love my beach walks with you :-)

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Brett Hutchins

From Brett, Janine and Rowan xxxooo

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Loreto Moore

A great cause and especially relevant to my family. Xxx

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Iris Whittaker

Supporting Anne Cox's goal.

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Kay Browne

Go Mimi and team!

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Ian Broadway

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Michelle Roberts

Fabulous! Go Anne x

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Jo Sheers

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Fiona

Go Girl ❤️

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Jeanette Coulter

keep walking Mim

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Mimi Morgan

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Sue And Roy

Roy and I are with you all the way xoxo

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Cathy Danaher

Go Mimi! I look forward to walking with you on one of those 27 days.

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Kim Smythe

Good luck Mimi

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Donna Sinclair

Fantastic Anne!

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Anne Cox

Here's to moving more....

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Sal Maudlin

You go Anne!

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Sue Vizzarri

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Robyn Hazlett

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Cate Anderson

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Anonymous

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Karen Murphy

Keep moving 🚶🏻‍♀️🚶🏻‍♀️🚶🏻‍♀️❤️

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Anonymous

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Gemma Ferrario

You can do it!

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Am

Good luck Mim and team

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Brian Hutchins

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Connie Woods

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Graeme Williams