Each year as the new year approaches, many of us start thinking about the resolutions we want to make. But how often do these goals turn into long-term habits?
Fresh Tri Founder & CEO, Kyra Bobinet, appeared on Fox News to discuss the science behind lasting behavior change and why traditional performance-based resolutions may not be the most effective approach.
The practice-and-iteration approach that Dr. Bobinet references involves trying on a new habit as a trial period. Then, when the practice no longer works, you iterate by tweaking and adjusting until you find the next thing that fits your life. By taking this approach, you can avoid the sense of failure that often comes with traditional performance-based resolutions, which can halt progress and negatively impact mental health.
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