The 3 P’s Of Habit Change – Persistence, Positivity, And Patience

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The 3 P’s Of Habit Change – Persistence, Positivity, And Patience

The 3 Ps of habit change are persistence, positivity, and patience. Persistence is that thing that’s going to keep you in the journey for the long run, no matter what… It creates in during habit change. Positivity fuels the trip. It gives you the motivation, the enthusiasm, the fight for the job. And having patience keeps you on the road day after day.


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3 Comments

  • Louise F

    Reply Reply October 19, 2017

    I just joined. I’m probably one of the oldest in the group. I have been drinking for over 50 years. I’ve quit so many times but now I am in trouble I think. My stomach hurts, my liver hurts and I’m scared. Just as you predicted, I’m in the situation where I have to quit.

    I have seen the YouTube posts that offer a type of hypnosis. I sort of like that; what do you think? Also I think meditation slows my brain down a little – it has a calming effect.

    Should I be watching one video a day? Two? Three? Anyway, I glad to be part of your group.

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply October 23, 2017

      Hi Louise…Did you get the welcome email? You can put these questions in the forum where you will get much more help. I love meditation, anything to calm the head. I’ve never tried hypnosis, so I’m not sure. I am posting one video a day within the group although there are quite a few to catch up on. Watch as many as you need 🙂

  • Sam

    Reply Reply January 7, 2018

    Hi Kevin, thanks for all your videos, I like listening to them on the podcast too. They help me stay motivated not just in my freedom from alcohol but also with other habits I am changing. You are such an inspiration to me! I would love to sign up for the mastermind group but I can’t afford it at this time. Maybe when my kids have grown up and moved out! But anyway thank you for all the free info it’s fantastic. Please if you have time could you recommend any books on positivity you have read? I searched on my kindle the other day and there were so many I didn’t know where to begin. Any advice on this area would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks! Sam

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