If we #STOP! and ask the right questions, we can enjoy healthier lives, be more focused and productive in our work, express our talents, do the things we enjoy, experience greater peace and richer relationships, and help others. So, perhaps you are ready to create a stop-doing list.
If you think willpower is all it takes to STOP any behavior, you are dead wrong. Learning to STOP behavior requires you to develop new methods for making conscious, deliberate, and disciplined decisions.
What are suggestions of things to add to our #STOP! doing list?
I welcome your feedback.
Joy to you!
Author of “STOP! 21 STOPs to Reduce Stress and Enhance Joy”
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