F*it Habit Planner
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Habit Planner
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My goal habit is...
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Word this concisely - you're going to flesh out the details below
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How have my previous attempts at this failed?
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The more honest you are here, the better! What derailed you last time? What barriers (physical, emotional, financial, etc.) did you face?
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How can I avoid making these mistakes again?
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Think of strategies for working through your previous mistakes. What do you wish you'd done differently?
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How can I make my environment conducive to my success?
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Think of simple changes that will make your habit as easy as possible to do.
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What's the trigger?
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Which current habit can you attach your new habit to? Ideas include when you wake up, after breakfast, when you get in from work, etc.
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What are my criteria for success?
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Small, frequently achievable goals are the best. Think along the lines of "I will do my new habit seven days in a row", or "I will eat veggies at two meals a day".
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How will I be accountable?
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Ticking it off of a list, telling a friend, posting updates on social media. Make it something you find rewarding.
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A year has passed and my habit is now a way of life. What did I do right?
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Think through what went well, what you've achieved, and what positive differences your habit is making to your life. Talk as though this has already happened.
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What do I need to achieve in smaller increments to work towards my goal?
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This could be weekly steps, monthly, quarterly or even yearly for longer term goals. Use this to give yourself smaller targets to help you along your way.
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Date of this plan:
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Date of 1st review:
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Date of 2nd review:
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And now, just do it!
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Every time you take a step towards building your habit, congratulate yourself. If you stumble along the way, revisit these plans and make changes if necessary. It doesn't matter how many times you fail at something, as long as you are prepared to reflect on what went wrong and try again. Failing is part of the process!
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