Quitting Smoking Step 5: Shift into your new non- smoking self

Quitting Smoking Step 5: Shift into your new non- smoking self

The New You: Unlearning a behavior that no longer serves us and shifting into a new one is a journey. It takes focus and determination. The good news is that if you have allowed yourself to take the time and work with yourself in the first four steps, you have really high chances for succeeding.

Quitting Smoking Step 4: Game plan - figure out what you are going to do instead

Quitting Smoking Step 4: Game plan - figure out what you are going to do instead

This is a great place to look into your lessons learned. Why have you failed before? What exactly happened that made you reach out for the cigarette? What were the key triggers? There’s a lot of valuable information in our failures, so make sure that you spend some time analyzing what went wrong and extract all the learning from that. For your own benefit.

Quitting Smoking Step 3: It’s all in your head - time for some solid mental clean-up

Quitting Smoking Step 3: It’s all in your head - time for some solid mental clean-up

We’ll primarily look into the reason for quitting smoking that you’ve identified in the previous step. Afterwards, we’ll touch upon negative self-talk and limiting beliefs. Your reason for quitting smoking It’s very important that your reason for quitting smoking is formulated in a positive and a believable way.

Quitting Smoking Step 2: More inner journey: determine why you REALLY want to quit

Quitting Smoking Step 2: More inner journey: determine why you REALLY want to quit

Determine your WHY: That’s an extremely important step. If you find a damn good reason for quitting smoking, it will be way easier to be successful. Changing that years-long habit is going to be uncomfortable.

Quitting Smoking Step 1: Root cause analysis - dig deep to find out why have you been smoking all this time

Quitting Smoking Step 1: Root cause analysis - dig deep to find out why have you been smoking all this time

It’s very difficult to stop smoking for good if you don’t manage the root cause of your smoking. The initial question to ask yourself here is of course: why did you start smoking in the first place? This answer can already be a great source of information.

Solved Challenge: 5 steps to win the game "You versus Your Habit"

Solved Challenge: 5 steps to win the game "You versus Your Habit"

You versus Your Habit: We have prepared a 5 step process to take you from identifying the root-cause for your habit, through to shifting into your new, habit-free self. You can apply this process to work with anything, quitting smoking included.