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.
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.
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.