Because we are so entrenched and attached to our daily routines both in our personal and professional lives it can be hard to put real habit change into effect.
It’s easy to make a temporary change but then, over time, slip back to the same old routine.
But the truth is your accountancy firm won’t grow if you don’t identify the habits preventing it from reaching its maximum productivity.
Start simple – remember changing habits long term isn’t easy, in fact it’s hard.
Habit change by definition is a long change, some research suggests it can take between 66 and 260 days to install a new habit over an old one successfully.
To make it easier, focus on one habit at a time and use the 5 habit triggers below.
These are 5 primary ways that a new habit can be triggered. If you understand each of them, then you can select the right one for the habit you are trying to change.
- Change location
- Change time
- Which people are with you/are you alone?
- Change preceding action
- Change your emotional state
Can you and your team agree on one work habit which you would all like to change?
Can you get your team focused on the habitual change and get them on your side?
Click here to learn how to use the 5 triggers in your accountancy firm today, to drive through the habitual change needed.