We all have habits - conscious and unconsciously throughout the day, little things that we’ll do in a certain order, or on a regular basis. Some of them might not be visible to you or your colleagues, but they can often form the basis of an important psychological need in your day, and when they are disrupted, we can feel thrown off course.
Help other be more aware of those those micro habits, so there’s less chance of being disrupted, or that you want others to be involved in them.
How to find your answer:
1/ Use a piece of paper to map out your rough day
2/ Think about each stage of the day, and if there are any things you do habitually, like making coffee, walking a certain route, checking in with a friend.
3/ Think about things you do each day, week or month, but perhaps are not regular or always at the same time, but it’s important to you they happen.
4/ Share the ones which you think are important to be protected, or that you want to include others as part of your microhabits.
5/ Additionally, think about the things you’d like to add to the list that perhaps have fallen off in the past 18 months, or new habits you’d like to add.
Answer this question yourself, and send it to your team, so they can answer too!
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