What Keeps You Locked in Place By Marshall Goldsmith Sometimes...
And, there you have them. Six distinctions of behavioral triggers that will help improve our understanding of how triggers influence our behavior.
Now it’s your turn. Try this exercise. It will make you smarter about specific behaviors and help you connect them directly to your behavioral successes and failures.
While this exercise may not solve the puzzle of achieving behavioral change – it will point you in the right direction.
And, starting off in the right direction may be the greatest payoff in identifying and defining our triggers. It is an occasional but necessary reminder that no matter how extreme the circumstances, when it comes to our behavior, we always have a choice!