While you might think that your destiny is written in stone and that you are either born a hyper-achiever or you just can't create habits, the truth is that you can.
I used to think hyper-achievers were some kind of special kind of people and that there was no way I could change my personality.
I always thought that I didn't like doing exercise, I was never going to be the kind of girl that does any kind of sport, just because I had never done it before.
Well, I was wrong. As I started working from home I had more free time and I decided to enroll in a gym as soon as they reopened thinking I was going to pay and quit. I didn't. It's been a year and I have never skipped a class, I made friends in the gym, I enjoy going to every class and I'm happier than ever. I feel healthy, strong and I enjoy how far I've come.
It was a small change that made several aspects of my life change too because now I knew I could take up a healthy habit, do something new I thought I was totally incapable of, and I actually won the perfect attendance award of the year. I'm very proud of my journey.
Now I know that hyper-achievers are just normal people who organize their lives, and you can do it too.
I know I'm of no eminence, but these steps helped me change an aspect of my life I had been trying to change since I can recall, so without further ado, here are 5 Steps to create a habit if you are not a hyper-achiever.