Welcome to the Habit Journal Information Page
We want to share with you how this journal based programme can help you change the way you think and enables you to think your way to change.
This journal based programme and its techniques are set out to empower you to create new constructive and helpful habits to replace the old ones that keep you trapped. As you will discover, the Habit Journal is based on therapeutically proven methods and it is essential that the journal and its route is followed exactly, as it is the entire process that works and not just parts of it.
The first action in this Habit Programme is for you to figure out what you want, who you want to be and how you are going to be different in eight weeks time after following the carefully thought through steps. You can look at the following eight-week journey as the steps you take to new levels of knowledge, understanding and effectiveness with whatever has been interfering or holding you back before, now slinking into the past.
Exactly what is the Habit Journal?
The habit journal is actually a two part process to recognise and understand the power of habits, and how the energy of negative habits can be seized and switched from holding you back to pushing you forward.
How it works
It is a two part activity to firstly understand, and then to implement the steps required to change your negative habits into something much more constructive
Part 1: The guidance, how-to's, examples and links to additional information
Part 2: eight weeks of structured journaling and improvement exercises
What will it give you?
On completion of the journal based programme you will have a clear understanding of how you are in control of your habits. This will give you the self-confidence to take any blockages, obstacles or barriers that may be holding you back from whom you want to be and where you want to go.
Who is ABT?
Advanced Behavioural Techniques (ABT) is a UK based professional practice providing advice, guidance and direction to clients around the world, who want to improve themselves and their performance.
The authors of this journal are experienced and qualified practitioners, trainers and coaches in the field of human factors.