How do you help your family begin more habits?

Hunter U.
Start following simple. Try giving them small challenges.

First decide what habits they want to have in their life and start with baby steps. Set an alarm for it. Make a target of 3-5 days first.

Make some early arrangements so that you do not forget about it. Such as keep running shoes nearby of you want to have running as a regular habit.

Try giving common goals to family members. This will help them make a team which will help them progress together.

Albertino F.
I try to set a good example. If I say that we all need to start making something a habit and I only do it a couple times then they won’t join in. If I say I’m going to do something and I continue it and my family actually notices the changes, they are more likely to make some habits themselves.

H Seyin G.
The only way that I have found helpful is to lead by example. If you want to help your family begin more habits, you have to show them the way by you beginning and maintaining habits.

Tobias X.
What I’ve done is try to include them in my habits and even got my wife the app as well. It works well, but even so creativity comes in, help them get into it by doing a a habit they enjoy with you !

Alexandra X.
The only way that I have found helpful is to lead by example. If you want to help your family begin more habits, you have to show them the way by you beginning and maintaining habits.

Annegrete Q.
I try to set a good example. If I say that we all need to start making something a habit and I only do it a couple times then they won’t join in. If I say I’m going to do something and I continue it and my family actually notices the changes, they are more likely to make some habits themselves.

Valerie X.
The only way that I have found helpful is to lead by example. If you want to help your family begin more habits, you have to show them the way by you beginning and maintaining habits.

Judd J.
I try to set a good example. If I say that we all need to start making something a habit and I only do it a couple times then they won’t join in. If I say I’m going to do something and I continue it and my family actually notices the changes, they are more likely to make some habits themselves.

Joel B.
I try to set a good example. If I say that we all need to start making something a habit and I only do it a couple times then they won’t join in. If I say I’m going to do something and I continue it and my family actually notices the changes, they are more likely to make some habits themselves.

Brandon E.
The only way that I have found helpful is to lead by example. If you want to help your family begin more habits, you have to show them the way by you beginning and maintaining habits.