Are you interested in starting a change in your lifestyle and have already a target in mind?
Do you feel really engaged and inspired to take these steps for moments and other moments feel like it is better to leave things as they are?
At the same time, you don’t want to give up this goal and would like to know what is going on?
Then, what you need is to understand better in which stage of the change process you are to assess your readiness for taking this goal.
When you are aware of this, you will be able to know the level of commitment and actions you need to put during this transition of change.
Professor of Psychology James O. Prochaska, Carlo Di Clemente and colleagues developed the Transtheoretical Model of behavior change (TTM) in 1977, which purpose is to assess an individual's readiness to act on change from the 5 different stages below:
How do you know if you are ready for change?
Three powerful questions can support you to understand your readiness to start this change towards our goal:
Remember that one of the most important steps when starting a change towards our goal, needs to be duly assessed to identify and understand our challenges.
In this way, we will be able to adapt and incorporate these to a well-defined action plan to support us through the change journey.