The 21/90 Rule
Its the new year and what better way to start than with the 21 day plan.
You may have heard a popular catchphrase that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. Science and real-world experience tells us that it actually takes a MINIMUM of 21 days, but on average between 60 to 90 days. So, for most people, 90 days (or 3 months or 12 weeks—however you look at it) is a much more effective and realistic timeframe to incorporate a new behavior into your life.
This is how it works normally it’s a proven research by science and real world experience that when humans practice a habit consistently(ritually) for 21 days the body and the mind most times gets used to it. Meaning it sticks .Then when they carry it out this same act for 90 days which is like 3 months it doesn’t just become a habit it becomes a lifestyle. . So let’s say you start consistently for 21 days and make it takes between 60 days to 90 days for it to be on cruise control. For anyone who has tried this the key experience isn’t even in the numbers but mostly on what you are fast becoming so lets assume you don’t make it in 21 days or 90 days which is normally rare you definitely would not be the same person you were when you .Started especially if you had an accountability partner and took note of the changes observed this period.