How and When to Phase Out the MotivAider

The ultimate aim of MotivAider use is to help you create a durable self-sustaining habit. So, you've achieved maximum success when you no longer need the MotivAider in order to consistently do what the MotivAider had been prompting you to do.

Often, the benefits you experience from consistently taking a desired action will naturally reinforce the new behavior, make it self-sustaining, and make continued use of the MotivAider unnecessary. The more immediately rewarding the results of the new behavior are - and the less resistance you feel to engaging in that new behavior - the more quickly and firmly your new behavior will set. The less immediately rewarding the results are - and the more resistance you feel to behaving in the new way - the longer it will take to create a self-sustaining habit.

Once you're consistently behaving in the new desired way with the MotivAider's help, it's time to see whether the change will hold on its own. You do this by gradually phasing out the MotivAider.

Below are some rough guidelines for phasing out the MotivAider. Again these are rough guidelines rather than hard and fast rules, so please don't take them too literally. Many MotivAider users substantially abbreviate the suggested process and still get fine results.

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