It happens to all of us. We screw up something and then have to fix it. Often "fixing it" means having a tough conversation. Many people don't like to do that, and they certainly don't like anticipating it. Here are three tools for you to help set yourself up for success: 1) Learning lab; 2) Label; 3) Forgive yourself.
Pick one idea and try it, or make up your own and try it. Commit to something, refine it and let it lead you to a different future. The more quickly you turn a new habit into a routine, the less effort and willpower it requires. The goal is to "embed" your new habit so you don't have to think about it, just like brushing your teeth or reading to your kids when they go to bed, just part of the routine.