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You think what you believe and your behavior follows your beliefs. Changing behavior involves more than just changing your mind – you must change what you believe. (Dodd, Ray. The Power of Belief. p 66. VA: Hampton Roads Pub. Co. Inc., 2003.)

Identify the behavior you want to change and make an internal representation (picture) of that behavior, then create a new picture of how it looks when you exhibit the new behavior. Give your brain a pattern to follow. (Robbins, Anthony. Unlimited Power. p 100-102. NY: Fireside, 1986.)