Why a timeline?

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Jan 16, 2019

"Creativity Is Connecting Things" ~Steve Jobs

I read that recently and I believe

It's True


       I feel connecting a quit to a flexible timeline with milestones to look for, is an important way to approach quitting. 

      After years of seeing people come and go, I realize it may cause a new quitter to be impatient, but, time is the only way to disconnect from smoking forever.

      My goal is to get you to two years when the relapse rates drop dramatically.


and now, the three P's    

You don't get to a month if you can't make a week.

(the first 2-3 weeks are the hardest-have Patience)

You don't get to 130 days if you can't make a month.

(months 2, 3, and four are when people disappear Persistence)

You don't get to two years if you smoke.

(The relapse rate drops to 2-4% at two years. Peace with the addiction)