“Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” ― Jim Ryun
Whether we like it or not, a big part of what we do in life is governed by habits. Even more importantly, habits can lead us to think and feel in certain patterns.
Since habits are so powerful, it’s worth paying attention to the ones that are most effective.
Success can seem like a great mystery — some people are destined for it while others aren’t.
But that’s probably not the case. While luck and genetics may play a role, there are certain learnable behaviors which make success more likely.
Have you ever wondered why certain people are more successful than others?
Why some people make significantly more money than others?
But this is not just about finances. It’s about achieving goals which are personal and meaningful because truly this is where success happens – when you achieve something of value to you.
The difference between wealthiest and poorest people in the world are their daily habits.
Studies have shown that our habits make up 40% of our working hours. That means that 4 out of every 10 minutes, all day, every day, we operate on autopilot.
Habits are neural pathways stored in the basal ganglia, a golf ball-size mass of tissue right in the center of our brains, in the limbic system.
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Once you do that your chances of success, be it financial, health or relationships will skyrocket.
And best of all, you are going to be learning proven-to-work principles and techniques that successful people do on a daily basis, you won’t be learning dry theory.
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