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To Cement A New Habit, Optimize For Repetition

By T

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle

A few days ago, I was entering the miles I ran last week into my tracking sheet (I’m a nerd like that). I looked at the total distance for the year so far and realized my shoes were in dire need of replacement. “So that’s why my feet are getting so torn up and my joints have been sore,” I muttered.

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Daily Habits Of Successful People: It’s All About Routine

By Brian Tracy

The most successful people all have certain habits in their daily routines. These habits help contribute to their success and can be considered good habits to form for yourself.

It could also be something more elaborate such as spending most of your morning in bed like Winston Churchill. Churchill would wake up at 7:30am daily, eat breakfast, read his mail and newspaper until 11am. Read more

Reflections on 2016 and Planning for 2017

By Christopher Burton, M.D.

I can’t believe I’m sitting down to write my last batch of articles for the year. December has officially arrived. This article is going to be different than most, though. This week I’m not going to be throwing out a bunch of sage advice. What I am going to do is ask questions. Specifically, I’m going to give you questions that you can ask yourself as you reflect back on 2016 and prepare for 2017. Read more

7 Powerful Ways To Sustain Your Habits!

By Gin Seah

As you know, we are all creatures of habit. Whatever we do repeatedly, we become. All of us have good and bad habits, some are easy to break, some seem impossible to even scratch it. Have you ever wondered why New Year Resolutions always fail?

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7 Scientifically-Proven Habits To Boost Success

By Nile Bijoux

With how easy it is get distracted by the Internet these days, even Microsoft have said humans’ attention span has dropped from 12 seconds to 8, a second lower than a goldfish. That’s right, we’ve been outclassed by fish. Inevitably a lower attention span leads to lower productivity and thus a lower rate of success. In light of this, here are seven scientifically-proven habits to help you put that goldfish in its place. Read more

4 Ways To Stick To Your Goals When You Can’t Stop Procrastinating

By Dean Yeong

Early in the year, we set goals. We know the things that are important to us and the actions we need to take in order to achieve our goals.

We all want to double our income, eat healthily, spend more time with family and exercise to lose weight. But most of us never get started, and those who do start stop after a few attempts.

Procrastination is a hot topic to discuss. It simply means we’re not doing something, or that we’re delaying the things we set out to do. We all know how bad is it to procrastinate. Read more

Why You Should Always Have a To-do List

By Eseohe Ebhota & Prisca Ekokuje-Emadu

We all encounter days when there are a million things we want to do, but don’t know how to get them all done. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the massive workload that we must do daily.

Sometimes, because of our busy schedules, we tend to lose track of some loose ends and forget to do important things. Read more

Financially Fit: Daily Habits of the Wealthy

By Thomas C. Corley

If you think becoming rich is about luck, think again. It may have more to do with how you spend your day, beginning with the hour you wake up. Read more

How the Rich Create Their Dream Life by Converting Goals Into Daily Habits

By Thomas C Corley

Most who pursue goals never achieve them. According to a University of Scranton study, only 8% achieve their goals. Why? Because in order to achieve your goals you must first change your habits. And habits are not easy things to change. Read more

8 Lessons Learned Studying World-Class Achievers

By Marty Fukada

As someone who has aspirations but, admittedly, is not world-class at anything, I’m always curious about the origins of those who are the very best at what they do. I’ve learned eight lessons from studying the elite in professions from athletics to business and, occasionally, art to find out what makes them tick and how they reached such rarified air. Read more

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