There are good habits and bad habits


Develop good habits!


good habits will take you where you want to go


Your habits have gotten you to where you are today. You may have good habits or you may have bad habits, but rest assured, they have gotten you there.


Maybe you are in the habit of eating fast food. If so, you may have a weight issue. You may have a habit of reading self development books for 20 minutes a day. If you are doing that, then you could be making big improvements to your life, every day.


You could have a habit of watching TV all night and falling asleep on the sofa with the remote in your hand. Or maybe you’ve given up TV and your are on the phone every night, trying to build your business.


You could be up to your ears in debt, because you have the habit of spending money that you don’t have. Or you could have the habit of putting aside 10% of your income, every payday and you’re building a nice nest egg for your retirement.


I read an article, the other day. It was about a bunch of people who loved to play the lottery. Most of them were struggling, financially and they played the lottery in the hopes of striking it rich. They had the typical visions of paying off their debt, buying a big house, taking lots of vacations and living the good life. As luck would have it, these people all won. Some of these people won $10,000,000 or more. All of them had won at least $1,000,000. The sad part was that all of the stories ended up the same way. These lottery winners spent all the money. They wound up right back where they started. They were back in debt and struggling.


Why did this happen?


with bad habits you'd blow $1,000,000


Everyone thinks that, “If I had a million dollars, I’d be set for life!” I think the stories of the lottery winners bust that theory. These people were rich, beyond belief and now where are they?


They were the same people with the same bad habits that got them to where they were before they won. After they won the lottery, they had a lot of money. Unfortunately, they kept doing the same things that they were doing before they won and they blew all of the money and then some.


Breaking bad habits is one the hardest things to do. It’s probably more difficult than implementing a new habit.


The only advice that I can give you regarding breaking habits and forming new ones is to start slowly and build from there. If you are breaking a habit, start to cut down instead of trying to rid yourself of it all at once. If you are trying to quit smoking, you can cut down on the number of cigarettes you smoke each day. If you smoke 20 cigarettes per day, start with only smoking 19 per day. You can do that until you get used to it, then smoke 18 per day. Yes, it will take a while, but there aren’t too many people who can stop smoking “cold turkey.”


The same holds true for forming a new habit. Start out by doing something that you can do. If you want to read self development books for 30 minutes per day, you can start off by reading for 5 minutes per day. You can add in 2 minutes of reading, for your second week. Soon enough, you’ll be reading for 30 minutes per day.


If you want to truly change your life, you need to change your habits!


You see, it doesn’t matter what you are willing to do, it only matters what you are willing to do every day. The easiest way to do something every day is to make it a habit. Then you’ll just do it, because that’s just what you do.



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