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Creating Good Habits

Creating Good Habits

  1. Start Strongly – start with a strong WHY
  2. Set Yourself Up to Succeed – eliminate distractions
  3. Think Addition, Not Subtraction – focus on what you will get not what you lose.
  4. Make a Public Commitment 
  5. Find a Success Buddy –a friend or a coach
  6. Set up Some Competition – compare the results with yesterday's progress
  7. Celebrate – training your brain is much like training a dog so don’t underestimate the power of small, simple rewards for good behavior.

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A learner who loves to share wisdom on personal growth, happiness, and success on Deepstash. Topics include motivation, habits, goals, and mindset. Believes that everyone can achieve their dreams with the right attitude and action.

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