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2. Challenge Yourself:

2. Challenge Yourself:

There is always room for personal growth and development. Being successful and reaching new goals means moving forward,which means you always have to be learning.Set one of your goals to emphasize, whether you're saying yes to greater responsibilities at work, doing things you used to fear, or simply taking on a new challenge or learning a new skill.

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JAMES CLEAR

"Your habits shape your identity, and your identity shapes your habits"

JAMES CLEAR

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6. Build Exercise Into Your Routine:

6. Build Exercise Into Your Routine:

Like your morning routine, you don't have to run a marathon to be successful.

When building good habits, sustainability is key to working together. You're not trying to do something great at all; you're trying to permanentl...

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5. Make an Affirmation:

5. Make an Affirmation:

Make an affirmation that you repeat Over and over again.This repetition will dramatically increase the speed at which you develop a new habit. For example, you could say, "I wake up at 5:00 am each morning" Repeat these words one...

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7. Reward Yourself:

7. Reward Yourself:

Last, and most importantly, reward yourself for practicing new behaviors.Each time you are rewarded, you validate and reinforce the behavior. You immediately begin to associate the pleasure of th...

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How Habit Will Help You?

How Habit Will Help You?

Over time, you will find it easier and easier to develop the habits you want to build into your personality.Over the years, simple, powerful, and proven ways to develop new habits have been invented.develops is largely determined by the intensity of the emotion accompanying the decision to behave...

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4. Visualize Yourself

4. Visualize Yourself

Notice in your mind how you perform the desired behavior.The more often you imagine yourself behaving as if you already have a new habit, the faster this new behavior will be accepted by your subconscious and bec...

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3. Acknowledge Your Mistakes

3. Acknowledge Your Mistakes

Maybe you lack respect at work because you are always late. Or maybe it's because you're always distracted.Maybe you don't influence because you don't live up to your commitments, or maybe you don't have the

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1. Tell Others

1. Tell Others

Let those around you know that you are about to start practicing a certain behavior t's amazing how more disciplined an determined you become when you know the others are watching you see if you have the will to carry out your decisions

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syedbin

Trying to be enterpruner 🧑‍💻

Nothing to say but thoughts on my inner soul demon saying to me about HABITS

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