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The Compounding Benefits of Habits

The Compounding Benefits of Habits

We all know that our habits can make or break our lives.

However, let's review the facts again and ensure we truly get what is at stake. The benefits of your habits are compounding. Let's imagine you are a writer. If you spend every day writing one page, you can complete a novel after one year.

But think of all the other effects. Finishing that novel will give you a great sense of accomplishment. It will prove to you that you are not a quitter. It will also give you the self-confidence you need to finish other tasks.


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