For example, if we go to the temple every day for 20 years then the evidence is, we are religious
Or if I write 1 article twice a week and after 1 or year I will feel I became a writer...
Decide the person you want to be and do small actions to win that.
• Stack the habits you want to build with leisure activity in a 3:1 ratio.
• Try to have a healthy leisure activity instead on bombarding your brain cells.
• Increase the ratio once the habit becomes part of your integral system.
"Repeat this rule until you get through the plateau of habit formation".
-visual cues are the greatest catalyst of our behavior
-a small change in what your see can lead to a big shift in what you do
-i must alter the spaces where i live and work to increase my exposure to positive cues and reduce exposure to negative cues
-be a designer of my world instead of a consumer of it
Making tiny improvements by 1% each day isn't noticeable. But 1% improvement each day or a tiny improvement over time is astounding and can be far more meaningful, especially in long run.
The 1% errors are when you replicate poor decisions, duplicate tiny mistakes, rationalize little excuses- many missteps decline 1%.
You get what you repeat. Focusing on improving 1% each day will give you a better outcome.
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