Right Habits

1. Get up early.

Successful people tend to be early risers. This peaceful period until the awakening of the whole world is the most important, inspiring and peaceful part of the day. Those who discovered this habit claim that they did not live a fulfilling life until they started waking up at 5 am every day.

2. Enthusiastic reading.

If you replace at least part of aimless sitting in front of the TV or computer with reading useful and good books, you will be the most educated person in your circle of friends. You will get a lot of it as if by itself. There is an amazing quote by Mark Twain: “A person who does not read good books has no advantage over a person who cannot read.”

3. Simplification.

To be able to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary can speak. It is important to be able to simplify everything that can and should be simplified. This also eliminates the useless. And weeding it out is not so easy – it takes a lot of practice and a reasonable eye. But this process clears the memory and feelings of the unimportant, and also reduces feelings and stress.

4. Slow down.

It is impossible to enjoy life in an environment of constant busyness, stress and chaos. You need to find quiet time for yourself. Slow down and listen to your inner voice. Slow down and pay attention to what matters. If you can develop the habit of waking up early, this might be the right time. This will be your time – a time to breathe deeply, to reflect, to meditate, to create. Slow down and whatever you’re chasing will catch up with you.

5. Training.

Lack of activity destroys the health of every person, while methodical physical exercises will help to maintain it. Those who think they don’t have time for exercise will sooner or later have to find time for sickness. Your health is your achievements. Find your program – you can do sports without leaving your home (home programs), as well as without gym memberships (for example, jogging).

6. Daily practice.

There is an observation: the more a person practices, the more successful he becomes. Is it by chance? Luck is where practice meets opportunity. Talent cannot survive without training. Moreover, talent is not always needed – a trained skill may well replace it.

7. Environment.

This is the most important habit. It will accelerate your success like nothing else. Surrounding you with inspired people with ideas, enthusiasm and positivity is the best support. Here you will find useful tips, and the necessary push, and continuous support. What, besides disappointment and depression, will be associated with people stuck in a job they hate? We can say that the level of possible achievements in your life is directly proportional to the level of achievements of your environment.

8. Keep a gratitude journal.

This habit works wonders. Be grateful for what you already have and strive for the best. Be sure that by defining your purpose in life, it will be easier for you to “know” opportunities. Remember: with gratitude comes more reason to rejoice.

9. Be persistent.

Only the 303rd bank agreed to provide Walt Disney with a fund to found Disneyland. It took more than a million photographs over a period of 35 years before Steve McCarrey’s “The Afghan Girl” was equated with da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. 134 publishers rejected J. Canfield and Mark W. Hansen’s Chicken Soup for the Soul before it became a mega-bestseller. Edison made 10000 failed attempts to invent the light bulb. See the pattern?


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