There are so many important life-changing habits - with which habits should you start? #HabitsThatStick
If you could choose only one or two new (beneficial) habits to create in the next couple of weeks — what would they be? If we want to progress to our goals, we need to develop good habits.
Realizing that every person is different, this is not an easy question to answer. But for all of us, the following is true - we all are held back by bad habits, and we all are propelled forward by good habits. With that in mind, check out the suggestions below, and decide which one or two habits would you start with? (There are many more! Let your mind flow)
Attempt to think positive. The most important thing you can do is to improve your thoughts. Do not allow negative thoughts to point your life's direction. Teach your brain to think positive ones instead, and you will succeed. Become more aware of your negative self-talk by writing them down throughout the day. Soon you will be more attentive, and able to change your thoughts without even noticing!
Much of our daily stress stems from finances. Keep a journal of your expenses. Track every cent spent and see where your money is going. Make the adjustments to work towards your financial goals.
Be attentive not to multi-task. You will be much more productive, have less stress, and you will get more done. Focus on one task or one goal at a time.
Live with gratitude. This simple but effective habit will shift your focus to all good around you and prevent you to be frustrated about what you don't have. This shift in perspective will allow you to replace dissatisfaction with happiness. Cultivating the habit of gratitude helps you to (re-) discover the beauty that can be found in your life. Being grateful will allow you to develop a deep appreciation even for the little things in life. More important, gratefulness will make you spend much less time in the pursuit of more.
Define your priorities. Concentrate your time and energy on the things in your life that matters most to you. Get rid of everything else. This will free space to concentrate on the important stuff to get things done. If you have too much on your plate, you will not get things done. Set specific goals and then break it up in smaller pieces where you can. Be specific and make sure that the goals are realistic and achievable
To exercise every day is one of the most important daily habits. You need not go to the gym, a brisk walk would be fine to! It will contribute to your overall health and happiness.
Read more. Reading more will increase your creativity and decision making skills, and that is not all - it will also improve your memory. Try reading 15 minutes every day, on topics you enjoy.
Plan your next day before you go to sleep at night. This way your time will be optimized and your day will be less stressed. Make a to-do list for the next day before you go to bed.
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