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The 3-Step Formula to Build Successful Habits

Marita Edwin
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but-yeah-this-method-involves-building-these-little-websites-that-___As I’ve said countless times before, “Success leaves clues.” This means that if you want to be successful, then you simply have to look at what successful people have done before you. All successful people have successful habits – habits that they have created and refined over time because they helped them to reach their goals.

Learning how to develop a habit can be as simple as observing others who are already successful. Study successful people, and then ask yourself which of their habits would help you to reach YOUR goals.

Once you have that list, then it’s time to actively work on building those habits and making them a consistent part of your daily life.

Now what I’m about to tell you is a step-by-step method to help you create better habits.

It works because it’s simple. You don’t need complicated strategies. This template can be applied to any area of your life: business or personal. If applied consistently, it will help you achieve everything you want.

Learning how to develop a habit involves three fundamental steps:

1) Clearly Identify Your Bad or Unproductive Habits

It’s important that you really think about the future consequences of your bad habits.

These may not show up tomorrow, next week, or next month. The real impact could be years away. And when you look at your unproductive behavior one day at a time, it may not look so bad. The smoker says, “What’s a few cigarettes today? It helps me relax. I’m not wheezing and coughing.” However, the days accumulate and twenty years later in the doctor’s office, the X-rays are conclusive.

Consider this: If you smoke ten cigarettes a day for twenty years, that’s 73,000 cigarettes. Do you think 73,000 cigarettes could have an impact on your lungs? Of course!

In fact, the consequences can be deadly. So, when you examine your own bad habits, consider the long-term implications. Be totally honest with yourself. Your life may be at stake.

2) Define Your New, Successful Habits

Usually, this is just the opposite of your bad habits.

In the smoker’s example, it would be, “Stop smoking.”

When defining your new habit, what are you actually going to do? To motivate yourself, think about all the benefits and rewards of adopting your new successful habit. This helps you create a clear picture of what this new habit will do for you. The more vividly you describe the benefits, the more likely you are to take action.

3) Create an Action Plan

This is where the rubber meets the road.

In the smoking example there are several options:

  • Read how-to-stop-smoking literature.
  • Substitute something else when the desire for a cigarette arises.
  • Place a bet(not sportpesa) with a friend to keep you accountable.
  • Start a fresh air exercise program.
  • Stay away from other smokers.

The important thing is to make a decision about which specific actions you are going to implement and then you must take action.

Thanks for reading!

About the author

Marita Edwin

Marita Edwin

Hi I’m Marita Edwin, and I’m all about personal development with feet — personal development that involves action, not just reading, navel-gazing, and hoping. Through my own experiences and my work as a coach and teacher and extensionist , I’ve discovered when it comes to positive change, there are things that work and things that don’t.

If you are looking for things that work, you’ve come to the right place.

Like me, you want strategies with real-world application, not fluff or “woo woo” ideas that sound nice but leave you empty-handed. At Kampozone , and in my websites and Social media pages, you’ll find scientifically-supported, proven techniques for real, quantifiable change.

All of us have challenges and difficulties we face. We have goals and dreams we want to accomplish. As a life-long truth seeker, I’m always looking for the best ways to manage challenges, minimize suffering, and find joy and fulfillment in life. I’m still a work-in-progress myself, but I’m happy to use my “life experiments” as a resource for sharing ideas with you.

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