“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” ~ Aristotle.
What habits do you have in your daily life?
In your personal routine?
In your business or work life?
Do they contribute and help you achieve excellence?
Or are they sabotaging your goals and introducing to your life more of what you don’t want.
Habits go unnoticed.
What habits do you have? Do you bite your nails? Have that beer after work?
Do you stop and listen when your children speak?
Jog first thing?
Do you have a habit you want to keep?
A habit you would like to break?
Or a habit you would like to start?
We can use habits to assist in improving outcomes and achieving goals; or we can allow them to have a negative impact on our lives.
“Habit” is defined as “an acquired behaviour pattern regularly followed until it has almost become involuntary” or “a customary practice or use”, “a custom” or “a dominant or regular disposition or tendency; prevailing character or quality” or “addiction”. Give your habits some thought.
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