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Improve Your World

Improve Your World

New Year. New Growth. New Habits.
Improve yourself and the rest will follow.

What are your goals for 2022?
Be Healthier. Learn More. Increase Business. Make Money. Lose Weight.

Achieving your goals
Write down what you want to achieve and how you will do it. Make achieving your goals part of your daily life…a habit. Start out small with a change that takes two-minutes. Then build on it from there. Eventually habits become a lifestyle.

How do you stay motivated to attain your goals?
Show up. Get dressed. Being present is more than half the effort battle.

Be healthy. Exercise, eat right and get plenty of sleep.

Create an environment that is conducive to the change. Your home and/or office should be a place where your habits are effortless. Make it easy. Place good things where you can see them and bad things farther away.

Here’s some examples:
Place your free weights or stationary bike in the living room so when you watch TV you use them. Place bad snacks up on the highest shelf in the kitchen or even in the garage. Don’t have your cell phone in your bedroom at night when you are sleeping.

Reward yourself for small achievements
Good habits typically payoff long term where bad habits give us immediate satisfaction making them hard to break. Give yourself little rewards along the way. Write out what you want to accomplish and break it down in progressive spots each week or month. When you reach that spot, reward yourself with something that you enjoy.

Habits compound over time.
James Clear writes and lectures about “Atomic Habits” that bring you continuous improvement. He explains how a 1% percent improvement every day will cumulatively make you 37% better by the end of the year.

“Your habits are the method through which you embody your identity and develop your sense of self.” – James Clear

Good practices bring you success and form who you are. When you improve, you will believe in yourself more. You will become who you want to be. This will steer you to get done what you want to accomplish in both your personal and business worlds.

Source: Atomic Habits by James Clear