Your life is composed of habits.
Habits are things you do in your routine (every day, every week, every month, etc).
For example, the habit of eating healthy everyday.
And creates momentum.
If you eat healthy everyday, in a year your health will be even better.
If you DON’T eat healthy everyday, in a year your health will be the same or worse.
Adopting the habits that will bring you closer to your goals every single day.
Your goals in your health…
Your goals in your relationships…
Your goals in your finances…
And your goals in your happiness…
1) Consistency: You must make the habit a daily, weekly, or monthly routine.
2) Sustainability: You should be able to do the habit for months without stopping and without much difficulty.
3) Improvement: You should be able to improve the habit over time.
For example, you can eat better everyday. It’s consistent (you can do it everyday), it’s sustainable (you start where you are and you keep it without problem) and you can improve it over time.
To know what your goals are in your health, your relationships, your finances and your happiness.
When you know what you want in each area of your life, it’s much easier to meet these goals.
Make a list of what you want in each of these areas to be clearer about your goals.
And if you want, also make a list of what you don’t want in each of these areas to avoid unnecessary obstacles along the way.
The last step is to find and adopt the best habits that will help you achieve these goals.
You can adopt habits like good nutrition, exercise, digestive detoxes, getting enough sleep, waking up at a certain time, drinking water as soon as you wake up, maintaining good posture, deep breathing, meditating, stretching, among others…
You can adopt habits such as expressing gratitude towards others, sharing your time and abundance with the special people in your life, telling the truth when it’s difficult, treating yourself well, among others…
You can adopt habits like saving a certain percentage of your income every month, making budgets every month, investing money in areas of your expertise, taking courses to expand your knowledge, among others…
You can adopt habits such as taking time off to do activities you enjoy, taking naps during the day if you need them, reading books that interest you, doing activities with people close to your life, traveling and seeing the world, among others…
The important thing is to create habits that you can continue doing for a lifetime and that bring you closer to your goals.
Over time you can improve these habits and have better results in your life!
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