03 May Adopt these habits right NOW and improve your life immediately
via the Ladders by Thomas Oppong
Successful people don’t just drift off to the top. Getting there requires focused action, personal discipline and lots of energy every day to make things happen,” says American author and entrepreneur Jack Canfield.
Jack couldn’t be more accurate.
Don’t let old habits hold you back in life.
Take control of your habits and improve the quality of your life.
Build a system for everything you do
It pays to build systems to keep your life on track.
In “How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big,” author Scott Adams explains: “ … A system is something you do on a regular basis that achieves your odds of happiness in the long run. If you do something every day, it’s a system. If you’re waiting to achieve it someday in the future, it’s a goal.”
Systems are the foundations of a better life and great work.
Using systems can make your life easier.
A system provides you with an inner guidance system and a equip you with the power of habit.
A structure in your life and some routines that help you every day and keep you on the right track is better than a single shot at getting something done.
Start anything with a clear goal and focus on a system to achieve it.
Many people have different successful systems that guide how they work and what actions to take at any point in time to achieve the bigger purpose.
If your current system of work doesn’t work or give the desired results you expect, make a change, create a new system and take steps every day to stick to it.
By spending a little bit of time figuring out what will work best for you and your habits, you can put yourself in a great position to get out of your head and get things done.
Reserving an hour each day for something you absolutely want to get done can be a great system that can help you achieve your big goal.
Guardian’s Oliver Burkman says, “…focusing on a system means focusing on what you can control (your actions) rather than what you can’t (the endlessly unpredictable external world). Keep working your system and you’ll maximize the chances that success will find you.”
You can start building systems one habit at a time.
Focus on incremental progress and consistency to lay the foundation for getting things done.
A daily or weekly routine, a consistent application of even small habits, will transform your life more effectively than striving for an overwhelmingly large goal without a consistent routine to achieve it…
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