Why do human beings do the things they do? What is the force that drives and shapes all of our emotions, actions, qualities of life, and ultimately, our destinies? Good habits lie behind many of these positive actions. The repeated actions – attending a weekly sports practice, for example – help you to build the change into your daily life.
We spend more than 40% of our days engaged in habits. Some are more noticeable, like rolling over in bed to check your phone first thing in the morning, or saying “thank you” when someone pays you a kind gesture. Others are more subtle — maybe you always put your left sock on first, or walk with your hands in your pockets. Everyone has habits — though there are, of course, good habits and bad habits. Done right, habits eliminate unnecessary decisions so you can focus on more important things.
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