Monday, March 8, 2010


How does a behavior become a habit? You keep doing it. Eventually it will just be the “thing you do.” Remember when you were a kid and your parents had to tell you to brush your teeth?
Knowing this provides an inspirational insight: you have the ability to reprogram yourself. This is an important discovery. If you want to be more slim and healthy, check your habits.

Let’s say you wanted to become debt-free. You would first begin by monitoring your money habits. You understand that as you create new spending habits, you also take action to generate money, consistently put money away and so forth. And if you did this consistently – month after month, and year after year, you would reach your financial goal.

The key is being consistent. In the same way, you must commit to better health. Healthy habits are those you commit to every day, because you value the long-term benefit.People who dabble in making changes in their life will find an excuse to quit after a week or after a month. And they always have the best excuses.

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