From the moment you wake up to the moment your eyes close at night, most of your thoughts, words and actions are habitual. Once you have identified your dominant habits, identify the source of those habits. Most of your habits were programmed into you at a very early age without you even realizing it. Many of your habits come from observing your dominant parent or caregiver. If you are habitually late, perhaps this trait was modeled for you by someone you admire. Not always but often enough. From the brand of car you drive to the brands of food you purchase, many of these habits were modeled for you and you practice them subconsciously.
By Jill on Nov 28, 2007 in commitment, conditioning, determination, discipline, endurance, focus, Goal Setting, Goals, healthy, persistence, productivity, results, success, Time Management, time managment, vision | 1 Comment
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