What’s all the fuss about habits?

Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Your value isn’t determined by what you know it’s determined by what you do. All the little things you do or don’t do cumulate, compound, and create who you are. They also determine what you achieve. One author put it this way: “You are at this point in your life because of the way you have treated every ‘today’ for decades. You will never change your life until you change something you do daily.” If you keep some kind of journal, you might start tracking your habits. Write down the things you do (and fail to do) during the course of your day. Some habits are good. Some are bad. And some are neither good nor bad, except for the fact that they use time and energy that might be used for something else. Note your good habits and look for ways to do them more often or for longer periods of time. Look for ways to improve the way you do…

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