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Written by Brendan L. Carr
Narrated by Timothy Schoeneberg
Duration 3 hours and 21 minutes
Throughout the day, how many different clickbait articles do you see listing the top five morning and nighttime rituals of billionaire entrepreneurs? Or the different types of food elite athletes swear by or avoid? These articles suggest that the secret of success for people like Oprah, Tom Brady, and Bill Gates is some simple routine like walking their dog in the morning, avoiding processed foods, or reading for an hour before bed. Surely, great success can’t be reduced to these few habits?
Well, yes and no. Achieving lofty goals isn’t done through one or two habits you drop into your life here and there. Rather, it’s done by mastering the craft of forming habits. By harnessing the ability to identify bad habits and develop good ones, you will be able to set yourself up for huge victories.
Of course, that’s easier said than done, isn’t it? Most of us know what good habits look like, and we’ve all tried and failed to instill them in some capacity, which is frustrating. Believe me, I’ve been there. When we fail to build the habits we want, we tend to blame ourselves for lacking motivation or a strong work ethic. But I’m here to tell you that it isn’t true. There’s a better way.
The best way to build better habits is to master these three skills: taking small steps, journaling your progress, and rewarding yourself the right way. In this book, I will break down each step and show you how to master them with easy-to-follow examples and advice. By the end, you will have demystified the process of habit formation through practicality and systematization.
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