Develop good habits continually and persistently


  1. Identify your bad habits
    Take some time to think about which habits lower the quality of your life and write them down. Some of the most common ones are: being late to meetings, not responding to work emails, missing deadlines, procrastinating, and living above your means. 
  2. Define new habits
    Since developing new habits takes time and effort, choose only a few new habits at the beginning of your transformative journey. Strive to improve by substituting bad habits for good ones: being on time, being healthier, becoming more productive, being reliable, being financially independent, and so on.
  3. Develop a three-part action plan.
    Determine three actions that you can take in order to build a certain good habit.  


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