Habits

Habits

Habit- an acquired behavior pattern, doing it until it has become almost involuntary, automatically done. Is programming in your mind as a machine – since the moment we wake up in the morning until we go to bed at night we do hundreds of things the same way, routinely. I.E: brushing your teeth, washing yourself taking a shower, etc.

Habits always have consequences, if they are positive then you are going to be rewarded, if they are negative you are punished. If you keep doing what you have been doing you keep getting what you have been getting. Successful people and non successful people have something in common, their habits.
95% of people are poor and 5% are wealthy and successful  habits are the reason for both.
So your future depends on our habits today. We are all formed of habits, they make us the way we are and they will define your future. When you have bad habits, you get a bad future, if you have great habits, you get a great future. The successful people take actions which forms the habit of doing what the failing people aren’t. Start for believing that is good for you, then you act and the action have specific results that change your life style

Believe -> decision -> action -> results = life style.

Life is nothing more than the sum total of many successful years, a successful year is the sum of successful months, and successful months are the sum of successful weeks which is the sum of successful days. So practicing good habits every day is the best way to get a brilliant future. I know, it is easier said than done, but it is in your hands.

How would your life change if you could change your habits, do you have one that you want to eliminate? No matter what your goals are in life you have to create what you want by taking action in that direction. Ask yourself about the habits that you have, if they are getting you closer to your dream or if they are taking you away from your dream

For example: are you on time? Do you read every day? Do you talk when you should listen? Do you listen to audios? Do you plan do, check and adjust?

The findings of psychological research determine that habits develop through repetition and reward, very little thought is involved. So you don’t have to think about it.
So in order for you to change a habit you must repeat an action for 21 days. Your mind loves repetition, it is something familiar and we know the results. The small decisions that we make every day become the habits that take us to the long term results.

Changing a habit is going to take time because you don’t register the information that is not in your beliefs “you see what you believe” like when you see an old friend that you have not seen for years, then your brain uses the connections in the nerve system that its used before (it is not the same person in your mind) we respond to the old information (old connections). When we change our actions we create a new connection when we repeat that action we form a new habit.

To really make a true change, you need:
1. dream -> of high impact! (the feeling, the desire to do, the consequences, etc)
2. Frequency of the action – repetition
3. A good feeling – results – rewards.
Technique: pick an action (read for 30 min every day. Listen to people, dream every day) do it for 21 days, focus on that one action, just do 2 to 3 a month and you will change your life.
A successful thought repeated creates a successful action, which repeated creates a successful habit, which repeated creates a successful life!
These are some of the habits that will change your life:

1. Listen to a audio ever day
2. Read at least 30 minutes a day
3. Attend the business meetings, seminars, and educational meetings – its positive association.
4. Contact people to create new relationships.
5. Share the information with others, give more to receive more.
6. Visualization – visualize 15 minutes a day.(the mental picture of the life that you want)

You can change your habits:
1. Believe that you can change, have faith, control yourself and bring out the good in you.
2. Understand the consequences – if we don’t change ( how is your future going to turn out? What about your dream? Is it worth it?)
3. Rewards. do something that you love!
4. Be consistent, don’t make excuses, and remember 21 days of everyday action.
5. Accept your failures and keep going.
6. Set a new habit to change at least 3 a month – list them off.
Give yourself time to start new action and they will become your new habits and with them your dreams are getting closer; faith, family, finances, following, fitness, friends, fun, and freedom.
Who wants to be free!?
Freedom; if you are willing to change, it is yours!

Felmar

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