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Changing Habits

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May 31, 2015


How to Effectively Form New Habits that Lead to Success in Life!

Everybody chases success in life, but it is not easy to know what each one of them considers successful. Again, one would wonder if those with low self-esteem share this dream. What about the most ambitious people? Do they want success more than others? The bottom line is there are no ideal parameters for measuring achievement.

However, there are some factors that can come into play. Conventionally, failure or prosperity comes through a person’s effort or lack of it. As such, it is fair to deduce that you have complete control of your destiny. In some sobering words, Aristotle once said, “people are what they do in repetition. Then, excellence is a habit, not an act.” This statement is a reminder nobody can become successful in an overnight.

It is a procedural activity that gets from one point in life to another. In the modern lives, it is a daunting to build habits because there are several distractions that can lead a person astray. The distractors can get you out of the narrow and straight paths to your old ways of going about things. As the saying goes, perfection is achievable through practice.


Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...

  • The Importance of Goal-Setting

  • Create Several Chains of Behavior

  • Process Planning

  • The R’s of Habit Change

  • Set a Reminder for the New Habit

  • Select a Habit that is easy to Start

  • The Rules of Effective Habits

  • ....and Much, much more!

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May 31, 2015

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Changing Habits - Daniel Wells

Changing Habits

How to Effectively Form New Habits that Lead to Success in Life

Copyright © 2015 by Daniel Wells

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 – The Importance of Goal-Setting

Set micro goals and macro objectives.

Create Several Chains of Behavior

Eliminate Extra Options

Chapter 2 – Process

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  • (2/5)
    The book is brief. Too brief to be honest, and the grammar is lacking. To make matters worse the prose doesn't flow - but some relevant info is there.