The compounding effect of habits

November 3rd, 2018 By: Ash

The compounding effect of habits

Habits help us to sidestep imposter syndrome. And that’s one of the many reasons they’re so effective over the long term.

Whenever I’ve been able to cultivate habits they’ve served me well. Three days ago I chose to cultivate the habit of writing everyday. So far I haven’t encountered any anxiety around whether or not my writing is good enough.

For the last few years I’ve stuck to one habit – making my bed each morning. That one daily habit has helped me set the tone for my day. I start off with something that I feel good about. It’s a positive way to start the day.

What’s the one habit you could cultivate? Something you could do each morning before you did anything else – thereby maximizing the likelihood of sticking to it?

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