Building A Life Of Good Habits

Things like instant gratification and distraction can be hazardous to your health and those you contact on the regular basis.

Perhaps analysis has overstated the use of bad habits and not talked enough about balance living, forms of problem solving and old fashioned ideas like discipline.

Sure there will be new monikers like ‘distracted living’ to overstate the obvious.

But there is room to grow with ideas like courses on the science of mind.

The Eastern mind has observed ‘mind’ and consciousness for over 5000 years.

While the west is arguing about it as it settles on science and function of mind.

It is not a problem to solve for the many.

As we become more sophisticated with self learning and responsibility, we are becoming better students, leaders and communicators.

We will learn to navigate a life too busy and distracted with new rewards and strategies.

Be on track with your own stuff and use the good habits that leave you enough wiggle room to grow in today’s sophisticated world.

We Are Our Habits

Just repeat the very thing you want (need to learn) in order to become a better you.

If we look at what works for us and not what doesn’t work, we can find the habits we need to learn.

Then it is just a simple matter to repeat it until it becomes automatic.