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Forming Good Habits Makes Sense

April 16, 20232 min read

In our daily lives, we strive to achieve specific goals and objectives that we set for ourselves. We attempt to accomplish these goals by implementing several strategies, such as time management, dedication, and perseverance. However, the most crucial method that guarantees success is developing good habits. Habits are the foundation of our daily routine and significantly shape our personality and behavior. As a result, habits can make us more productive, efficient, and successful in many areas of our lives.

I recently shared one of my habits in an anthology, a life-changing habit I started over 25 years ago. So I'm super excited to share that the book became an Amazon "best seller" on March 29, 2023, and is presently the "#6 New Release on Self-Help and Creativity," which means thousands of readers will have the opportunity to read my story of the transformational power of making gratitude a habit.

I can't think of a better habit than learning to live gratefully. It makes a positive difference in every aspect of your life. From increased productivity to better health, good habits are a stepping stone to achieving your goals and putting wings on your dreams.

Here are ten reasons why forming good habits makes perfect sense for anyone.

1. They can improve your overall health and well-being.

2. They can increase your productivity and efficiency.

3. They create a sense of structure and routine.

4. They can help you achieve long-term goals.

5. They can reduce stress and anxiety by eliminating decision fatigue.

6. They can improve your self-discipline and willpower.

7. They can increase your confidence and self-esteem.

8. They can improve your relationships by fostering reliability and trust.

9. They can save you time and energy in the long run.

10. They can lead to a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

Want to learn more about the habits of international authors and entrepreneurs? Check out The Habits Code: The Art of Mastering Your Domain at

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Myrtle Russell

Myrtle Russell, the small change Wellness Coach.

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