May 31, 2018
July 13, 2018

What’s most important to you?This is a question that a lot of people can’t answer. Lacking clarity in what they want for the long-term, these people fall short on creating daily habits. The days go by, months, then years, without movement.

Remember, we all have the same amount of time in a day. The variable is what we do with it. Go inwards for a little while and discover what gives you that fire, that light, in your heart. Your whyis what’s going to get you out of bed every morning.

Once you know this, you can work on building positive habits into your everyday to reach it. Good habits are the gateway to any successful journey. Your why, coupledwith ingrained habits. But just as powerful as good habits are, bad habits hold the same power. Habits can make or break you.

Do these five things every single day:


  1. Think about your goals in micro-changes
    The micro-changes approach celebrates movement, no matter how small. This is the best way to get a habit to stick, considering that it takes 18-254 days to form a habit. With habits, drop the an all or nothing mindset. Set small, manageable daily goals and don’t let yourself get overwhelmed.


  1. Wake up early

This is easier for some than others. Some of the most successful CEO’s stand by this simple success strategy. Disney’s CEO rises at 4.30am and is sending out emails at this time, then working out. The early hours of the morning are peaceful and focusing isn’t as difficult, with staff pulling you in all directions.


  1. Have a plan

It’s great to have goals but what’s just as important is working to a plan. You need to determine how you’re going to get from A to B, like a roadmap. This will change as you move closer to your goals, but you need a loose plan otherwise you’ll just be driving blind.


  1. Go inwards, often

When you want something really bad, you can put that dream ahead of yourself. Always nourish your mind and soul with the activities that you love to do. This will help you stay motivated and focused, and remind you of the feeling of absolute happiness. You can translate this into your work. schedule ‘you’ time.


  1. Be a constant learner

Some of the most interesting and successful people I’ve met have an unquenchable thirst for bettering themselves. They never settle for comfort and as a result, aren’t (and never will be) complacent. Always be a learner and you’ll continue the movement.

One step at a time.

The first step? Take our personality test. It’s free, and all you need to do is fill out your details in the form to the right.