When you hear the word habit, it’s easy to just think of bad habits, but in life there are both good habits and bad habits. It’s said that good habits are hard to acquire, yet easy to live with, while bad habits are easy to acquire but hard to live with.

Men do not decide their future. They decide their habits, and their habits decide their future. 
-Mike Murdock

Herbert Gray’s The Common Denominator of Success is that:
Successful people make a habit of doing what unsuccessful people don’t like to do; they might not like doing it either but they just do it anyway!  It’s not like people who succeed have loved every step they’ve taken, they simply recognize all the future benefits their good habits will bring them.

We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence therefore is not an act but a habit.

-Will Durant

Our desires will not materialize unless there is ACTION!  A KEY that will change everything in your life is to identify those tiny actions that when repeated, accumulate into greatness.

“Little hinges swing large doors!”

Habit expert BJ Fogg suggests you create a ‘Tiny Habit’ by doing the chosen activity right after doing something you are already doing. i.e. Do 2 pushups right after going to the bathroom, or flossing just 1 tooth after brushing your teeth. What’s important is to make the habit TINY so that it’s easy to do, and then you will do it no matter how tired or unmotivated you are.  Now you will be creating the seed for a good habit nonetheless.  You should also praise yourself after doing the habit. Tell yourself “I’m AWESOME!” while pumping your fists in the air.  This really works!  Please watch him: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdKUJxjn-R8

What we do (or not do!) continually and consistently becomes habitual, becomes natural.  Habit makes everything easy and casts difficulty on the deviation from the wasted course.  We can always launch new habits when we set our goals and remain committed to achieving them.

Successful people are always working on themselves.  Jim Rohn said: Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better. …. It’s not what you get but what you BECOME …What are you BECOMING?

Be a ‘Core’ Person by making these Core Activities Consistent and Habitual:

-Be your own best customer by using all the products.
-Be QA with at least 500 in monthly retail sales
-Meet & Talk – Share Nikken at least twice a week.
-Communicate with a mentor. Learn from others that have experience.
-Watch a live or recorded webinar. Educate and inspire your heart.
-Read for at least 15 minutes from a recommended book. Nurture your mind.
-Listen to a Nikken audio for at least a few minutes each day. A positive mental attitude!

We are the builders of our habits, We are the creators of ourselves.
Sow a thought, reap an act
Sow an act, reap a habit
Sow a habit, reap a character
Sow a character, reap a destiny

We first make our habits,
and then our habits make us.

–John Dryden

Remember, your habits today are creating your future tomorrow!
God bless and protect,

Dave & Ben

‘Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.’    -Zig Ziglar

Watch:  Tiny Habits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdKUJxjn-R8
Listen:  The Game of Work  https://soundcloud.com/magnetic-leaders/the-morning-rev-the-game-of-work
Read:  Seriously, get and read this book! 3 Seconds by Dr Les Parrott  https://www.amazon.com/3-Seconds-Power-Thinking-Twice/dp/0310272491 

Go the extra mile!

Share: Health is a Choice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm8z0TiKAQ4&t=192s
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