If you are your habits, then who would you be?
Susan, the early riser?
Susan, the Appalachian trail hiker?
Susan, the healthy eater?
Or Susan, the one who is always running late?
Good or bad, what we repeatedly do, defines us.
Our habits become our identity.
The other day I hopped in my car to go to the store. My phone lit up with a message that said, “17 minutes to Club 24”.
Susan, the fitness fanatic.
Even my technology knows my habits.
We become what we repeatedly do. And here’s what’s cool about this. When we do something over and over again, we do it with ease, without thinking.
By definition, a habit is a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.
There is a lot of science that proves habits run our lives.
We function in our day-to-day life by habit alone. Imagine if we had to think in specific detail when brushing our teeth, getting dressed, preparing breakfast, or driving to work.
These are all mindless habits.
We’ve done them over and over so many times, we operate on autopilot.
But we did have to learn them at one point.
So, what if we practiced our good habits until they became just as mundane?
What if your success was on autopilot?
Here are my best success habit tips to get you working towards any good habits.
Get up early.
Surround yourself with successful people.
Rest when you should.
Look at your habits and ask yourself, who am I becoming?
It’s all up to you.