Did you know that 90% of our behaviour is habitual?
That means that your habits, and not you, are in charge of your life.
The things you do every day are pretty much what you did yesterday and what you will do tomorrow.
If you aren’t happy with where you are in your life today, then change your habits.
One habit you should break is to stop lying to yourself and to only deal with reality.
Stop lying to yourself that you want to get in shape, but you haven’t gotten to the gym in months.
Stop lying to yourself that you want financial freedom but you haven’t bothered to open up an high-interest savings account or start your emergency fund.
Stop lying to yourself that you want to be in a relationship, but you haven’t accepted a date in years.
Stop lying to yourself that you want an location independent business but haven’t even started the research into one or have even talked to anyone who is already location independent.
Stop lying to yourself that you want to make money from your blog, but you’ve been writing for more than 6 months consistently and you have only made $80 in all that time.
Stop lying to yourself that you want to change, but are still doing the exact same thing that you did yesterday and the day before and the day before that.
Stop lying to yourself that you’ll be a better parent, but can’t be bothered to be home for dinner tonight because you want to go for a drink after work with the guys.
Stop lying to yourself that you want to give to charity, but can’t be bothered to give $5 to the homeless person you just passed on the street, or help your neighbour who got laid off a year ago and is struggling to feed his kids.
Stop lying to yourself that tomorrow will be different. It will be the same as today, unless you do something different.
It’s time to stop lying to yourself and change your habits. Start today. Do something different today so that your tomorrow will be different. Do something different tomorrow so the next day will be different.
Start taking control back.
The reason man may become the master of his own destiny is because he has the power to influence his own subconscious mind. – Napoleon Hill
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