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Why do we fail to make New Habits?

Cacai-2In my articles “The Magic of the Number 21” and “The Power of Repetition” I emphasize the importance of staying committed to succeed whenever we try to reach a certain goal.

Consistency is one of the greatest secrets of all successful people. Whether they try to make New Habits, or simply improve their ability on a specific task, they try to do it on consistent manner… sometimes slowly, but continuously.

How many e-mails have you received with great tips about wealth and/or health improvement? – Our mail boxes are flooded with this kind of message every single day. And the truth is that, the majority of those “advices” is likely to change our lives for better, if we commit to develop the required New Habits.

Unfortunately, we might not realize, but we all live under the sense of urgency. If we think of changing our life, on one or more areas (Money, Health, relationship), we try to do it overnight. We spend our entire life poisoning our bodies, but if we decide to try a “detox program” we’ll be looking for result the exact same day, forgetting completely that the success of the program requires New Habits to be adopted.

Changing our lives always requires New habits to be implemented.

Pretend that a friend of yours suggest you to drink 2 liters of water every day, claiming that this is one of the New Habits being developed by people all over the World to improve health. If you’re like most people, you’ll probably drink more than 2 liters a day for a couple of weeks, then suddenly stop… No more water at all.

Why not apply the “21 days for a New Habit” whenever you face the need to implement New Habits?

If you come to know a magic to reach success effortless, please let me know without delay.

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