I love creating new habits, mainly because I've finally learned how to form them without quitting and dropping the ball.
In fact, everything I've accomplished in the last few years has been the result of forming a series of small, positive habits. In my work as an online entrepreneur and coach, I've seen how the right habits have transformed the lives of my peers and clients. People who can commit to their habits are killing it with their bigger goals and dreams. It's really amazing to see.
I've had a client lose over 200 pounds using daily exercise and eating habits. I've watched a marketing podcaster friend make over two million dollars in the last two years because of his commitment to his recording habits. And I've seen another blogger become a bestselling Amazon author, publishing dozens of books over the last few years, and making a boat load of money because he's learned the power of habits.
I share my own personal habit story in my free video training series which you can access here. But in this post, I want to share with you how science reinforces the proven skills of forming sustainable habits.