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Track at least one habit/behavior you’re trying to improve.

When performance is measured, performance improves. When performance is measured and reported, the rate of improvement accelerates.
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Have no more than 3 items on your to-do list each day.

It feels more attainable, and forces you to simplify down to what's really important.
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Do something every day that terrifies you.

You don’t need courage all the time, just 20sec. at a time.
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Write in your journal for 5min., per day.

Only a few sentences or paragraphs at the most.
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Decide where you’ll be in five years and get there in two.

Your self-conception in goal-setting might actually be slowing you down.
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Invest only in industries you are informed about.

No one else cares about your success more than you do.
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The more you express love, the more people feel love for you.

Say it 3+ times a day.
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Genuinely apologize to people you’ve mistreated.

We often blame mistakes on external factors. To not openly or regularly apologize may keep higher levels of stress and anxiety. Make amends, let go, take ownership of that pent-up energy: it’s not your choice if people forgive you.
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Make friends with five people who inspire you.

Their characteristics may dramatically impact you, from the beliefs they hold, to how they pursue their goals, to their money and their health.
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Do something kind for someone else daily.

It clarifies what really matters in life.
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Fast from the internet for 24h, once a week.

Challenge addiction. Try out enjoying and exploring reconnection with the things you miss.
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Get married.

Marriage isn’t about you and the benefit it brings you. It’s about the other person.
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Say ‘no’ to people, obligations, requests, opportunities, you’re not interested in.

At times, it can be hard to turn things down. But if you say no to one thing, you make space to say yes to another.
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Check email and social media at least 60-90 mins after you wake up...

...instead of immediately.
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Define what wealth and happiness mean to you.

By doing it in our own terms, we are able to seize the means to contentment.
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Go to bed early and rise early.

Better cognitive function in planning; anticipation, minimization of problems; improved health and quality of sleep; more optimistic, satisfied, and conscientious.
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Give at least one guilt-free hour to relaxation per day.

Relaxation is crucial for success, like resting between sets.
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Meditate morning, mid-day, and night.

Breathing, ‘pray,’ visualization, prime with gratitude.
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Realize you’ll never have time to do everything.

Every decision you make has opportunity cost.
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Stop obsessing about the outcome.

Research has found that expectations in one’s own ability serves as a better predictor of high performance than expectations about a certain outcome.
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Save 10 percent or more of your income.

Pay yourself long-run first.
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Replace warm showers with cold ones.

Facilitates wellness by changing immune, lymphatic, circulatory, digestive systems. Boosts metabolism. Combats depression via endorphin rush.
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Remove all non-essentials from your life (start with your closet).

They are dormant value to be redeemed.
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Adopt a morning routine that sets you off in the right foot.

Pray, journal, write. Dream about your day, then plan about it. Listen to audiobooks and podcasts when working out. Cold shower.
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Read one book every week. Try audiobooks.

Constant learning is better than entertainment.
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Make a bucket list and actively knock items off it.

Design life around ambitions instead of the other way around.
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Make a few radical changes to your life each year.

Change pulls you from your comfort zone, which is exactly what you need.
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Stop consuming caffeine to re-find intrinsic motivation.

You don’t perform better with caffeine. Healthy eating, sleeping, and exercise will produce more energy that caffeine ever could.
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Choose to have faith in something bigger than yourself.

Live within the agency that comes from trust.
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Tithe or give 10 percent of your income away.

The world gives to the givers and takes from the takers.
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Fast from all food + caloric beverages for 24h, once a week.

It may improve well-being in general (digestive activity, mental clarity, physical and mental vigor) and flushes out toxins.
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Drink 64-100 ounces of water per day.

Slims the body, healthier skin, better brain functions.
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Consume 30g of protein, thirty minutes following waking.

This can promote weight loss, and keeps your blood sugar steady. Ideally, eat 40% of breakfast calories as protein.
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Consume a tablespoon of coconut oil once a day.

Builds HDL (good) cholesterol, blocks LDL (bad) buildup.
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Buy a juicer and juice a few times per week.

Lots of vitamins and nutrients. Protects against oxidative cellular damage, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and various inflammatory diseases. You can either do a cleanse or incorporate it into your regular diet. Try intense greens like kale.
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Stop consuming refined sugar.

It has no nutrients – which can lead to crankiness and rash decision-making.
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Buy a small place rather than rent (if you live in a small city especially.)

You earn a lot of equity paying down your mortgage.
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Create an automated income source that takes care of the fundamentals.

You can absolutely put a business in place that runs 24/7, even while you’re sleeping.
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Free up your time and energy by creating multiple income streams.

(The more the better!)
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