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Making a Habit of Success

Posted By: Randy GageMay 30, 2019

When I attempt new things, I make it a habit to be successful.  That would make for a great tweet.  But the deeper truth is, I become successful at many things because I create the necessary habits to do so.

You don’t practice self-discipline for success, because there really isn’t any self-discipline for that.  If we break down what you really do to become successful, it is you employ your self-discipline into creating daily habits.  (Exercise, eat healthy, meditation or self-development time, learning, etc.)  You don’t create your future with self-discipline.  You create your daily habits with self-discipline and those daily habits are what makes you successful.

Therefore, the purpose of self-discipline is to build positive, productive habits.  Victors do daily what victims do only occasionally.

-  RG

5 comments on “Making a Habit of Success”

  1. interesting nuance. btw your post are the perfect size for me to screenshot on my phone and review. if that's by design...thanks

  2. Best and concise content. I'd rather love reading a brief post that shares clear-cut tips rather than confusing myself around big posts. Looking forward to read more of your posts, Randy. Thanks for sharing the wisdom. 🙂 🙂

  3. Thank you for such short and awesome blogs. Enjoy reading them and changing my life to become more prosperous.

  4. Victors do daily what victims do only occasionally.

    Wow! Mind blowing!
    It hit me in the forehead, because I still work occasionally at the moment
    Thanks!

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  • 5 comments on “Making a Habit of Success”

    1. interesting nuance. btw your post are the perfect size for me to screenshot on my phone and review. if that's by design...thanks

    2. Best and concise content. I'd rather love reading a brief post that shares clear-cut tips rather than confusing myself around big posts. Looking forward to read more of your posts, Randy. Thanks for sharing the wisdom. 🙂 🙂

    3. Thank you for such short and awesome blogs. Enjoy reading them and changing my life to become more prosperous.

    4. Victors do daily what victims do only occasionally.

      Wow! Mind blowing!
      It hit me in the forehead, because I still work occasionally at the moment
      Thanks!

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