Bad habits are easy to catch . . . if you look.

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Brian Kight

No one intentionally tries to start behavior patterns that take them in a direction they don’t want to go. They fall into them because they fixate on short-term priorities and temporary emotions. They don’t anticipate one behavior developing into an autopilot habit.


One of the best questions to ask is,
“Would continuing with this behavior work out well for me?” 

Extend your vision of any behavior if it were to continue for 6 . . . 12 . . . 18 . . . 24 months and beyond.

What will it do for you? Where will it take you?

Embrace the chase. Do the work.

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