Your life is to a large extent the sum of all your habits – good or bad.
Research has shown that over 40 percent of what you do is habitual. It takes on average 21 to 66 days to fully learn a habit.
Do you have what it takes to make saving money a habit?
Here are 6 steps to change your behavior according to the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, and other sources:
- Identify Cues.
- Keep it Simple.
- Think Long-Term.
Learn all about how you can apply these 6 simple steps in this Podcast episode.
Now the habits I’m encouraging you to develop are related to your money.
However, they could even apply to other areas of your life too.
Want to lose weight? Want to exercise more? Want to develop a side hustle and earn more money?
YOU get the picture right.
If you really want to win in any area, you must change the behavior that you are currently failing in and develop new habits that are moving you in the right direction to win.
Questions for Review:
- What's one habit that you want to change or create?
- Is there a bad habit that you are currently doing that you can switch with a good habit?
- If creating that one habit was easy, what would it look like?
The verse from the Episode: "Owe no one anything, except to love each other, for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law." -Romans 13:8