I write about many topics on this blog — how to be happy, how to increase productivity, how to overcome struggles and challenges, etc.
But truthfully, what I enjoy writing is the most about are habits. Because for the most part, your habits determine almost everything about your life.
- The quality of your relationships is directly correlated to the daily habits you have in place to maintain & strengthen them
- The quality of your physical health comes down to daily rituals like what you eat, how much you sleep, and how often you workout.
- How productive and successful you are in your career is a reflection of the work habits that you cultivate over years and decades.
In other words, the level of greatness you achieve in every single area of your life comes down to one thing — what you do every damn day.
None of you reading this has a problem with getting motivated and setting huge goals.
But we all struggle with the daily grind of sticking to habits that we know are important for our personal growth.
That’s exactly why I created Build Better Habits — a course designed specifically for people who struggle with constantly starting and stopping new habits.
What Is Build Better Habits?
Build Better Habits is an online course created by yours truly that outlines a step by step framework for designing your habits the right way and seamlessly integrating them into your life.
When it comes to behavior change, most people are doomed to fail from the start because they fall victim to one of the following traps:
- Aiming Too High: If you want to make a huge change in your life, setting monstrous goals is one of the easiest ways to ensure it won’t happen. I know this advice is a little controversial, but be honest with me here…how many big goals are you still waiting to achieve?
- Lack Of Specificity: If you really want to change your life, you can’t just simply hope that when the time comes, you’ll be ready to take action. Mapping out the specifics of your new behavior is one of the most overlooked components of actually sticking to them.
- No Tracking Mechanism: Even for those people who do get into a rythtm with new habits, it’s easy to lose momentum when you’re doing the same damn thing every day. That’s why keeping track of your progress with a habit scoring system is crucial for long-term success — it helps you see just how much better you’re getting a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
If you feel like you struggle with any of the above when trying to change your behavior, then feel free to check out Build Better Habits and decide whether or not it aligns with your goals.