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I spent 2 hours listening to an educational nutrition class, furiously taking notes, and I left that room inspired to change my eating habits. 6 months later, I stumbled across those notes and sheepishly remembered, "Oh, yeah. I wanted to do that!"
Has this ever happened to you? The painful truth is that knowing is not enough. The intention to change doesn't necessarily translate into change. This is because intention is a conscious process that requires a person to call on a scarce but valuable resource called willpower. But willpower is in a losing battle with the reality of your busy life.
The most effective way to change how you typically think, respond, or act is to transform it from a conscious act to an unconscious act. In other words, make it a habit.
Researchers at Duke estimate that 40% of your day is spent engaging in habit— think about that for a second, because that’s huge. For nearly half of your waking hours you aren’t thinking about the thing you’re doing while you’re doing it. The reality of your daily life is the result of those habits, because those habits guide your daily actions and decisions. Habits are so powerful that you can’t let them happen by happenstance. You want to intentionally make a habit of the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that will serve your greatest good and help you live your best life.
Some things you have to think about and some you don’t. Stop thinking about things you don’t need to think about.
Our habit creation strategies work for dozens of habits. Here are 7 categories where better habits could make a world of difference.
Safety: Put your workplace safety on autopilot. Harness the power of habits to protect your people and your bottom line. Create the daily habits that save lives.
Health: You are your foundation and that foundation needs to be strong and healthy. That means having habits like exercising, eating fruits and veggies, getting enough sleep, and drinking enough water.
Productivity: You've got a list of things to do a mile long. Make a habit of peak performance strategies, so that you wake up in the morning eager to start your day with the energy and focus you need to rock your responsibilities and still have enough energy to enjoy your friends and family in the evening.
Leadership: The most successful leaders unconsciously behave in ways that bring their team together fostering collaboration and achievement.
Stress: Feeling grateful, thinking positively, acting confidently are all habits. Adopt the habits of feelings, thoughts, and actions that will help you cope with stress.
Relationships: By and large you interact with people in the same way. Make a habit of the behaviors that nurture your personald d your work relationships.
Happiness: Gratitude, mindfulness, giving your time to causes you care about are just a few of the habits that predictably result in greater life satisfaction.
Simple Habits for a Life That's Good for You and for Others
Transform your physical, emotional, and spiritual health with the power of generosity. 365 Ways to Live Generously features an easy, inspiring lesson for every day that focuses on one of the seven generosity habits: Physical Health, Mindfulness, Relationships, Connecting with Yourself, Gratitude, Simplicity, and Philanthropy.
Each habit appears once a week, giving you a year to practice and make them all a part of your daily life. Learn why the habits are important, discover tips based on the latest research about making positive change, and explore simple exercises for building new routines. Improve yourself and make a difference in the world with journaling prompts and generous acts. Using this inspiring book, you’ll develop the habits needed to create a life that’s good for you and others.
Do you want a life where you are as good at taking care of yourself as you are at taking care of others? Where you have deep relationships with family and friends? Where you experience less stress and more peacefulness? Where you support your favorite causes with powerful philanthropy?
Then you want your very own copy of 365 Ways To Live Generously: Simple Habits for a Life That's Good for You and for Others!
"No doubt, you’ll feel happier and healthier by the end of this book." Marci Shimoff , N.Y. Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul
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