Habits are inportant.
Those daily rituals that we do define our life. What we are at the moment is a reflection of the decisions and actions that are por daily habits.
We are what we made ourselves.
If you have the habit of working out every day, you and your life reflects that choice. Your body shows that choice.
If you meditate fifteen minutes in the morning and fifteen minutes in the evening, how you react to the world, how you think, literally how your brain is configured and wired will be a reflection of that ritual or habit. Studies show that meditators literlly change how their brain functions, and that is a very enpowering thing.
No more can you say that is just how you are, everything csn change, you can change your thinking, your actions, and your life. How you think changes your life, and you control how you think. What you do daily builds your life, and you control your daily actions, your habits.
Change your habits you change your life.
Create new daily rituals and you create a new you.
If you change what you want to do, and you deciee how you want to be, and you want it enough to build your life around it, you will become it.
Pick your rituals carefully.
Don't use negative thinking, focus on positive actions, on those habits that will make you what you want to be, and eliminate what habits do not help you become what you want to be.
Eliminate the nonessential and become what matters.
“We all are learning, modifying, or destroying ideas all the time. Rapid destruction of your ideas when the time is right is one of the most valuable qualities you can acquire. You must force yourself to consider arguments on the other side.
— Charles T. Munger”
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