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Million Dollar Habits

Million Dollar Habits

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Million Dollar Habits – Page 59

You are unique in the entire world. There never has been, nor will there ever be,

anyone just like you. And what makes you different and special is your mind. It is

you ability to think, to decide and to act.

The sum total of your thinking and experiences in your past is contained in your

actions of today, in your habitual ways of reacting and responding to other people.

It is only your actions that tell who you are and what you have become.

The good news is that you are not just a human being. You are a “human

becomingness.” You are in a continual state of growth and evolution, shedding old

ideas and habits and developing new ones. It doesn’t matter where you are coming

from; all that really matters is where you are going. And where you are going is

only limited by your own imagination.

Action Exercises:

1. What one habit would you like to have, more than anything else? What one

action could you take immediately to begin developing this habit?

2. What are the most important results or consequences that you want to enjoy:

what habits would help you to the most to achieve them?

3. Select one habit you would like to develop in your financial life and

activities: define it clearly and then begin work on it today.

4. Select one habit you would like to develop in your family life, and the way

you interact with others; begin practicing it today.

5. Select one health habit that could contribute to your health and fitness more

that anything else you could do; start it today.

Million Dollar Habits – Page 60

6. Select one habit that would help you to be more effective and productive at

work and begin acting as if you already had that habit.

7. Imagine that you have no limitations on what you could do, have or be, or on

the habits you could develop; what goals would you set for yourself?

“What happens to a man is less significant than what happens within him.” (Louis

L. Mann)

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