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7 Steps to Developing Good Habits

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Do you admire someone because of his or her productivity and you wonder if you could be like that person? If you want to be more productive but don’t know how to do it, the secret is to turn good practices into habits. Not only would you boost your productivity, but this would also enhance the overall area of your life.

As human beings, we have the ability to learn things that are new to us. With daily application and practice, you learn to adapt to these things and they become habits. As habits, you no longer think of doing them as they just come naturally and they are already part of you. However, this does not only apply to good practices, but to the bad ones too. This means that if you get used to doing the wrong thing, it will become your habit too, which could affect your productivity.

The good news is that you could put an end to these negative practices and start training yourself in doing what’s right. We’re not saying that it would be a walk in the park because it’s not. However, if you really want to be a more productive version of yourself and get better as days go by, then you must be committed to starting the change.

We want you to successfully turn your bad habits into good ones and become a more productive person. This is why we had this infographic created for you, which shows you effective ways on how to start creating good habits that you could apply to your life each day. Commit yourself in observing these practices so you get used to them in the long run. They will become good habits that will, in turn, enhance your productivity.

Watch the video below to start developing good habits:

 

Check out the awesome infographic below from Start Blogging Online:

7 Steps to Developing Good Habits

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How do you develop good habits? Please leave your thoughts below!

Sarah Smith is a freelance writer, writing for various sites. She also runs her own blog, which she updates regularly. Sarah loves sharing random things with her readers, especially those that personally interest her like personal development, family, blogging and more. She pursued a career in accountancy, but decided to turn her first love into her full-time career, writing. Sarah is passionate about it because not only is this something that she enjoys, but it also makes her feel good that she could impart her knowledge and experience to others. When she’s not writing, you can find her reading different genres of books as she’s also a bookworm.

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Jas

    Nov 7, 2016 at 7:57 pm

    That’s a nice one Sarah . Thank you for sharing in a info-graphic way,

  2. Hamish Bayston

    Oct 30, 2016 at 11:12 pm

    Great post Sarah. Totally agree with No:7 being the most important. Our unconscious will keep seeking the rewards, so will keep us doing the actions. Eventually (some say after 21 days), we will create a new habit.

  3. Tim Denning

    Oct 28, 2016 at 5:28 am

    Such a nice infographic Sarah. Thanks for sharing it with us all on A2S!

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