This wisdom: “You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. That means developing great habits. Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments, and that bridge must be crossed every day. Over time that daily crossing becomes a habit. And ultimately, people do not decide their future; they decide their habits and their habits decide their future.”
Today we’re going to talk about the paragraph right after that one. (There’s a reason John Maxwell has sold 25 million copies of his books. They’re packed with practical wisdom.)
So… Back to John who asks us: “What are you doing daily that needs to change? What needs doing? Maybe more importantly, what needs undoing? Advice columnist Abigail Van Buren quipped, ‘A bad habit never goes away by itself. It’s always an undo-it-yourself project.’ What are you willing to change doing today in order to change what you will be doing tomorrow?”
An “undo-it-yourself project”?
Hah! Love it.
That’s Today’s +1.
We’ve talked about the fact that THE fastest way to improve your life isn’t to START doing something awesome. It’s actually to STOP doing something you know you should stop doing.
What’s on the top of your Undo-It-Yourself Project list?
Let’s head to The Heroic Depot and stock up on the Tools we need to Just Undo It!!!
-1. -1. -1.
= +1. +1. +1!!