7 Daily Habits To Change Your Thinking In 2020
You are today where you have never been before, everything around you has changed, including the people and the circumstances you live in.
This kind of change requires a new you, or simply put, a new way of thinking.
Is it possible that…
If you expand your thinking, you expand your life? You can do more, be more, even have more fulfillment in your life when you change your perspective?
Find out the powerful habits revealed in this book. Athletes use them, leaders use them, presidents use them and I want to hand them over to you in this short and to the point book.
John Maxwell says…
“Without personal growth, you are today, all you will ever be.” I would like to say, Without your change in thinking, you are today all you will ever be.
A new season in your life requires a new way of thinking because clearly, what got you here, won’t get you there.
I have learned the hard way that all my actions originate from the way l think.
The good, the bad and the ugly are all birthed from the way we think.
Why… you may ask
It’s because before it is an action, it is a feeling and before it is a feeling, it is a thought. Truly, one must say that thoughts are things!
Here is the summary of the 7 Daily Habits To Change Your Thinking.
- The Habit Of Self-talk
Your brain takes what you say to yourself consciously over and over again, and sends it as an instruction to your subconscious mind, which then engraves it on your mind as a tried and proven command. Care about what you say to yourself.
- The Habit Of Reading
“The secret to change your thinking is not reading, it is in the reading.” Readers are learners and learners are leaders. Therefore readers are leaders.
- The Habit Of Listening
Listen to affirmations, Listen to learn not to respond. Ask better questions Repeat back what you have heard for clarity. Simply be more interested than interesting
- The Habit Of Choosing Your Social Circle.
Friends make you or break you. Choose the people you spend the most time with wisely
Elevate your standards, Surround yourself with people who are where you are going or those who are going with you. But most of all, find people who believe in you.
5. The Habit Of Trying Out New Things.
When was the last time you did something for the first time? “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”
6. The Habit Of Expressing Gratitude.
The quality of being thankful, the readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. To be grateful is to learn to value the small and big things and not take them for granted.
Gratitude shifts your mind from what you don’t have to what you have
available to you.
7. The Habit Of Exercise.
Exercise is a celebration of what your body can do. Not a punishment for what you ate.” The pain you feel today will be the strength you feel tomorrow.