Three hundred years ago Ben Franklin developed a procedure for changing habits.
1. Commit to a new behavior.
2. Work on one habit at a time.
3. Place visual reminders.
Let me suggest a few work habits you may wish to develop:
Authenticity: be who you are, comfortable in your own skin.
Trust: be a person of integrity that others can trust.
Energy: exercise, eat, sleep in such a way to keep your energy for the most important things.
Focus: prioritize what’s most important
And finally: Learn to say “NO” to non-important.
Thoughts become words.
Words become actions.
Actions become habits.
Habits become a destiny.
Wayne Pederson (HCJB Global)