Hello valued reader, and welcome to my newly-launched blog site. “JimmieWilksOfficial.com,” where we discuss everything affiliated with improving the body, mind, and helping to grow your business. And for the record, If you are actually interested in truly growing a business, no matter what it is, you are definetly in the right place!
So, with that being said, I wanted to kick this first post off by discussing how to create positive habits that can move you forward, in a good way!
And the first thing that comes to mind in executing this is good old-fashioned “Goal Setting!” Setting goals is one of the most important things you can do in order to develop a mindset designed to lead you to success.
However, it often begins by learning how to develop positive habits that keep you focused, motivated and help you stay on track.
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Whether that means starting your day with meditation, implementing the power of affirmations into your daily life, or simply setting time aside for yourself that allows you to recharge, the more consistently you work towards creating a positive routine, the more likely it will “stick.”
One method that has worked well for people is to create a journal. By starting your day off by writing down a few notes of gratitude, as well as your goals for the day or the week, you are clearing your mind of distractions, and setting the tone for your entire day.
Just jotting down a few lines each morning can make a huge difference in your overall outlook, and help you stay on track.
It also keeps you grounded because by writing down the joyful things in your life, you are constantly reminding yourself of how fortunate you are.
Start small. Choose one thing and then work towards integrating that habit into your daily life. Be specific and make sure it’s measurable so you can see the progress you make along the way.
Creating a commitment strategy is important—don’t skip days, even when you may not feel like doing it! A habit will form only after you’ve put it into practice for some time.
You could also try the 21-90 rule, where you commit to a personal or professional goal for 21 days straight. After those 3 weeks, the pursuit of that goal should have become a habit.
Give it a try!
Until next time,
Jimmie Wilks, MBA, CAP
Retired Air Force Vet & Online Marketer
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