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Habitual thinking

If you want to know why you are where you are today or why you have what you have today, you’ll probably see that it boils down to a series of habits.

For example: I don’t have the habit of deep cleaning before I go to bed (only minimal tidying); therefore, when I wake up in the morning, the house is.a mess. It’s like a natural consequence.

I don’t have the habit of putting my clothes away right away; therefore, they’re in a pile in my room.

I have the habit of telling my kids often how much I love them; therefore, my kids know they are loved.

Habits = why you are where you are today.

But in addition to habitual actions, we also have habitual thinking.

It might be positive. It might be negative. It might be both.

What thoughts do you habitually think? Make a list. What is each of those thoughts creating in your life? Write it down. Do you like these results? If not, it’s time to start habit-changing.


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