Thursday, August 23, 2012

Seth's Blog: Crash diets and good habits


Most choices if not every one made in life where you understand the price of success and consistently drive towards it will lead to better habits and a paradigm shift toward execution and commitment to task completion. Rome wasn't build in a day but the process had to be started and one day the objective was achieved. I strongly promote that individuals select tasks and activities which will lead to improvements in every aspect of their lives and sticking to it for 3 months until it becomes a habit and do this every quarter. This does not have to be starting something but just as important, it could be stopping to do activities which add little or no value to your roles in life. Start today.... understand the cost of success....improve.

Another good article from Seth!

Link to article: Seth's Blog: Crash diets and good habits

1 comment:

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