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Don't practice bad habits!





"Practice? We talking about practice?"-A.I.

Practice is important Allen. Practice is important for us regular folk too. We just have to make sure we're practicing the right things.

Straight to it.

If our goal is to get BETTER at ______, what sense does it make to practice counterproductive things?

There's good practice, and there's bad practice. Are the things you're practicing getting you closer or further to/from your goals?

If closer, great. If not, let's get to work.

First, control your thoughts. Is your thought process going to get you where you want to be? Or are you constantly thinking negative thoughts?

THAT'S counterproductive.

Funny thing is, your thoughts can turn into actions. Those negative thoughts that turned into negative actions, if repeated, may then turn into habits. Guess what type of habits they'll be......You've got it! BAD HABITS!...So now that you know where the bad habits come from, do you want to get rid of them? Or keep them?

If you said "Keep" there's no reason to continue reading.

If you said get rid of them, the first step is to stop.

What benefit do you get from repeating what YOU KNOW is a bad habit?

Nobody is perfect, but it's a perfect idea to get a little better everyday. Take baby steps, they're better than no steps. Replace a bad habit with a good habit. Practice these! They say it takes 21 days to turn an action into a habit.

Start today, and go 20 more. You'll be a better you in no time!

Moral of the story? 

DON'T PRACTICE BAD HABITS!


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