“I’ll take good habits over good luck.”
—Brendon Burchard, American Motivational Author
Samuel Goldwyn’s famous statement, “The harder I work the luckier I get,” points to our ability to create our own luck, or at least become more successful through our own committed efforts.
Examine your good habits, and those of people you admire, to see what positive and favorable outcomes result.
Rate your habits in the following areas on a scale of one to five, with one being poor and five being high. What efforts might be required on your part to be the one that people admire?
|Relationship Management||Health and Fitness||Personal Development|
|Community Involvement||Spiritual Growth||Work Ethic|
|Avocations and Hobbies||Financial Freedom||Family|