“Bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into, but hard to get out of.”
As I write this post, it is a brisk seven degrees here in Michigan, and yet I am still going to the gym to exercise.
My bed is comfortable, and far warmer than what awaits me outside. What gets me up and going when staying put would be far more pleasant?
Quite simply, I have made exercise a habit that takes far less discipline these days than it did in the past, before it became part of my daily routine.
The factors that lay beneath my exercise habit is the commitment I have made, and the value I attribute to being healthy.
What are the bad habits that no longer serve your professional or personal commitments? How will you embrace any discomfort you might experience by replacing one bad habit with one that will serve you better?