Do you struggle to form good habits? Learn how habits are actually a superpower and make you productive without feeling overwhelmed. Also, learn easy tips and hacks on how to create lasting habits.
Ever wonder how some people get so much done and seem to have their life together while others struggle?
One of the secrets to making life easier is to use a Superpower.
I sometimes dream about being able to wiggle my nose and have my house fly into shape. Wouldn’t that be amazing? *insert happy sigh*
While I can’t teach you how to fly to work or have your house clean itself, I can share a secret of very efficient and organized people: they harness the power of habits.
Habits = Superpower
Habits are a Superpower because they let you get things done without a struggle.
Once you develop a habit, doing something that seems hard, almost impossible to others, is second nature to you.
If that isn’t a Superpower, I don’t know what is!
The podcast audio below teaches how you can use habits as a Superpower in your own life. Word of caution: It won’t be quick and it’ll take some work, but the results may literally change your life.
Listen above to learn about taking advantage of the superpower of habits.
Why are Habits a Superpower?
1. We spend more time than we realize doing things out of habit.
According to Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit, about 40% to 45% of what we do every day may feel like a decision, but it’s actually habit.
Since you spend so much of your day doing habits, by creating intentional habits that support you and your family, you can can use this 40-45% to your advantage.
That’s a huge part of your day! When you use this time intentionally, you can build almost anything in your life.
You can also turn bad habits into good ones. You can create new habits for the parts of your life that aren’t working. The best part – you can do this all on automatic, without a struggle!
2. Habits make hard things easy.
Habits can make the hardest things in life feel easy. This is because the decision is already made. For example, you don’t need to decide to eat healthy today. Instead, you choose to eat healthy today because that’s simply what you always eat for breakfast. It’s therefore easy for you to eat healthy since it’s just what you always do.
The other reason why habits make hard things easy is because after a while, you feel drawn to it.
For example, if you’re used to walking a few times a week and something comes up and you can’t walk, don’t you feel “off?” Like something’s missing? I love that feeling!! It means you’ve incorporated a habit. It’s part of you and you WANT to do it! Yay!!
If you’d like to learn my system on creating habits, sign up below to get access to my free class (it’s part of my resource library).
In the class, I walk you through the strategies that work for me. My method takes longer than other methods claim (listen to the podcast to learn why), but once you take the time to truly create a habit, it’s there to stay.
Hint: Start small! The smaller you start, the more likely you are to actually succeed.
What Habit Will You Create?
After listening to the podcast, let me know in the comments what habit you will create. How will you start SO SMALL that you actually achieve the habit?
I can’t wait to cheer you on!