Your habits are defining you.
In his book Habit, Charles Duhigg writes about students … “Self-discipline predicted academic performance more robustly than did IQ. Self-discipline also predicted which students would improve their grades over the course of the school year, whereas IQ did not … Self-discipline has a bigger effect on academic performance than does intellectual talent.”
Can I shoot you straight? Those words are not limited to IQ. Your habits are perfectly designed to give you your current results physically, vocationally, relationally, and emotionally.
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Is there an area you need to change? Today is your day. A habit is nothing more than a pattern of behavior. Make the choice to discipline yourself to do what is right and then do it again tomorrow. String enough right choices together and you will redefine yourself.
Why? Because you are what you do.
Leadership Begins at Home,
What are some of your leadership habits?
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