This article outlines five life changing habits that can change your life. The first habit is to never give up, the second is to learn something new every day, the third is putting yourself last so you can put others first, fourth is having an optimistic attitude and lastly it’s about building a good community for all people. I found myself looking forward to each of these Life Changing Habits and realized how much better my life was because of them.
- I follow the Warren Buffet 5/25 rule.
Make a list of 25 things you want to do in your life.
Now do the top 5.
Never ever think the other 20 again.
Else they will take time away from the first 5 that are most important. This rule was the game changer for me.
- I learnt to use my time WISELY by:
Working in 60 minutes with 10 minutes breaks.
Limiting how much time I spend on social media.
Cancelled my Netflix account.
Planning my weeks in advance, No parties.
- I learnt how to MANAGE my money
Not many people know this but money management is more important than getting money.
I had friends who would buy a $500 wallet to have mothing in it. I’d rather buy $25 wallet and have $475 in it.
Don’t go broke trying look rich
- I had laser-like FOCUS on ALL my goals
Whatever goal I had to achieve that is where all my focus went..
Everything else was just background noise.
Starve your distraction, and feel your focus.
- I invested heavily into 2 things!
1. Invested in myself
Building my confidence
2. Invested in income producing assets
What I found shocking about these habits is the fact that they are already ingrained in my character. All of these Life Changing Habits I learned at a young age and it made me appreciate my life even more. It also showed me how important the right habits are because of what they can do to change someone’s future.
If you’re reading this article right now chances are you’re like me and want to change your life. You’re tired of your daily routine, tired of doing things that don’t benefit you or that make you unhappy, and maybe worst of all, feeling trapped by your job.
The first habit I outlined is “Never give up”.