Did you ever wonder how the very successful people get so much done?
We have the same amount of hour in a day, the same amount of day in a week, and the same amount of week in a year. But these people were able to accomplish so much more while some other people stay stagnant or worse, fall behind.
It’s more than doing more and working harder.
Imagine you are ultra-clear with your goals and never fail to put them into action quickly.
Instead of getting the important work done when you feel like it, you build the habit of putting in the work consistently. And you are able to stay laser-focused on these habits to accomplish the goals you set for yourself.
We’re what we repeatedly do. Excellence is not an act, it’s a habit. —Aristotle
Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing. —Vince Lombardi
Successful people are simply those with successful habits. —Brain Tracy
Consistency is what makes a behavior a habit. However, keeping good consistency required a specific set of techniques, especially during the beginning stage of any behavioral change.
It’s easy for us to fall into the trap of doing everything at the same time. Lack of focus and commitment is one huge barrier to achieving your ultimate goals.
Most of us know what to do to move forward, but at the same time, most of us are careless with things that are holding us back. To move forward, we need to avoid moving backward.
One most common struggle people face is procrastination. It’s an embedded behavior we can’t eliminate entirely. However, we can implement a few hacks to keep it in control.
One last key factor that sabotages our progress is the lack of confidence. The best solution is to implement a system to track and measure our improvement regularly.
If any of these sound familiar to you, read further.
What if you can start breaking bad habits and sticking to the good ones?
What if you learn how to turn your motivational spikes into realistic goals, and turn the realistic goals into a solid action plan?
What if you stop distracted by hundreds and thousands of different things, and instead, staying focused on the very habits that help propel you to your goals automatically?
You’ll be able to get more done in less time, reach and perform at your highest potential, and ultimately, gaining the sense of confidence about accomplishing your goals.
The only remaining question is: HOW?
The workshop includes 90 minutes of content and 30 minutes of Q&A session.
Date and Time: April 11, 8:00 PM Central Time
I write about behavioral psychology and performance improvement on DeanYeong.com.
As a 2x Quora Top Writer and contributor to several major publications like HuffPost, Inc., Thought Catalog, and more, my writing has accumulated over 15 million organic views on the Internet.
In fact, it would be impossible for me to accomplish that without first mastering two of the most essential habits in my life: reading and writing. These two habits allow me to accelerate my growth both professionally and personally.
I then used what I learned from these experiences to transform other areas of my life.
For example, losing 8% of body fat in 8 weeks, fixing my finances and increase my net worth by 160% in a single year, and more.
In Habit Workshop, I’m going to show you the key insights on goal-setting, habit, and focus that I’ve learned over the years from the very successful people from a wide range of background and discipline.
These are the exact insights and strategies I’ve used for myself — plus, more that are proven to work for many others.
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Ask any questions you have about breaking bad habits, building good routine, staying focused on your new behaviors, and more.
Date and Time: April 11, 8:00 PM Central Time
Yes, if you want to develop positive habits that last a lifetime but find it incredibly tough (you even tried and failed). No, if you think building positive habits is a waste of time.
The next Habit Workshop is happening on April 11, 8 PM Central Time. Click here to find out the date and time for your time zone.
If you purchase the live version, you’ll need to make sure your availability for the workshop. If you’re not sure about your availability or you prefer to have access even after the live workshop, you can opt for the live + recording version.
Okay, you’re smart. Indeed, there is a catch. After the live workshop, I’ll be reaching out to find out how the content works for you and what it has helped you accomplished.
I’m going to use your inputs to make Habit Workshop a better course in the future, and hopefully your results as a testimonial for future marketing purpose (with your consensus and permission, of course).
I don’t have a machine to turn back the time I’ve spent (because it’s live), and I certainly can’t give you your time back. But I don’t want you to pay for things you’re not 100% satisfied with.
With the Time-Machine Guarantee, you get a 14-day full refund if you don’t enjoy Habit Workshop. Send over an email to tell me why within 14 days after the live date, and I will give you back your money in full.