Do you know everything that you need to know about forming a habit?
More than 20,000 people have downloaded the 66-Day Calendar from the1thing.com and we’ve shepherded more than 4,000 people through a 66-Day challenge through our Time Blocking Mastery Course — and what we’ve found is that there are some very common myths around forming a habit.
And if you aren’t aware of what these myths are, then you simply won’t be as successful. So, in this episode, we sit down with someone who’s embarked on quite a few 66-Day Challenges, Jeff Gray, and we dive into some of the mistakes he made and the lessons he learned along the way — lessons that were absolutely vital to achieving the success he has today.
The ONE Thing to take away from this episode:
When you set out on a journey to form new habits, you have to start by acknowledging that your journey is not going to be filled with perfection. It is a journey of taking action, of reflection.
It’s the practice of asking yourself, “What’s the ONE thing I CAN do that will make everything else easier or unnecessary?”
If you want to implement one of the lessons you learned this episode, there’s no better time than the new year. And on Jan. 1, 2020, we will be kicking off a Living Your ONE Thing 66-Day Challenge exclusively for members. We will be pouring into our community so that everyone can start the new year with a power habit that sticks, and we invite you to join us.
You can start for FREE at the1thing.com/community.
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