"All men’s natures are alike – it’s their habits that carry them far apart." - Confucius
One of the books I committed to reading during the month of February is The Habit Factor by Martin Grunburg. After finishing it, I would highly recommend it. The above quote is just a glimpse into the kind of thinking that is reflected in this book which focuses on finding a way to achieve goals to their full potential through habit. Habit, as defined by the Webster Dictionary, is a usual way of behaving: something that a person does often in a regular and repeated way.
Now, these habits can deter you from doing what you really want to accomplish or they can help you in achieving success in your life. It’s all about figuring out which tasks in planning your goals can become habits. Doing this will move these tasks from being cognitive to reflexive allowing these goals to be achieved with less effort.
Through nearly 3,000 years of philosophy and success literature, The Habit Factor shows you how to bring these focused habits into your life so you can get from point A to point B without distraction. The book takes you on a “mind bending adventure of insight and application” as it explores the deepest mysteries of habit. Empowering the reader, the book also introducing an innovative process designed to help you create and align your habits to achieve your goals more quickly than before.
Get a sneak peak of the book in the below video of the author.