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A thing called: Habit

Hi guys, so i just know that there was someone who “liked” my previous article(whaaat? So happy 🙂 ) Then it sparked something in me-a desire, what kind of desire? Desire to write.

About habits, i mean like everything that we do is habits right? What do we do after waking up? What time we go to bed? Or maybe to the little thing about how we eat. We are our habits.  So i think to master our habits is one of the best thing we  can do.

 Sometimes when we see other’s success or victory, we feel upset and say why cant i do something like he did? But you missed the entire point : 

The success of someone is his/her repetitions in doing something 

We tend to not be patience in ourselves : a love for an easy life. But can you imagine how can a writer finish his book by not touching his keyboard in order to write. Every successful people once were like us, they were the average people but what they made themselves like themselves right now are rather what they did.

I read malcolm x’s quotes which goes around something like this :

If you see someone being success but you aren’t it means that there is something that they do that you dont do it. 

So it’s all about action man! What i’m trying to do right now is to try to change my habits gradually, when you finish mastering one habit, continue to another one! And guys, let me tell you this : Dont try to develop multiple habits at one time because when you do it, the thing that gonna happen is that at one day you will fail to do all of that habits, and then you think you should start small but after a while you’re not patience enough and you go back trying to develop those habits at one time. It’s a waste of time then :v 

So buckle up your seatbealts boys! We’re going on a journey to the valley of mastering habits-our noble purpose.

Dont let yourself crushed by what comfort of what you want now that what you want best for the future.

*notes : sorry if there is any mistakes, comments and critics are invited!