In sight, in mind.

The easier it is to access a good habit, the more likely we will do it. At least that’s what I’ve discovered in my own life. I am 100% more likely to work out if I’ve got my weights, bands, and shoes out in the open and ready to go. The same goes for practicing guitar. When my guitar is on a stand, I’m much more likely to reach out and grab it and take a “quick” guitar break, versus if was stuck in a guitar case somewhere under something. And if there’s no ice cream in the house, well, I can’t eat any, right? (Or at least I’m less likely to).

It’s not that we are lazy, rather most of us are lacking in time and motivation to start. No wonder you have trouble sticking to a good habit when you have to go through a ten-step process before you can start! (I’m breaking a sweat just thinking about it).

Surround yourself with good habits over bad. Make it as simple as possible to work on your goals.

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing — Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1296

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