How to Know You’ve Created a Habit

When you wake up in the morning, and see that it’s raining outside, and think to yourself, “Cool! I get to run in the rain on my way to the gym.” And you’re not being sarcastic.

Then you think about the person who saw the rainclouds and decided to skip training today, and you actually find yourself feeling sorry for them.

It’s fine to make excuses for why you can’t do something. But when you see someone else getting the thing you want, don’t chalk it up to luck or fortune.

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