A Powerful Formula for Success

February 4, 2021 pwm1

When we have practiced good actions awhile, they become easy; when they are easy, we take pleasure in them; when they please us, we do them frequently; and then, by frequency of act, they grow into a habit.

— John Tillotson, Archbishop of Canterbury (by Sir Godfrey Kneller; Public Domain

This may be one of the most powerful truths ever written. Internalize it. Live by it. Write down what actions, if repeated faithfully, would transport you from where you are now to where you would like to be, and then follow Tillotson’s simple formula for each—one at a time. This routine will be transformational.

—Mike Hazell

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