Champions Develop Successful Habits!

Human psychologists tell us that as much as 95% of what we do everyday is based on our habits, good or bad, positive or negative.


Everything we think, feel, do and achieve is the result of our habits.


From the time we wake up in the morning until our heads lay rest on our pillows at night, the vast majority of our actions and results are based on habitual behaviors.


Champions develop successful habits so they can accelerate their progress in life.


If you want to be a Champion, in the Martial Arts and in life, you must develop the habits and attitudes that will get you from where you are now, to where you want to be.  


A habit is nothing more than a conditioned response that is developed through practice and repetition. You can choose new habits, you can even replace negative habits with positives.


For example, you decide you want to be healthier, happier and become more physically fit.


If you start to eat healthier foods, you begin to fill up on the healthy foods and have less room and desire for junk foods. If you train in class 2-3 times per week, plus you practice and exercise for a minimum of 30 minutes on the days you are not in class.

Follow this regimen everyday for the next 21 days, with practice and repetition, you begin to develop new habits of excellence in your physical life. Habits such as this will allow you to do more, have more energy and become more than you would if you didn't make a choice to improve your habits. 


Pat Riley, coach of 2006 World Champion Miami Heat, says:


          "If your not getting better...your getting worse!"               




It's the same with our habits. If we are not working to improve them, they can easily regress into comfort zone habits and/or we may even begin to develop negative habits that can do more harm than good.


It's been said that bad habits are easy to form, but tough to live with.

Good habits are tougher to develop, but a lot easier to live with.


Champions Develop Successful Habits. 


Currently, what are your best habits that you would like to magnify and multiply?


If you could pick one or two new habits you'd like to develop in the next 21 days...


What would they be? How would they help to improve your life? Why is this important?



“Habits we Train are Habits we Gain”   - Kyoshi Steve LaVallee



Many years ago, I decided to develop the habit of E-T-R=>Early To Rise!


At first, it was very tough because I was basically a night owl at the time. The biggest challenge I had was the activities was doing in the late evening hours were not as productive as the activities I would focus on first thing in the morning.


At first, I tried getting up earlier without going to be any earlier. As you could imagine, it didn't work out too well. Then, I applied some PIGHEADED DISCIPLINE, DETERMINATION AND DRIVE to make a change in my habits.


Eventually, it became habit to go to bed earlier so I could join the Five O'clock Club.


That one habit change has made such a huge impact and difference in my life. I read more, plan more, train more and always seem to have more time for myself than I ever did before.


Once I accomplished this, I began to work on my reading skills. I bought a course on speed reading course and another one on accelerated learning skills. What a difference in my retention and ability to learn and absorb more of the good stuff.


Because I was getting better and being rewarded for my efforts, it became easier and more enjoyable. I compare it to doing roadwork, when you first start running, the pain is much greater than the gain. Then, after you've been doing it for 3-4 weeks, you begin to feel the benefit and you are rewarded for your effort.


I once heard that we first form our habits, then our habits form us.


I believe this to be true and my own experience backs it up.


Believe me, I am far from perfect. However, I do seem to be getting better in many areas and I am now ready to take myself to the next level in every aspect of life and business.





Business philosopher, Jim Rohn says you shouldn't wish that life would be easier, you should strive to make yourself better. 


If you and I continue to make ourselves better at the game of life, we are bound to score more victories than losses. Everyone wins when that happens.


ACTION T-N-T=>Today-Not-Tomorrow!


- Take a good look at your current habits and daily rituals. Especially the first half hour and the last half hour of your day. Are you starting and finishing with positive input?


- Do the same with your work habits. Look at your habits and rituals for the first half hour and the last half hour of your start and finish of your work day.


- Improving these areas by as little as 10% could lead to huge improvements in your progress and growth over the next 1-3 years. Give a shot for the next 21 days and see if you can develop the habit of self analysis and self improvement.

TO Your Success,

Sifu Charles Chi

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