A Success Habit?

| December 27, 2017

A Success Habit?

“Some people dream of success, while other people get up every morning and make it happen.” ~ Wayne Huizenga


Every day we are bombarded with information from every conceivable place.





TV, radio, Youtube, your phone, the list is endless.

The key is to know, not suspect, what to let in and what to filter out.

I made it a habit years ago to ruthlessly limit my exposure to junk, fake and useless news to just 30 minutes a day.

That is more than enough time to get a global perspective on what’s going on, process what is being said, and form an opinion.

Think about this.

There are only 1,440 minutes in a day (24 hours x 60 minutes).

Subtract 440 for sleep, rest, and downtime — you have 1,000 prime minutes to make all your dreams real.

Frittering away 5% of that time is harmless — a pleasant diversion. That’s 50 minutes out of 1,000.

The rest must be invested in moving your life forward. Not wasted in distractions, interruptions, and preoccupations.

If you want to achieve Maximum Success each day, make it a habit to learn something new >> apply it >> and repeat until healthy, wealthy, and wise.

Success is not a journey… a destination… or a philosophy.

Success is a HABIT!


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E. R. Haas is CEO of the TQ Smart family of web sites including ThinkTQ.com, IntentionalExcellence.com, MyBizIQ.com, MyBelieversGuide.com, MarriageWithPurpose.com and hundreds of others.E. R. is a "serial entrepreneur" and has created over 20 different businesses in software, manufacturing, finance, publishing and many other areas.He is married to Jan Haas who shares his interest in model railroading, gardening, and traveling by train. Together, they have 5 grown children, 9 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.

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