Most of the time when people hear the word “habit”, they think of something bad, but habits can be good, bad, and anywhere in between. Believe it or not, we each have an endless number of habits that we perform daily without even realizing we’re doing it.
Have you ever thought about how many habits do you have? That’s probably a really hard question to answer because it’s likely that you have hundreds—maybe even thousands.
Think about it. From the time you wake up in the morning until the time you go to bed, you repeat routine after routine after routine. For instance, the time you wake up every morning may be a habit. Listening to music as you get dressed may be a habit. The way you drink your coffee or eat your eggs may be a habit and on and on. Repeating those routines eventually forms habits.
Studies have shown that it takes, on average, 66 days to form a habit. That means that if you repeat the same routine for 66 days...