Which is also probably why winning is a habit, and so is losing.
Change is immediate. At this very moment, we can change our lives. We don’t have to wait until tomorrow. Because if we do, we are essentially waiting until our deathbed.
But then there is procrastination staring us right in the face. Standing in our way. We can combat procrastination with good habits, that’s how we accomplish goals. Bad habits, however, are shortcuts. They offer instant gratification. That’s why they can be so debilitating. That’s why bad habits, shortcuts, get in the way of our long-term goals.
Ironically, the quickest way to become successful is to replace the bad habits with the good.
With effort, habits can change. And so can you.