DBusiness Magazine recently published Jon Dwoskin’s article, Build Better Habits: Forming new business practices folllowing the COVID-19 outbreak can break the cycle of redundancy and mediocrity.
As we move into the summer season and we figure out the “new” normal, it’s a good time for each of us to break free of our frozen habits and embrace growth and change. That’s easier said than done following the virus pandemic. But the same level of thinking that got you where you were isn’t the same level that will get you where you want to be.
Habits, both good and bad, compound over time. One way to think about the power of compounding is the example of a penny. If you double a penny every day for 30 days, it compounds to $10.7 million. Albert Einstein said
it best when he said, “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world.”
To help build positive new habits that will compound over time, consider the following self-help goals.