Good Habits Are Defensible

Good habits don’t come overnight. They come after years of deliberate hard work.

The hard part is initially building up the habit. But if you stick to it long enough, it becomes easy, it becomes automatic.

And once the habit has stuck the benefits of the habit compound. It can give you more time, more energy or more knowledge. These in turn give you more fuel to build more habits.

It’s tough to compete with you if you have better habits than me. In that sense, good habits are defensible, and they can be your competitve edge.

May 20, 2020

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