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Mini Habits Update

I still have some areas I need to work on.
As promised in my previous article on Mini Habits from the book, Mini Habits, I am reporting back to you regarding the book.

It's a pretty good read. I'm not that far into the book, but I'm reading it...slowly.

The author, Stephen Guise, makes an interesting point as he explains that, "good habits are as amazing as bad habits are dreadful" (ebook p 424). What that means to me is that it's all about perspective. If we look at developing a good habit with a positive attitude then that's probably what will happen and vice versa.

Nevertheless, I need all the help I can get in developing better habits in several areas of my life. As I continue on with reading the book I expect to learn new tools. I'm learning more than I thought about how the brain works (Guise goes quite a bit into detail about how the prefrontal cortex and the basal ganglia works regarding motivation and will power). Will I report back on that? Maybe.

In gist, I'm optimistic that things will get better for us all in self-development and for many of us that begins with developing better habits and sticking with them, not just doing them for 2 weeks.

No need to worry though, because all this is a little reminder about what the Lord said about the security of our future. He said, "for I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." 

How about making a habit of believing that if you haven't already done so?

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Jeremiah 29:11


  1. I love that scripture. It's on the front of one of my journals. You're right. Forming good habits is important because it keeps us on the right track to better health, better living, spiritual growth, educating ourselves, etc.

  2. Yes, it's a great scripture and one of the more common ones. I used it throughout many blog posts, because it's fitting for what God has for His people and others who chose to believe it. #faith


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