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Successful people have successful habits. Creating success-driven habits is not hard when you follow this step by step method that bestselling author Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul, 30 Day Sobriety Solution) shares in his recent blog article. 

As I’ve said countless times before, “Success leaves clues.” This means that if you want to be successful, then you simply have to look at what successful people have done before you. All successful people have successful habits – habits that they have created and refined over time because they helped them to reach their goals. 

Learning how to develop a habit can be as simple as observing others who are already successful. Study successful people, and then ask yourself which of their habits would help you to reach YOUR goals. 

Once you have that list, then it’s time to actively work on building those habits and making them a consistent part of your daily life. 

Now what I’m about to tell you is a step-by-step method to help you create better habits. 

It works because it’s simple. You don’t need complicated strategies. This template can be applied to any area of your life: business or personal. If applied consistently, it will help you achieve everything you want. 

Learning how to develop a habit involves three fundamental steps: Read more  

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