High Performance is a Consequence of Habits

Habits and productivity

There are good habits and bad habits and there are habits that have no distinct categorization nor purpose. But there are also habits that are developed on purpose to accomplish a goal. Building habits to achieve high performance or productivity is an example of this.

Personal and working habits could make or break a person’s productivity. In our personal and professional life, we are the sum total of our habits. As Mahatma Gandhi said, “our habits become our values and our values, become our destiny.” What we attain in life and at the work place is largely built on the humongous network of habits we have formed; routine behaviors that we do almost without conscious thought and which we have formed repeatedly over a period of time.

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