9 Minutes To Develop Healthy Habits
Tell me something.
If you could take 5 minutes today to do just one thing which will make you happier, healthier, richer, more successful…
Would You Do It?
Of course you would!
Now, if I told you that health, wealth and success will be yours only if you did this 5-minute thing over and over every day for a full year, would you still do it?
Very possibly, yes.
Because the reward is well worth the price.
Which means the only reason you’re not already doing it is because you don’t know how powerful these things are.
I’m going to tell you, now.
And then, it’s up to you to decide whether or not to do them – and keep doing them.
None of them is costly.
Or time consuming.
It’ll probably take you 5 minutes a day.
1. Eat Fruit:
Any fruit is ok. So pick your favorite.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Eating a piece of fruit every day has incredible health and nutrition benefits.
Choose fruits you like and enjoy eating, and this even becomes fun.
2. Drink Water:
A glass or two of water, three times a day, will refresh, energize and nourish you.
Just regular water. No ‘shine’ or ‘sparkle’ or ‘aeration’ needed. Many people are dehydrated – and don’t even realize it. Drinking water cures that – and will boost your performance.
Try it and see the difference.
3. Take Vitamins:
Take a multi-vitamin pill once a day. No matter your age or health status, your body needs a daily quota of vitamins. If you don’t get it in your regular diet, you can take it as a supplement.
Make sure you get your daily recommended allowance and watch your health soar.
4. Get Enough Sleep:
An extra hour of restful sleep can transform you into an energetic dynamo. Go to bed a little earlier. Avoid sedatives and sleeping pills.
Take short 15-20 minute ‘power naps’ in the middle of the day, if you feel very tired. It will refresh you and leave you with more energy to face the rest of your day – and be much more productive.
5. Do Exercise:
No, not lengthy workouts in a gym. They help, but if you can’t squeeze one into your busy day, I totally understand.
But at least do some simple stretches, yoga routines or mini-workouts for a few minutes daily. You can see my 15 minute plan here: click
Now, these are just five ideas.
You can follow them all. Or only a few. Or even none.
That isn’t the main point I’m trying to make.
It’s that you should develop good habits.
All kinds of good habits.
Habits that you follow constantly, regularly and without fail.
Because success takes consistent and directed effort.
Habits help you achieve such effort.
In my new book “Knife At A Gunfight – 5 Easy Ways To Transform Your Life“, I dive deeper into the subject of developing positive habits.
If you want to build new habits that stick, this book will transform your life… in 5 easy steps!