7 Steps to Developing Good Habits

Good habits and productivity go hand in hand. If you want to see positive changes with your productivity, there must also be positive changes with your habits. Sticking with your old ways that do not benefit your productivity would not make you a more productive person. You would just get the same result as before.

The things that you routinely do each day develop into traits that become natural in you over time. Veering away from this routine could be difficult and uncomfortable. This applies to eliminating the bad habits that you may have been used to doing for years and working on creating new good behaviors that would bring positive impact to your productivity.

No change is easy, but this shouldn’t discourage you from continuously doing what you know needs to be done for your productivity’s sake. As days go by, you would get used to your new routine and before you know it, you have already adapted with your new habits.

We prepared an infographic that would guide you in developing good habits that you need to do every day. From recognizing what needs to be changed to finding ways on how you can reward yourself, this list would help you stick with positive practices for enhancing your productivity.

Enjoy 🙂

7 Steps to Developing Good Habits

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Sarah Smith

Sarah is a graphic designer freelance writer and hands on mom to her cat. She loves sharing tips on blogging and personal development in general. Sarah also loves participating on forums and exchanging ideas with other people.

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  • Joel

    25, January 2017 at 2:26 am

    Love the infographic. I think it would be great to add an 8th step that says, “Be Consistent” to it. What do you think Sarah?

  • Kris

    30, November 2016 at 8:01 pm

    For me the hard part is #6 – I get the concept but find it hard to make new habits part of my routine. I don’t want the routine to be boring, but without just doing it then it won’t work.