Daily Dose of Living

Get ready to maximise your potential, maximise your living with empress2inspire’s new posts series “Daily Dose of Living”. These series will bring you the best in personal development and productivity every day of the week. Your best life awaits.

In today’s post we will see how having enough money will not help you build better habits or be a better person. No one is averse to earning money. That would be silly. You should, however, much more concerned with outcome than income. A common mistake we tend to make is that we often assign money as our primary driver of happiness: If I make $X, then I’ll be happy. Once this happens though—once we earn $X—we quickly discover that the equation is broken. There is, after all, a reason why most lottery winners end up broke: bad habits. Besides, there are plenty of miserable millionaires and countless happy poor folks. A much better conductor of individual contentment, then, has little to do with money: our daily habits. You see, we have a much better chance of radically improving our happiness by just changing our habits by forming new, empowering daily rituals. And we needn’t earn exorbitant amounts of cash to do so. We must acknowledge our mistakes, make the right direction-changing decisions, and then take incremental actions each day. Over time, as we move farther in the right direction, we’ll be able to wave at our bad habits in the rearview, happy and content, driving toward a more meaningful horizon.

Here’s a post on habits that successful people swear by > https://empress2inspire.blog/2020/09/23/habits-of-super-successful-people/

This is all, of course, not as easy as it sounds. But, then again, it’s simpler than you may think.Come back again tomorrow for more inspiration.

7 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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  1. I recommend The 7 habits of highly effective people

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    1. GS says:

      Great book. I read it a long time back but worth reading multiple times.

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