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Making good habits, breaking bad habits

Making good habits, breaking bad habits
In 'Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits', Joyce Meyer begins by helping you separate the good from the bad. 'Habits are learned things we do through repetition,' she says, 'and eventually done either unconsciously or with little effort.' Then, instead of concentrating your work and energy on the bad habits in your life, she helps you focus on developing your natural good habits.
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Author: MEYER JOYCE
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Her main purpose is to focus your mind on what you want to do, rather than getting you frustrated by the things youd rather be rid of but wont seem to go away. Controlling your thoughts is her tool to accomplish this through her usual attention to practical self improving suggestions. Joyce shows you how to eliminate those habits that are not helpful, how to get yourself organised and how to be active in doing the right thing. Joyce gives you the keys to unlocking the chains of those habits that imprison you; such as constant rushing, guilt about having to be perfect, and shirking responsibility for those who look to you. Then she encourages you to create worthwhile habits such as: Making wise decisions Becoming physically healthier Being happier Cultivating generosity toward others Addressing our addictions( whether they be to cell phones or unhealthy stimulants) The book is in Joyces usual conversational and encouraging tone, reflecting her devotion to scripture through direct references and pointers on how to commune with God. This is a book for making a noticeable change in your own life that will affect your own well being and that the people close to you at home, work, church and in your community.
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