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16 Habits That Will Empower Strong Women’s Lives

Your daily habits are a determining factor in how successful you will be. So instead of wasting your hours on trivial things, devote yourself to finding your life’s true purpose. To see this purpose, you must first find yourself and know what you want. You don’t need to have all the answers. You have to take the first step today, now, here. T

If you don’t know where to start, let’s look at these 16 habits that will help you transform your life!

1. Wake up ready for the day

Write your to-do list the night before and the next day. You are ready to start the day when your list is ready! Also, the act of writing something in itself can be life-changing. Klauser, author of Write it Down, Make it Happen, calls it knowing what you want and getting it.

2. Rest like queens

One of the main things we need to do to live a healthy life is to sleep well. Our body is fit when we sleep well. Therefore, before sleeping at night, always put your phone aside. If you can sleep well every night, you will increase your productivity.

We’ve been told that the first thing we must sacrifice to be successful in sleep is to go to bed late and get up early. People started to see themselves as heroes because they got six hours of sleep, but that’s not true… The first thing you need to do for yourself is to sleep well. Good sleep is the backbone of everything. You feel better when you sleep better. You work better when you feel better. When you work better, you do more in less time.

3. Meditate

Oprah said it changed her life; Jane Fonda says it’s one of her secrets to aging gracefully; Arianna Huffington says meditation is key to her success. Meditation helps you focus, reduce anxiety, and increase creativity. Think of meditation as a mini-meeting with yourself.

Spiritual Teacher Eckhart Tolle says: “Meditation is about being still enough to tell the difference between the sound and you.” That’s why you can calm your mind by meditating for a few minutes each day.

4. Plan your budget

Plan your budget and stick to it. As they say: “A budget is about saying where the money is going, rather than wondering where it’s going.” Wouldn’t you like to be able to spend your money without any guilt or say goodbye to your debt burden? Remember that budgeting is your first step toward financial freedom. It’s not about restriction; it’s all about control.

5. Affirm yourself

Want to learn something in less than two minutes a day that will improve your mood and mental health while boosting your self-confidence? One word: Affirmation! I recommend repeating 3-5 positive affirmations to yourself in the mirror every day. Your relationship with yourself will begin to improve through what we call this Cognitive Based Therapy. It is also an essential habit of confident people. So try making a list of everything you love about yourself.

6. Set a goal

Harvard University did some research on goal setting a few years ago. They asked students if they had set specific written goals and made clear plans to achieve them. The results showed that 3% of the participants wrote down their goals and objectives, 13% had goals in mind but did not write them down, and 84% had no plans.

Ten years later, the same group of students was interviewed again, and the results were surprising. It was observed that 13% of the participants who had goals but did not write them down earned twice as much money as the 84% who had no plans. The 3% who wrote down their goals earned an average of 10 times more than the other 97% of the class combined. As Steven Pressfield says, “Most of us have two lives: the lives we live and the lives we can live.”

7. Expand your business network

People who want to be successful do not miss the opportunity to meet. Getting promoted is hard if your boss doesn’t know who you are. Therefore, aim to network with people of all levels in your company.

8. List your responsibilities

Establishing a routine around your daily or weekly tasks makes life easier. Practices streamline your day and build good habits. Even if it’s a small thing, making a regular daily habit creates significant momentum in the long run. Drop by drop; it becomes a lake.

9. Make socializing a priority

Social interaction is a necessity for us. Studies show that happy people are twice as social as unhappy people.

10. Donate

Donating to causes you care about benefits charities, makes you feel good, and strengthens your values.

11. Improve your vocabulary

Communication is the head of everything. One of the most distinctive features of successful people is their vast language.

12. Be curious

Successful people continue their education throughout their lives. What we call education here is not just about the university. Be sure to learn something new every week, whether it’s a podcast or a book.

13. Organize your space

Some people think that being a minimalist means sacrificing something. But being a minimalist is a state of mind, not a set of rules. You enjoy everything you have and don’t worry about what you don’t have. So focus on the memories, not the things in your life.

14. Follow what is happening in the world and around you

Always keep yourself updated.

15. Take a 15-minute walk every day

Spending time outdoors is a natural antidepressant. Make it a habit to spend time in the fresh air and outside the four walls of your home or office, whether it’s a morning or lunch break.

16. Remember that the rebound is always more robust than the fall

No mistakes, just lessons. Get fed. Grow up. Inspire. Let every lesson you learn be a brick in the foundation of building yourself.