Rich habits is enrichingThomas Corley challenges us to embrace good habits in order to improve our lives. The rich habits preached by Corley include the following:
- Assessing our strengths and weakness and striving to minimize our bad habits and maximizing our strengths and good habits
- Focusing our time and efforts on what matters the most in our lives (work, family, people)
- Engaging in continuously education and improvement
- Defining daily to-do lists, keeping track of them (morning, afternoon, night)
- Setting long- and short-term goals and keeping track of our progress toward achieving those goals
- Caring for people, building relationships, helping others, networking,
- Getting rid of bad habits, including binge eating, watching too much TV, gambling, procrastinating, living beyond our means
- Mastering our emotions
- Saving money and investing
- Exercising, taking care of our health
Those habits are very challenging to follow, but without any doubt, they bring tremendous benefits.
I recommend this book to anybody who is engaged in self-improvement.