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25 Jul 2014
We are all familiar with the old shampoo bottle adage “rinse and repeat” which is printed on all our showering hair care regimen materials. Of course, when you are exercising other skills besides lathering your tresses, you may find it easier to remember that habits are the foundation of all success and most failures. Habits, repeated over and over until you really get down the routine, are part of what make humans so powerful and yet so vulnerable.

If you repeat exercises in success, whatever they may be for your particular job title and routine, you are creating habits of success. This is a great way to leverage the power of your sub conscious mind into creating habits which you don’t have to invest in physically, emotionally or mentally like you would your non-habitual actions.

The way that humans are vulnerable, though, is through the same process. If you create habits of failure or of just not doing anything when you know you should be performing and completing tasks, then you are making it easy on yourself to not fulfill tasks, not complete work and to not end up being successful at the end of the day, or at least without enormous amounts of emotional energy being sunk into the work at hand.

Exercises in success must be kept up, day after day, even when they become irksome, because when the habits sets in for the long term, you will find it to be invaluable in your daily work. For more information, check out the book titled “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg.

In the meantime, contact Mediscreen today. We are NATA accredited for medical testing, and we bring our fitness and testing, our mobile drug testing and alcohol testing, and our high quality customer service directly to your workplace. We make sure that you have everything you need to make a success out of your business and to keep it on top during all of the inevitable changes which occur in the business marketplace.

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