Automating Success: The Power of the Right Routine

In a Facebook Live for The Goal Standard Challenge, high-performance coach Todd Herman shares how a powerful, yet simple routine to reach new goals and develop powerful business habits.

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By Andrea Huspeni • Feb 20, 2017

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Not all routines are created equally, at least according to high-performance coach Todd Herman.

In a Facebook Live for The Goal Standard Challenge, Herman shares how a powerful, yet simple routine can help you reach new goals and develop powerful business habits.

Herman focuses on the "Power 5" strategy, in which people filter their decisions through five actions we do in our lives: Start doing something, stop doing something, continue doing something, do less of something and do more of something.

Check out his Facebook Live video to get more insight. Also, download his "Power 5" worksheet.

Related: 11 Habits of Truly Happy People

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Andrea Huspeni

Founder of This Dog's Life

Andrea Huspeni is the former special projects director at Entrepreneur.com and the founder of This Dog's Life.

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