Here are the some interesting habits of famous entrepreneurs that can help give you starting points for your own successful daily routines.
Procrastination isn't a bad thing if you do it constructively.
Completing these steps gives entrepreneurs a competitive advantage over others.
The next time you marathon-watch 'Orange Is the New Black,' do your body a favor -- get up and shake a leg.
Habits are how you do what you need to do consistently. The right ones don't happen by accident.
The quickest way to get smarter is to learn how to learn faster.
Learn to approach work with courage and find the best version of yourself.
Approach your business game in the same manner Federer has approached the game of tennis.
How to Become a Millionaire
Hard work, lifelong learning and the humility necessary to ask mentors for wisdom are the ingredients for a rich life, in every sense.
Nothing sabotages your productivity quite like bad habits. They are insidious, creeping up on you slowly until you don't even notice the damage they're causing.
Famously, founders obsess about optimization and maximizing productivity, while too many neglect the very habits that ensure their own peak performance. Get back on track.
Getting Things Done
Try, fail, learn, repeat. It's not fast but it gets you there sooner than not starting until you're 'ready'.
Boosting productivity is about working smarter, not harder.
Likeability is so powerful that it can completely alter your performance.