66. Top 3 Power Habits Learned from Gary Keller & Jay Papasan

Aug 21, 2017 | 0 comments

Over five years went into researching and writing The ONE Thing, and one of the things we discovered was that, on average, it takes 66 days to form a habit. That means you can form up to five life-changing power habits every year… but how many power habits have you acquired over even the past five years? Most of us haven’t formed very many, and that’s okay. Today you have the opportunity to intentionally decide which habits you will form, and narrow your focus to the ONE you want to acquire first.  

The ONE Thing to Implement From This Episode:

We hope you’ll celebrate episode 66 with us by picking just ONE of the three power habits we described and starting your own 66 Day Challenge. You can download your own 66-Day Calendar for free at the1thing.com/66daychallenge.  

In this episode you will learn…

  • [5:25] The 1st Habit: How to act in order of priority.
  • [10:30] The 2nd Habit: How to schedule time with yourself to do your most important work (and protect it).
  • [19:40] The 3rd Habit: How to think BIG and act small.  


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  • [FREE Training] How to Start Time Blocking TODAY!  

Links & Tools From This Episode

  • Form your first power habit with your 66 Day Challenge Calendar  
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