Behavioral studies have proven that human beings are creatures of habit, and the better habits you build, the more success you will enjoy. Watch this short video I taped at FOX Studios in Atlanta after being interviewed on FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney Show. I’ll look forward to your comments.

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Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

11 thoughts on “Mental Toughness Habits”

  1. As a way to measure – I am in sales if the results are there over time then the habits are working. It’s when they may dip from time to time and then for me to keep going is where the metal toughness can work.

  2. I am with the rest of you in staying on course. Having major depression is a constant battle to stay positive and to work steadily on developing and promoting my speaking presentations.

    No matter the best of intentions in fulfilling my schedule, I still have a bad habit of wasting time which I am trying to avoid like the plague.


  3. Yep! You’re absolutely right Mike. I work on my bad habits every day and over the years I’ve really gotten better in a lot of ways and I’ve excelled in many areas of my life. There is always room for improvement for sure. Yes. I want to develop the kind of mental toughness addiction habit that’s way too painful to stop 🙂


  4. Me too Mike. Procrastination and the lack of being organized are the two habits that come to mind that I must learn to break. I’m working on it. Getting better by the day 🙂

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