It’s often the small daily habits that impact your productivity and you may not realize how self-sabotaging some of those habits have become. Breaking bad habits and developing new habits to replace them requires self-control and research shows that self-control is a vital contributor to success, a strong work ethic and high productivity. As TalentSmart President and author Travis Bradbury explains, self-control is like a muscle that you can build up through exercise. Strengthen your self-control muscle by breaking these bad habits that may be holding back your success.
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