It’s not the knowledge but the habit

There is no shortage of knowledgeable people around us. When we present a problem, almost 10 out of 10 people will give us advice. And more often than not, their advice is useful in one way or the other. If we know so much about what we need to do, then how come things don’t always work out? How come we are not succeeding in all fronts. It’s not because we don’t know, but because we have not turned what we know is good into a habit.

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