Risk & Business Magazine Hardenbergh Magazine Fall 2019 - Page 8
7 WAYS TO GET TO
THE NEXT LEVEL IN YOUR LIFE
BY MEL ROBBINS
ne thing is for sure: What worked to get
you to one level will not get you to the
Every phase of your life will require a
different you, and regardless of where you
are at, you’ll have to change at least one thing (if not
multiple things) to catapult yourself to where you hope
to go personally and professionally.
HOW WILL YOU TAKE YOUR LIFE AND BUSINESS TO
THE NEXT LEVEL?
Start by acknowledging where you’re rocking it right
now. Personally, I’ve already got some great habits in
I’m up by 6:15 most every morning. I keep my phone
out of the bedroom and spend those first minutes
checking in with my energy levels and setting goals for
the day in my journal. I exercise regularly and keep an
eye on my diet. Those habits helped me get to where I
am now, but it’s time to step it up.
Now, here are the seven steps you can take to get to
the next level:
Yes, I’ve got some good habits, but I have to practice
them consistently. The same goes for my business
partner Mandy and the same goes for you.
In my case, I need to get consistent about sticking to
my good habits when I’m traveling or have particular
projects that shake up the routine. Sure, life happens,
but the more consistent we can be with positive habits,
the more likely we are to stick with them and reach
next level of success.
What good habits do you have that you stick to 70
to 80 percent of the time? Where would being more
consistent about that behavior help you succeed?
2. BE A TOTAL HAWK ABOUT YOUR ACTIVITY.
When my ADHD takes over, I leave drawers open,
water running, coffee half poured, and find myself
folding laundry when five minutes before I was
working on a big project.