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Hi, I’m Zdravko Cvijetic, but you can call me Z. I’m the founder of Zero to Skill, one of the leading productivity experts and author of the #1 viral Medium.com article.
Struggling with your habits? It’s not YOU, it’s your STRATEGY
Do you ever wonder how the most successful people get so much done?
When they say, “I’m going to…” lose weight, save more money, quit smoking, etc., you know they are actually going to do it.
But when you set the same goals, you’re not so sure. Maybe you will do it. Maybe not.
Each time you try to start a new habit, or break an existing bad habit, it’s like a yo-yo.
You start, hit a roadblock, lose motivation, then beat yourself up for not following through.
And then you repeat this cycle over and over and over again. It’s frustrating and discouraging.
Worst of all, just like the majority of people out there, you are still trying to change the same area of your life that you wanted to change years ago.
What’s the problem here? Is it you?
Are you incapable of change?
The problem is that you’re using the same failing strategies each time — the strategies that you’ll find most books, blogs, and courses which are supposed to help you change.
I’ve been there. I followed conventional advice and tried to motivate myself into change for 10 years; I tried to “want it more.” But it never worked; and even if it did, it never lasted because there are serious flaws with that approach.
The truth is, you’re more than capable of implementing any habit.
You just need a better strategy for getting things done. A proven system that helps you stick to — and finish — everything you start.
The good news?
Habit Of The Month Club solves all of these problems.
Your life today is essentially the sum of your habits. First you create your habits, and then your habits create you.
How in shape or out of shape you are? A result of your habits. How happy or unhappy you are? A result of your habits. How successful or unsuccessful you are? A result of your habits.
Many people, myself included, have multiple areas of life they would like to improve. However, in an attempt to become the ideal version of ourselves, we try to do it all at once, go to the gym every day, eat vegetables, drink less, lose weight, or whatever your version is. We try to change multiple habits at once only to say “to hell with it, this is too hard.”
And this is primarily because we don’t have a system in place, and we think of habits as something we DO, and not something we ARE.
In Habit of the Month Club, you will learn how to shift your mindset and focus on one habit at the time, to ultimately form the person you want to become.
Plain and simple, this Club will help you transform your habits, and in turn, it you can transform your life. Even if you don’t have much time. Even if you aren’t sure how to begin. And even if you have failed in the past.
Instead of focusing on many areas of your life you want to improve, you continue your life as it is, and you choose only one thing each month you want to improve.
Think about what is most important in your life and pick ONE good habit you want to develop (wake up earlier, start eating healthier, save more money, or learn something new) or ONE bad habit you want to remove (eat less junk food, drink less alchohol, quit smoking, watch less TV or spend less time on social media).
The choice is yours!
The best thing is when you succeed in changing one habit, you’ll start to believe that you’re capable of change which will eventually create a ripple in all your other habits, because all habits are interconnected, and they compound themselves.
Plus in Habit of the Month Club, the goal isn’t just to help you start or stop certain behaviors, its also to maintain the good behaviors, and to make sure that the destructive behaviors you stop doing, remain that way.