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Why Habits Matter

Isolated behaviors might not seem like a big deal. However, they add up quickly.

Consider the impact of one seemingly small bad habit. If you drink one sixteen-ounce sweetened iced tea today, that’s only 150 calories and thirty-seven grams of sugar. That by itself is not a big deal. 

However, that becomes a big deal when you do it every day. That would result in drinking over 54,000 calories and over fifteen pounds of sugar over the next year. 

That’s the same amount of sugar found in over 16,000 Skittles. And, that’s one “small” bad habit.

The good news is that positive habits add up quickly as well. Consider the impact of one seemingly small good habit. 

If you eat one serving of spinach today, that’s only three ounces of spinach. That by itself is not a big deal. 

However, that becomes a big deal – in a good way – when you do it every day. 

That would result in eating over sixty-eight pounds of one of the world’s most nutrient-dense foods over the next year. And, that’s one “small” good habit.

Habits add up quickly. You can achieve exceptional results by making changes that are simple and that might seem small. 

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