Are your daily habits helping or hurting you?
Daily habits can be difficult to start, and even harder to maintain. If you do master the art of developing daily routines, however, you have the potential to become great. Want to know what daily habits you should be implementing? Well, look no further than the two Serbians dominating the sports world currently – Nikola Jokic and Novak Djokovic. In the #CJJblog this week, I did a little digging to see what these two world class athletes do on a daily basis. I challenge you to implement at least one of these daily habits this week, and stop one of your negative habits. Enjoy!
- Yoga. Stretching and flexibility routine every day.
- Fitness. Get on a program and stick with it. Cardio and strength.
- Meditation. Both breathing and visualization programs. There is a famous story about a seven-year-old Djokovic visualizing himself winning Wimbledon, and ironically enough, he has won it… Seven times.
- Video. How often do you study your past performances? Videos, phone recordings, data analysis are all good ways to study – and improve upon – your own performance.
- Skillset. When was the last time you made an effort to learn something new or improve upon your own skillset? Are you a well-rounded individual? To be the best, you must adapt and evolve your skills.
- Diet. Are you eating a healthy and balanced diet? What are you putting into your body?
- Family. Both Jokic and Djokovic are married and have kids. Spending a lot of time with family is a top priority.
Did You Know? Coach Jim Johnson was recently on a podcast episode of “Doing Business with a Servant’s Heart with Steve Ramona.” You can listen/watch HERE.
Life Tip #37: According to a recent study, it takes 66 days to change a habit (start or stop) and make it part of your daily life.