The Fast And Easy Way To New Habits!

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Today I continue my review of The ONE Thing book – and just like yesterday, I am simply amazed at the awesome AHA moments I am having inside this book, going from one chapter to the next!

If you’re keen to follow along with me, get yourself a copy, and make sure you leave your comment!

Gideon Shalwick

About Gideon Shalwick

Gideon Shalwick is a YouTube and video marketing expert, and has figured out how to get a TON of attention using online video (with one YouTube channel reaching 10 million views!), and today, he's built a following of over 100,000 people for his business ventures, and 60,000+ people on this very blog, where he shares some of his most powerful video marketing strategies.

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10 Responses to The Fast And Easy Way To New Habits!

  1. Gideon Shalwick

    the easiest way I’ve seen so far for creating solid new habits…

  2. noventar

    great tip

  3. Susan Paget

    Hey +Gideon Shalwick – Thank you. The Aha moment I had with your video was
    that I think many of us tend to equate discipline with drudgery. Creating a
    new habit, and only needing to summon up a little discipline to get it
    rolling puts the emphasis on positivity, fun, excitement – where the energy
    should be, rather than a feeling of a kind of punishment. It might just be
    a semantics thing, but sometimes a reframe makes all the difference.

  4. CJ Grace

    I had an aha moment just watching your video. I used to really be good at
    focusing and getting into a habit of what I wanted. If I did it before I
    can do it again!

  5. Eva Bogard

    Ready to see what you do with that timeline! Thanks

  6. faheeta

    If you choose habits that are fun and easy, you’re taking the path of least

  7. HomeMade Muscles

    I’m loving these new book review and self-improvement videos, keep them up :) !

  8. GabakTech - Cursos de ComputaciĆ³n Gratis

    i like more the white background you used to have before

  9. Veronica White

    Thanks for sharing that bit. It’s a fair trade off from “it takes 21 days
    to form a habit” to “it takes 66 days” if I only need to work on one right
    habit that will make good things happen.

  10. scooterp26

    Aye homie, I bought “The One Thing” once I saw this vid. I’m now on page 93
    and I just HAD to stop and come back to tell you that I appreciate you
    recommending this book. This book is really insightful. This is the second
    book I’ve bought that you’ve recommended, the first being “Contagious”,
    which was great also. Thanks again for recommending this book homie.
    Peace, luv, and good health