Without a single exception, the world's Happiest Achievers™ have habits that guide their lives. Warren Buffett is one of my heroes and somebody that I consider a Happy Achiever™.
Warren Buffett says this 1 Habit™ separates Happy Achievers™ from everyone else. And the habit starts with a two-letter word. Buffett learned a long time ago that the greatest commodity of all is time. He simply mastered the art and practice of setting boundaries for himself. That's why this Buffett quote remains a powerful life lesson. The mega-mogul said:
"The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything."
His advice can apply to anyone arriving at the crossroads of daily decision-making. For most ambitious people, we want to accomplish things. We are driven for results, doing more, learning things, getting promoted, and starting new ventures. But we also have our personal lives we can't ignore for optimum balance and to become a Happy Achiever™. To be a Happy Achiever™ we must take care of family priorities, expanding our social circles, and pursuing hobbies and other interests.
That's when Buffett's advice is a bull's-eye to our conscience. We have to know what to shoot for to simplify our lives. It means saying no over and over again to the unimportant things flying in our direction every day and remaining focused on saying yes to the few things that truly matter.
Mr. Buffett is not in the book 1 Habit™, but he has been very vocal over the years about his most important 1 Habit™, and he was one of my inspirations when creating the book. 1 Habit™ does have 100 Happy Achievers™ who are equally as brilliant and inspiring. The book takes the knowledge and experience from these 100 brilliant minds and compiles them into a book of massive aha's.
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