How Would Your Life Change If You Could Make Any Habit Stick In 66 Days Or Less

Download this sheet inspired by the "Seinfeld technique" to motivate yourself to build success habits one day at a time. 

A Simple Trick to Develop Good Habits that Stick!

When Jerry Seinfeld was an up-and-coming comedian, he committed to writing a joke a day.

Not an entire routine or monologue. Just one funny line.

In his apartment, he had a large calendar of the whole year. Every time he wrote a joke, he put a red X on that date.

Before long he had a growing chain of red X’s on the calendar — a visual reminder of the consistent work he put in.

Seinfeld once shared the story of his calendar and the chain of red X’s with a young comic. 

His main advice: Don’t break the chain!

Join the "Don't Break The Chain" Challenge! 

Step 1: Choose one daily goal.

Every day, try to accomplish just one thing that will help you reach your overarching goal.

Step 2: Choose your reward.

Make a decision about how you will celebrate your accomplishment after a 66-day streak.

Step 3: Just do it!

Don't overthink it, just do it. Now is the best time to improve yourself. 

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