Aristotle once said,
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”Aristotle, quoted from Timothy J. Koegel’s “The Exceptional Presenter”
Our thoughts lead to actions; our actions lead to habits; our habits form our character, which is how we are remembered by those who matter to us. Aristotle teaches us that we are what we repeatedly choose to do. If we want to be excellent – either as a whole or at a particular skill – we must practice that excellent behavior or skill.
What are you striving to improve at? Create a habit that enables you to improve.