30 habits that make life easier and more effective

She also thought that it was all too small to be important. But the details form the whole. And they changed the life of Lorna Jane Clarkson, an interesting and successful Australian.
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The early 20th-century Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein said that the way to success is basically simple, we just make it more difficult. We overlook the most important habits because we think that they are too ordinary to be of any use.

Richard Branson, a dyslexic school dropout who became the sixth richest man in England said “Complexity is your enemy. Any fool can make things more complicated. It is hard to make something simple.”

Would you like a simplified life?

Lorna Jane Clarkson, nowadays one of the richest Australian women, was a full-time dental technician and part-time aerobics instructor twenty years ago. She lived in a small apartment and worked long hours to stay afloat. Today her clothing company’s earnings are equivalent to 2 billion CZK annually.

Along with hard work, it’s the attention to small daily habits that helps successful people achieve so much. They say the devil is in the details but so is divinity! It’s the little things that matter because they add up over time to become something greater than the sum of their parts.

Many of us are looking for the grand, sweeping changes that we assume will make us successful. The little things seem too ordinary and (dare I say it?) boring to be effective, so we often ignore them, but there’s a kind of cumulative magic to them that builds over time.

Here, Lorna Jane Clarkson describes 30 SMALL daily changes which can cause great life changes for us in the long run if we stick to them.

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