Habits are Everyting

Your habits will make you or break you.

The small continuous and repetitive things you do every day are the most important determinants of the outcome and quality of your life.

Aristotle said, "You are what you repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." I agree with him.

Why are some people successful and some not?

The answer comes down to Habits. Yes, some people are lucky or are recipients of inheritances. Some have experienced situations that drive them to "success". But, at the end of the day (or life), habits have had a more prominent influence on the outcome than anything else.

If I had to put a number on it, I would say that Habits are responsible for about 80% of who I am and my current circumstances.


If you analyze everything you do, you'll be surprised to find that most of what you do is a result of habit.

Good habits have a positive R.O.I. (return on investment) and pay back passive compound interest.

Once a good behavior has become a habit, it no longer "costs" so much will-power and motivation to do it, but you still get to enjoy its product.

The more good habits you have and the less bad habits you have, the better your life will be. (How we define "good" and "better" is not within the scope of our purposes at this time.)


The Problem:

Creating and acquiring new habits is extremely difficult to do. It's almost impossible to do alone.

The effort required upfront is enormous. It's like buying a rental property. To own a rental property outright and collect passive rental income from it would be an enormous asset, but you have to pay quite a bit to purchase the property in the first place.

How many times have you tried to create a new habit and failed to make it a true habit; one that automatically happens day after day, year after year, without much effort or planning?

If you have ever tried to kick a bad habit or addiction, you know how difficult it is.


The Solution:

The best and most reliable way to acquire a new habit is to:

1. Be part of a face-to-face support group of people that are as enthusiastic about habit creation as you are and who will celebrate your wins and help you when you lose.

2. Have a partner who will expect to be followed up with or accounted to daily until 40 consecutive days have been completed.

Daily Habit Masters™ provides each of these with no obligation to pay.

How it Works

Each week, a group of 4-8 members gather for 20 - 60 minutes. Some groups like it short and sweet. Others like to make it more of a social gathering and spend more time getting to know each other. Currently, we are gathering virtually via Zoom.

In the first 10 minutes, a member of the group gives a short lesson on one of the Governing Principles or a motivational thought of his or her choice. Members take turns every week giving the lesson.

For the remainder of the meeting, members take turns discussing their efforts in establishing the ONE habit they are working on.

Each member will choose One habit to create throughout the term which is 6 weeks long. Each individual decides for themselves what habit they want to work on. A good way to decide what habit to work on is by asking: “What action, if performed daily, would have the most beneficial impact on my life?”

Each day, members are required to report to the group via a shared Google spreadsheet whether or not the target habit was performed.

An ongoing group text is encouraged for support throughout the week.

Habits are considered Mastered once they have been performed 40 days in a row and maintain a 95% completion rate over the past 100 days.

On the last gathering of the 6-week term, the group has a graduation celebration recognizing members who have successfully mastered a habit.  

Our ultimate goal is to acquire 7 daily habits. A custom trophy is given to every first-time successful member. It has space for 7 pillars. Each pillar represents one habit. Individual pillars are awarded after each habit is mastered.  

Once a group has reached 8 or more members for 4 consecutive gatherings, it is divided into 2 groups. The first 4 members of the group stay in the parent group and the rest go to the child group. The parent group has the option to continue to grow and divide, or to stay at 4 members only.

There are no group leaders. All significant decisions are decided by majority vote. For example, when and where to meet, who will create the google docs and share them with the group, etc.

No one is ever obligated to pay to be part of Daily Habit Masters™.

Only people with the given link can join a Zoom gathering or be part of a Google spreadsheet. (They are not open to the public.) Anyone can join DHM, but they must ask to join or be invited first.


How To Join

To join, simply enter your email and preferred day of the week to meet. We will assign you to a group and email you the Zoom and Google spreadsheet link.


Select your preferred day to meet. We meet at 7pm every day.

Thank you!