Success Tip: Unique habits help you succeed

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Can being a little weird help you succeed? Yes! Especially when you create habits that play to your “weird” strengths.

While it’s helpful to start by borrowing habits from other successful people, the most important step is customizing it to fit YOU.

For one example, Spanx CEO Sara Blakely has been known to “fake commute,” driving around town to help her mind be more creative and get in work mode.

Personally, listening to comedy and the biographies of comedians helps me do my best work and be creative.

The most successful people I’ve coached have similarly “quirky” approaches to work.

What’s a unique habit that helps you do your best?

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