Goals or Habits?

We should stop setting goals and start making habits. (James Clear, author of Atomic Habits)

Did you make New Year’s resolutions a month ago? How are you doing? Clear continues his helpful thought: “A goal gives you no actionable steps and, ultimately, no result. For example, commit to walking 15 minutes every weekday instead of setting a goal to lose 15 pounds. The habit is the actionable step that will result in making you healthier.”

Take care you don’t stray from the straight path, the way of truth,  and you will safely reach the end of your road (Proverbs 4:26).