12 Daily Habits That Can Change Your Life

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These 12 Success Habits Can Change Your Life

In today's video - 12 Daily Habits That Can Change Your Life - you learn the 12 key success habits you need to “install” in order to create a bright new future for you, your loved ones and the world...

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Make sure to watch the video till the end, and post a comment in the comment box below... This is an IMPORTANT commitment for your personal growth.

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The video you just watched is the 5th video in the Bright New Future program.

This 8-week transformation journey gives you an opportunity to open a blank page in your “book of life”, and write it as you wish:

  • Install empowering mindset and attitudes;
  • Adopt new success habits;
  • Re-evaluate your values and passions; and
  • Set goals in alignment with your life purpose.

Let us know in the comment box below, which success habit(s) you are committing to "install" in your life... This public commitment will help you keep it, and will inspire others to commit too.

We can’t wait to read your commitment and get inspired.

And until then...

Live fully, stay awesome…

Vered & Nisandeh Neta

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  • From an earlier video I learned to choose something rather small but by spending time in doing it on a regular way it became more and more supportive.

    In my case I choose to have a habit of keeping a list of activities for different parts of work. Inspired by my habit to try to do everything and not complete it. Just maintaining that list every week was already a help.

    I wonder how this is related to the 12 habits you mentioned, Nisandeh?

  • Jurgen Doll says:

    Hello,

    I already knew both the video and the program.

    These are great habits and most of them I have already implemented in my life, some of them more successful than others. I will continue to apply them because there are things to improve.

    I love especially the gratitude journal!!!

    Kind Regards

  • Hello Vered and Nisandeh,

    Thanks for the list of 12 habits.
    I remember these from the bright future program and it’s good to look at them again. I’m happy to say that I’ve already mastered them, except for the visualisation and gratitude journal. So I’m going to focus on that in the near future.

    Regarding the two habits: ‘prioritize’ and ‘stop multitasking’:
    Over the last few weeks, I’ve been practicing a ‘system’ that helps me get results more easily. It is as simple as it is effective. I first chose a number of (big) goals in my life and then I cut them down into a number of actions that may take 15 – 30 minutes.
    I then write some of them down every week on a whiteboard hanging on the wall of my study, set a timer and work on some of them daily (usually 3 per day).
    I can really recommend it. In this way, I get more done than I thought possible!

    Warm regards,
    Ben

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your fantastic contribution Ben.

      So many of us suffer from procrastination just because they are overwhelmed and do not prioritize their tasks and projects. Your idea seemslike a fantastic one to implement.

      Thank you so much for adding this valuable tip

  • I can recommend this training to everyone. Brand New Future really boosted my life.

    That can be done in a different way for everyone, but in my situation it was mainly about the way in which I view myself as an entrepreneur. I have become more creative, with more guts and confidence.

    It also helped me physically. I think Body Brain Dance is great to do! I now move a lot more and that really has a positive effect on my resilience and discipline.

    Thanks again, Vered and Nisandeh!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks so much Manny for this wonderful testimonial about our course.

      Would love to hear which of those 12 habits you found most supporting you on a daily basis?

  • Eduard Bosch says:

    Dear both,

    Sound idea to softly remove those who don’t want to participate in creating a better life, for themselves, for the world.

    1)Making a purpose of all – I am doing part of my life, even when it is not 100% clear, by reviewing my goals daily and writing in my gratitude journal, I know I am on the right path.

    2)Visualize daily, try to do it in the morning, visualize my best day, but can improve.

    3)Keep on asking better questions… have tattoot it on my arm, but need to pay more attention to it.

    4)Prioritize; yes doing it, but can improve.

    5)80/20% rule, the magic formula, known, but can improve.

    6)Made in collaboration with you a focus, positive affirmations 10 minutes verbal program, and it is helping me every day.

    7)Surrounding me with positive people, have gone a long way, don’t or invest as much as possible little energy in negative individuals.

    8)Mornings, started drinking lemon juice… great way to detox the liver, and next to my yoga, I use my trampoline (bellicon – just check it out).

    9)Exercise… although the gyms are closed, I now am committed to run at least 8 miles a week on one go, and so far I am doing it.

    10)Learn something new; the last 10 year I have had 10 different jobs, although not very comfortable, it keeps my body and brain active!

    11)Take some time alone; luckily I am many years alone, and I can and am taking the time for me. Even when I now met a person, who wants to spent more time with me, I have made it clear and defined the time I want to spent with her, no good or bad, just being honest.

    12)Grateful journal; doing it for years and is the best way to close the day!

    Thankful, warm greetz,
    Eduard

    • Vered Neta says:

      Dear Eduard,

      Thanks so much for your valuable and important input to this blog.
      It’s great to read how you have implemented these habits in your daily life.

      You are a true inspiration for how to implement new things into life.

      Thanks!

  • Peter van Minnen says:

    Rule nr 1 is tricky. Is your “purpose” truely yours or is your Ego telling you what you want?
    I would suggest implementing the 11 others and then go back to nr 1.

    • Vered Neta says:

      That’s a great question Peter.

      However I think that we are avle to define our purpose and path in life when we start looking back at our life and see what we have done and find the connection between things.

      The way I see it is that we are all born with a purpose, but it becomes clearer when we start noticing what we have been doing. Just like when you stand at the front of a boat and look backwards you can see the wake and the path you have taken and can realise the purpose of things.

      Curious to know what is YOUR purpose and which of the habits do you do on a regular basis?

  • I am grateful to receive more emails from you even if I choose not to follow a paid programme.

    One of the daily habits that changed my life is that I changed my morning routine in the first corona lockdown. I restarted meditating on a daily basis.

    Meditation in the morning gives me a feeling of rest. I take the time for myself at the beginning of every new day because I am worth it.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your honest input Simone.

      Great to hear that you restarted your meditation practice.

      Would love to hear if there were any other habits you chose to pick up and what effect it had on your daily life?

  • Timon Vinke says:

    Thank you for these tips, reminders and gentle push to actually implement these.

    I’m going to implement 2 things and make them into a habit:
    1) Visualize 2x per day
    2) Get clarity on my purpose by writing it out and revisit it regularly.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your valuable input Timon.

      That’s two great commitments that would definitely move you forward in creating your Ideal Life.
      Keep us posted how it goes

  • Gerrit Middelkoop says:

    Hello, thank you for the list of 12 habits. From your other videos and classes and other sources, I know these habits.

    In practice, not so much. You inspired me to push for the daily repetition until it is second nature.

    Thanks,
    Gerrit

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your honest comment Gerrit.

      Would love to hear on which of the 12 habits would you focus on making it into a daily practice?

  • Hello Vered and Nisandeh,

    I’ve participated in 2 of your fantastic events in Holland some time ago. In the meantime, I’ve been working hard to create a solid foundation and grow our unique business. We have made a lot of progress which is fantastic and will make me reach my goals in life. Unfortunately, due to my extreme commitment,
    I forgot to take care of myself and my family.

    I opened your email exactly when the clock was ticking at 22:22:22 before the deal was over. This is a sign to me now is the time to do more than only working hard and neglect all other things in life which are also important in order to create my own perfect world.

    It’s not easy to implement all of these habits structurally and continuously, certainly not for me, but with your help, I hope I will get there and also stay there.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for you important contribution Jimmy.

      There is no coincidence in life and I’m happy to hear you have followed what the Universe showed you and joined us in the offer for the “Bright New Future” course
      that would definitely create more balance in your life when you take the steps in that course.

      Keep us posted how it goes.

  • Bert Ackaert says:

    Great list! I would add to be really careful about
    1) the kind of information you expose yourself to because this will shape your worldview, which might be a lot more negative than the world really is.
    2) signals coming from your subconscious mind, which tell you a lot about your past conditioning and paradigms

    Also, when talking about visualization, I feel people should be explained why visualization works, what it does in the brain, and why it is more effective than affirmations, reading a goal list, etc. From my experience, most people use visualization as a tactic and not as a strategy because they don’t understand it well enough.

    Keep up the good work!

    • Thanks, Bert, for your input.
      I’ve checked your website…
      Might be interesting to have a chat one time about possible cooperation.
      Make it an awesome day.

  • Sigrid Graber says:

    Hello,

    At the moment I am really stuck, because I do not know what to visualize… should I visualize a better world for me and my family or the whole planet… or just something for my future…

    I am happiest when I am out in nature and enjoy everything. I enjoy the flow of life and I am very curious what is coming.
    But I am a little bit restless because I do not know why I have no real goal what I would like to accomplish… I don t like it that I am probably too comfortable, also I know that I am the creator of my reality I don’t know if I do enough of what I am capable of.

    Thank you for your list… I love them and do 10 of them daily.

  • Ems Peters says:

    There are two situations in which I often multitask and that is thrice a week while watching the news, I also sit on my hometrainer and during cooking I often listen podcasts.
    Prioritizing stays difficult for me. I am easily distracted and like to help others. For fun I recently started studying for being a Lifestylecoach. I like to learn new things and this study now is my second priority (first is taking care of my own health).

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Ems for your honest and open contribution to this discussion

  • Henk Lamboo says:

    A plan starts with your own commitment. Nisandey gives you the 12 right tools for a good daily start. Habits that are accessible and applicable to everyone.
    Henk Lamboo

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for this input Henk.

      Would love to hear with what would you start as a habit for life?

  • Hi Nisandeh and Vered,

    For the second time in a short time I am encouraged to visualize the results I want in live. Thank you both for that!
    I am on it!

    Kim

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great to hear that Kim and happy to know we are supporting you on your way in creating the life you wish

      Curious to hear what do you visualize?

  • Ellen Croese says:

    Thank you Vered and Nisandeh for your love and inspiration!
    For a long time (maybe ever) I didn’t have a clear purpose. Therefore other people and situations lead my life. I want to be in charge though feeling scared to do so. A good purpose will help, so I want to have that. How can I find my purpose?

  • Tanja Haarbosch says:

    Hi Nisandeh and Vered,
    I did not open the video, I will in time, but I completed the Bright New Future, last spring. Still having fun with this! Thank you. But not opening does not mean, not interested in my case.
    with kind regards,
    Tanja

  • Hi Vered and Nisandeh,
    it’s been a long time…

    Watching your video, I realize, I do all 12 already….. A BIT! and from time to time.

    So what I’ll do, starting today is planning. Plan my week, plan my day.

    Thanks,
    An old friend

    • Vered Neta says:

      Hi Rudolph, true, it has been a LONG TIME… We miss you guys..
      Thanks for your valuable input

      Most people fall into the pattern you describe of doing those habits either a bit or sometimes.
      The idea behind making it into a HABIT is that you do it on a REGULAR basis ALL THE TIME without even thinking about…

      The more you do it the more it becomes a second nature for you and takes less effort in doing it.
      The idea is not trying to do ALL 12 habits, but starting with a few, which are the most important and valuable for you and once you master them move to the next ones.

      Curious to know with which ones you’ll start?

  • Eva Hellgren says:

    Dear Vered and Nisandeh, thank you for the empowerment in this video!

    I need to get reminded, since I going through one of the toughest time in my life. I have been really good at visualizing, and have created a fulfilling life for many, many years on many levels.
    But now I so much need to put the habit of visualizing back in daily again.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Eva for your important input.

      Visualization is truly important part of creating the life that we want. Especially in this time we should focus on it.
      Curious to know what would you visualize?

      • Eva Hellgren says:

        I visualize on many things. One thing is that I focus on my body to be healed, that I will come out joyful and strong again from this difficult time I have with a few things.

        Another thing I am visualizing is that I find and work with a business partner. I have tried to start a business online by myself (of course with he help of mentors) but it is not my passion. Since you know me, you know that I have always worked with co-leaders and assistants in physical groups with personal growth, health, and vision processes. That was my passion! So I am really struggling with finding passion in working alone online. Totally opposite what I was doing before. So a start for me is to visualize what I dream of.

        • Vered Neta says:

          Thanks for sharing this with us Eva.

          This period of time has been a challenging one for many people who were working with LIVE groups and the need to shift to an online and Zoom work was not an easy one for many.

          However, even though I know that nothing can replace the power, energy and impact that a live even and group can deliver, I have found that there are many advantages to an online concept and structure, we just need to shift our perspective and become creative in how we deliver our wisdom and knowledge.

          I do believe that what is taking place these days is just a part in a huge shift in human consciousness and we cannot continue delivering what we have to give in the same old ways.

          Knowing you and the vast knowledge and wisdom you have I’m sure you will be able to find a partner that would work with you also online. There are ways of connecting people and working and leading events and workshops online together and doing the marketing for it together (actually online is a great way and a simple way for marketing)…

          Start visualizing finding the RIGHT partner for you for such an adventure.Open yourself to invite someone that would compliment what you have to give and finding together how to give it as an online platform.

          I hope this would support you in finding your way.

          Love and light, Vered

          • Eva Hellgren says:

            Thank you so much Vered for your wise advice, support and your acknowledgement of me.

            Yes, I see that many are successful online these days. And I have been leading some workshops myself online.

            And I am also attending once in a while others’ workshops and trainings which works fine.

            And yes, I have to be creative in how I also can deliver some of my “bodywork” content in a way that suits the online platform.

            For me the marketing part is a big challenge since other people did that for me before. So I have to find out what way works best for me.

            But for now, the start is as you wrote visualizing the RIGHT partner to work with.

            Thank you so, so much Vered for sending light and love to me!
            I receive it with open heart in my rough time.

            Much love back to you!

          • Vered Neta says:

            Thanks Eva for your kind words… Happy I could support even in a small way…

            Love and light, Vered

  • Hello and hi,

    suppose I’m on the right track. Do most things already or started to do so, since a couple of months. Thanks again.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great to hear this Jur.

      Please share with us what habits are you doing and which ones you found the most valuable for you

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thank you for your contribution.

      Great steps to take Doret. Curious to hear what kind of morning exercise would you do. Please share with us so more people could benefit

  • Henriette Fahner says:

    Wow, so much content, I had to watch the video twice.

    “Prioritize” jumped out for me and I have to stop multitasking.

    Sometimes my days are full of everything that is coming from outside (others) instead of working on my goals or things that are important for me.

    I need to take some time alone as well. Being a single mom is a challenge especially during this lockdown with homeschooling.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your valuable contribution Henriette.

      I guess many parents (whether single or not) feel the same now days when the kids are at home.
      Would be great to hear how you overcome it?

  • The 80 20 percent rule became painfully clear to me during this pandemic. Our minister said during the press conference that a quarter of the infected persons do not comply with the rules. They know they have Covid-19 and knowingly infect other people. For example, a woman from Belgium who knew she has Covid-19 went on a skiing holiday and infected a lot of people there at the Ski resort.

    From the 80 20 percent rule, I come to the conclusion that 20 percent is responsible for this pandemic. I ask myself the question whether it is possible with 20 percent to 80 percent of the infected persons who consciously infect others to reach them to stop this behavior. If those who are responsible would focus on these group, we would be faster from this pandemic.

    I propose to Nisandeh and Vered for the governments of all countries suffering from this pandemic to reach them with this 80 20 percent rule and you make the biggest impact ever.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Marcel for this very important example of this rule.

      I’m more interested to hear which of those 12 habits would YOU use to make your life GREAT again?

      • Thank you Vered,

        For your response and the main habit that gives and gave my life the most value is to keep asking me the question, “Why?” This question ensures that I keep developing and development makes my life great.

  • Thanks for the reminder!

    I was a bit shocked by what happened to the first one – purpose – recently.

    I think I still have a tendency to forget to focus on the why of all the things on my to-do-list and then I lose my focus – especially now that I find I can do very little of my why (due to the lockdown) – but of course I can do things that bring me closer to what it is all about for me.

    So thanks a lot for making me remember.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great and important input Cora!!

      Many of ud tend to forget the WHY we do things and tend to go on automatic mode, especially in these times.

      However, there has never been a better time to reexamine our WHY then NOW…

      Would love to hear what you found out.

  • Silva Zupanc says:

    Thank you for all your energy and knowledge, passion. Actually, it is love you give. It is inspiring.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Silva for your kind words. Happy to hear that it helps.

      Curious to know what habit you would implement that would make a difference in your life?

  • Hanny Schouten says:

    Thank you Nisaneh for the 12 daily habits. Most of them I’m familiar with, but two things jumped out for me.

    I have to train myself to ask more questions and write a gratitude journal. I never did that, because I try to live in the moment.

    Another point of attention is, building up a new exercise program. I was very active with fitness, yoga, Pilates, Aikido, walking and bicycling and than there was an wrong movement during Aikido and I broke a vertebrae.

    My back is still painful, but now I walk every day a minimum of 5000 steps and do 50 squats. I have to be careful because my bones are brittle, but I‘m motivated to build up as much as possible.
    I’m gratitude that I can walk and move again and I’m gratitude for su any things in life. Thank you 🙏.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your contribution and openness Hanny.

      Having a gratefulness journal IS about appreciating the moment. Only when you live in the moment you are able to notice the grace, beauty and kindness that is in life. Writing that journal helps you to attract more of it.

      Would love to hear how it goes for you

  • Marit Meerman says:

    The 80/20 EU-leden also goes for your income: 80% comes from 20% of your clients.
    Where to place your attention?

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great input Marit thank you for it.

      Curious to know where is your attention going these days?

  • For me stop multitasking is a big challenge.
    I get distracted easily. Even if I close myself off I get distracted.

    The other 11 habits I know and have implemented. Especially surround myself with positive people was a big eye opener.
    It took a little bit of courage to shut the door, but it was worth it.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Multitasking is a HUGE issue in these days and times with so much disturbances and attractions that are coming from all directions and the various technology channels and social networks. You’re not alone in this battle.

      However, what I found out is that one of the biggest obstacle of getting over our multitasking is the fact that although we know that it’s not useful or effective, somehow deep inside (especially women) are PROUD of being able to do it so well.

      Only when we let go of this sense of pride of doing it well are we able to implement methods that would stop us from doing it.

      Curious to hear how would you go around it?

  • Alma Thoen says:

    For me most important at the moment is exercising and prioritising.

    The energy from exercising in the morning (starting my motor) gives me my day full of positive feelings and more clarity.
    With that clarity and positive energy I can more easily prioritize my daily actions.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your contribution Alma.

      Curious to hear what are your top priorities these days?

  • Very good. It looks like a lot, though. Even 1 yoga pose is too much asked for myself up until know! And I know I HAVE to do that, because I’m getting stiffer by the day. Terrible!

    So from now on I will definitely do it. And the positive thinking is also something that is very difficult every since COVID and the dissolving of my business and disappearing of my income. Hard hard terrible times.
    So thanks for the tips, Nisandeh!
    (I’d rather communicate in Dutch.)

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Mieke for your honest input.

      Positive thinking ESPECIALLY in these times of COVID is CRUCIAL to be able to allow you to go through this period and make the best out of it.
      If anything this period has shown us what is TRULY important, why not focus on that. It allows us to do a reboot and examine what is valuable in our lives, there is so much good things, it’s good to look at it from that perspective.

      Would love to hear what do you see when you look at it this way

  • From all the 12 success habits Nisandeh speaks , prioritizing the daily goals (weekly) goals with the 80/20 thought behind it, is an eye opener.
    The other habits are more of less part of my daily routine.

    I will try to implement the 80/20 thought when I set my goals to give me peace of mind.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Tine for your contribution.

      Would love to read what are your goals…

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