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Here is a practice that can stimulate your best habits in this 2011~~~Happy New Year 2011

Thoughts to this best 2011 year, "The soul, like the body accepts only by practice, whatever habit one wishes it to contact."Socrates

 

habit |ˈhabit| (Dictionary)

noun

1 a settled or regular tendency or practice, esp. one that is hard to give up : this can develop into a bad habit | we stayed together out of habit.

• informal an addictive practice, esp. one of taking drugs :a cocaine habit.

• Psychology an automatic reaction to a specific situation.

 

habit (Thesaurus)

noun

1 it was his habit to go for a run every morning custom,practice, routine, wont, pattern, convention, way, norm, tradition, matter ofcourse, rule, usage.

2 her many irritating habits mannerism, way, quirk, foible,trick, trait, idiosyncrasy, peculiarity, singularity, oddity, eccentricity,feature; tendency, propensity, inclination, bent, proclivity, disposition,predisposition.

 

 

practice |ˈpraktəs|(Dictionary)

noun

1 the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method as opposed to theories about such application or use : the principles and practice of teaching | he put his self-defense training into practice byhelping police arrest the armed robber.

• the customary, habitual, or expected procedure of something : current nursing practice | modern child-rearing practices.

• the carrying out or exercise of a profession, esp. that of a doctor or lawyer : he abandoned medical practice for the Church.

 

2 repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it : it must have taken a lot of practice to become so fluent.

• a period of time spent doing this : daily choir practices.

verb [ trans. ] ( Brit. practise)

1 perform (an activity) or exercise (a skill) repeatedly or regularly in order to improve or maintain one's proficiency : I need to practice my French | [ intrans. ] they were practicing for the Olympics.

2 carry out or perform (a particular activity, method, or custom) habitually or regularly : we still practice some of these rituals today.

• actively pursue or be engaged in (a particular profession or occupation) : he began to practice law | [ intrans. ] he practiced as anattorney | [as adj. ] ( practicing) a practicing architect.

• observe the teaching and rules of (a particular religion): non-Muslims were free to practice their religion | [as adj. ] ( practicing) apracticing Roman Catholic.

 

 

practice (Thesaurus)

verb

1 he practiced the songs every day rehearse, run through, goover/through, work on/at; polish, perfect.

2 the performers were practicing train, rehearse, prepare,go through one's paces.

3 we still practice these rituals today carry out, perform,observe.

4 she practices medicine work at, pursue a career in.

noun

1 the practice of hypnosis application, exercise, use,operation, implementation, execution.

2 common practice custom, procedure, policy, convention,tradition; formal praxis.

3 it takes lots of practice | the team's final practice training, rehearsal, repetition, preparation; practice session, dummy run,run-through; informal dry run.

4 the practice of medicine profession, career, business,work.

 

 

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Here is a practice that can stimulate your best habits in this 2011

 

-Reflect on 2010

List your 20 plus vices of 2010

List your 20 plus virtues of 2010

List your 40 plus new or old best behaviors for 2011

 

-Dreams for 2011

List 365 plus experiences you would like to manifest in 2011

 

-2011 Goals

List 20 plus Goals you would like to achieve

Then mark 10 of them as your top 10 goals for 2011

 

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goal |gōl| (Dictionary)

noun

2 the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim ordesired result : going to law school has become the most important goal in hislife.

• the destination of a journey : the aircraft bumped towardour goal some 400 miles to the west.

• poetic/literary a point marking the end of a race.

 

goal (Thesaurus)

end, finish, destination

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Happiest Best2011 Yet-to-date~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~JR

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