Top 3 Habits That Will Improve Every Area Of Your Life Fast

Your habits make you who you are. When stacked, it defines you as a human being. Meaning that the quality of your life is based on the quality of your habits. Bad habits lead to a bad quality of life. Good habits create a life worth living. Makes sense, right? 

But good habits are hard to form. And bad habits are even harder to break. We all know that. Plus it takes time to form good habits. It can take weeks or months to form a new habit. That can seem tough. Especially if you're struggling with a string of bad habits that you can't break. 

Sometimes, good habits can help override bad habits. You just have to focus on three habits that will help to improve every area of your life fast. Without these three habits, it's not just your health that will suffer. Every part of your life will suffer. 

So what are these three habits that will improve every area of your life fast? We're talking about everything from your finances to your career, your relationships, wellness, diet, and overall quality of life. 

Keystone Habits

To understand why these three habits will help improve every area of your life you have to understand a concept called keystone habits. Keystones are the centerstone pieces in arches that date back thousands of years. 

Keystones help to lock every other stone in place. They carry the least amount of weight but they hold everything in place. The habits that will improve every area of your life are known as keystone habits. 

Keystone habits help to create discipline. Discipline lays the foundation for a good quality of life. When you're disciplined you'll watch what you eat, what you spend, and overall what lifestyle choices you make. 

This is not just about health and wellness. Keystone habits help you make more money, lose weight, be happier, and overall live a more fulfilled life. So if you want to live a better life, then focus on forming better habits. 

The Micro-Changes Approach

Before outlining these three habits, I want to explain an important concept. Many people try to create habits or set goals once per year. They do it on New Year's Eve or New Year's Day. This is known as New Year's Syndrome. And it doesn't work. 

Most people who try to do this fail because they try to go from zero to hero overnight. That's tough. What you actually want to do is called the micro-changes approach. For example, let's say you want to eat better and lose weight. How do most people approach it? 

They try to go from eating completely unhealthy to healthy overnight. That works for the first week or so. But after that the old habits kick back in. Instead, you have to use the micro-changes approach. 

Micro changes just mean you do a little bit at a time. Maybe you start by replacing one meal with a health meal. Or you start by doing intermittent fasting and not eating for the first 1 hour or 2 hours of the day. Maybe you want to start doing pushups so you start by doing one pushup per day. 

It might seem so small and inconsequential to you but it's not. Making sure you do one small action per day builds upon itself. That's actually how habits are created. Imagine a thick rope that docks a cruise ship. It's made of all these smaller ropes and fibers. 

When you combine all those thinner ropes and fibers together you get a thick and sturdy rope that can secure a massive cruise ship to a dock. Think about micro changes like that. Each little action adds to the overall strength of the habit. That's how it works. 


Visualize your future. Don't just think about it. Actually, see the pictures in your mind. This applies to every area of your life. See yourself in the best shape of your life. See yourself waking up and looking in the mirror. Actually, feel those feelings as you see it in your mind. 

Visualizing is important because nothing in life is real aside from how we see ourselves. That's because our visualization leads to actions in physical reality. And all of that leads to results and an outcome for our lives. 

The more you visualize and do this repeatedly, the easier it will be to create the reality you want. Actually, see yourself being healthy, eating clean, making more money, and everything else in between. When you can do that, everything will change for you. 

If you struggle with addictions like gambling, overeating, overspending, drinking, drugs, or anything else, see yourself free from those addictions. You need to do this many times per day. Not just once. 

There's a manifestation method called 3-6-9. This means that you visualize and write things down 3 times in the morning, 6 times in the afternoon, and 9 times at night. Do not skip doing this. And do your visualizations (write them down etc) as though it is your present reality. 

This method hacks your mind to create that outcome. But you have to come from the perspective that you already have these things in your life. And not from the perspective of wanting them. This is an important distinction and you might struggle with it. But this is what works. 


Your words shape your reality. Visualizing is one thing but actually verbalizing is the second part of the equation. If you want to live the life of your dreams, you have to speak kindly to yourself. And you have to use the words "I am" before anything you say that you want to become true. 

If you say "I am fat" or "I am broke" or "I can't catch a break" then you're solidifying those things into your reality. Instead, you have to verbalize something new. Whatever you say to yourself will become your reality. So you might as well speak good things into existence. 

While this might not seem like an actual habit, it is. And it's a keystone habit because all other habits are formed and locked into place based on this one. It reverberates throughout your entire life, your business, your relationships, your health, and everything in between. 

Verbalizing comes down to everything you say out loud or to yourself. That language has to change if you want a better outcome for your life. Always keep that in the back of your mind. 


There are so many benefits to exercising. It releases powerful endorphins into your brain and body that help to eliminate stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. Exercise usually leads to an almost euphoric feeling that elevates your mood and gives you an organic high. 

Exercise is so important because when you exercise not only do you feel better about yourself, you adjust your actions throughout the day. When you exercise, you're less likely to eat junk food, fast food, or do other things that will set you back. 

That's because exercise moves you one step forward. There's just something about exercising every single day that can transform the overall quality of your life. Even if it's just getting in 10,000 steps by parking in the far corner of a parking lot, do it. Many skip this exercise but it's vital. 

Most human beings are just trying to survive. They're trying to keep their head above water. But life is more than just surviving. If you want to thrive instead of just survive then focus on these 3 habits that will improve every area of your life.