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The Art of Self-Control The Art of Self-Control by Ralph Alfred Habas
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“INTEREST. Here is the key to the whole thing. If and when you are truly interested in what you are doing, or are about to do, then you will center your attention on it with little or no effort, and almost irrespective of the attendant conditions.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“In the endeavor to establish a difficult habit, for example, mere wishing will never carry it to a successful conclusion; our wishing must rise to the level of WANTING if this goal is to be achieved.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“Even the best inborn potentialities for achievement do not render unnecessary patient and persistent practice.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“Too much stress cannot be laid...upon the admonition that we seek so far as possible to live in the lives of other people. By sharing in the misfortunes of others, and rejoicing in their happiness, you add to your own emotional serenity and stability.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“A primary requirement in every enterprise in habit-formation is self-confidence.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“Our work activities are perhaps most interesting when the element of competition is present.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“This is the best possible way to retain important details that you wish to remember in any unified field of knowledge, whether it be the field of economics, science, history, or any other--link them up with related items which you already know or wouldn't mind knowing.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control
“The confidence essential to effective habit-making comes as a rule from knowledge of previous and related successes.”
Ralph Alfred Habas, The Art of Self-Control