Masters of Habit
Masters of Habit is a platform to help people achieve their goals. We offer all our knowledge of habit for free in our Engineering Habit portion of our blog. We reference what others have to say about habit within other areas of the blog. We also reference what others have to say about how to achieve success. All-knowing that in order to have success, one needs to have good habits.
But a blog is just a way of talking or telling a story…
The grit of the site is our programs. This is where we take all the Engineering Habit principles and place them in goal-oriented programs led by experts in their field or as we call them “Masters”.
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller
The “Snowflake” in our logo represents “Teamwork”. Although not an accurate science, we think that six individuals making up a small team leads to the perfect small team.
The snowflake represents six individuals coming together as each individual is represented on each side. A snowflake always has six sides, and each snowflake is different just like every team/person is different.
It also is representative of water (frozen water) as water is one of the most powerful elements on earth.
“No matter how brilliant your mind or strategy, if you’re playing a solo game, you’ll always lose out to a team.” – Reid Hoffman
“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.” – John Dryden
The “Infinity” sign in our logo represents “Habit”. With continued dedication to one’s goals, the will creates habits within them that could be so powerful and could last a lifetime.
“Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.” – Warren Buffett
You will see sayings of the importance of habit and teamwork all over the site. These masters who have created a name for themselves have a lot of good things to say about habit and teamwork. So, the advice they give should not go unnoticed because habit is in you too as well as the ability to create a team.
Our programs are geared with our “Engineering Habit” principles. But they are led by a Master at what they do. These Masters might not be as well-known as say, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Warren Buffett, or anyone else who has created that stature for their name. But they have trained and educated themselves for decades so their knowledge for their program would be just as strong.
More to come – Stay tuned…