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Talking about what are the best habits that can make you successful. Successful people often structure their lives around simple, but effective habits.
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What are the best habits that can make you successful? Successful people often structure their lives around simple, but effective habits. These routines shape their day, from morning until evening.
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10 minutes 53 seconds
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Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2), Advanced (C1), Proficient (C2)
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This resource is intended for:Business/professional students, High schoolers
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High schoolers
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1. Guess the end.
how often do you try new things? When was the last time you tried something new?
2. Fill the gap.
Many people stay inside their comfort zones, but new experiences challenge you to expand your
3. Guess the end.
Do you have a routine? Do you always get up at the same time? What about your meals? Sleeping habits?
4. Fill the gap.
… a daily routine canstress and encourage healthier, more productive habits.
5. Fill the gap.
… but eventually, you'll discover a schedule that makes every day as productive as the last. Number 3,expectations.
6. Fill the gap.
and if you do this simple, but effective habit can help youin all aspects of your life.
7. Fill the gap.
Do you let your hygienehabits, like brushing your teeth, or taking a shower may not seem very important on their own.
8. Fill the gap.
In other words, goodhabits, generate a more confident state of mind.
9. Choose the correct options.
number five, perpetual punctuality. What does perpetual mean?
10. Choose the correct options.
well, when you show up late you're, saying, hey, my time's worth more than yours. worth in this case means?
11. Fill the gap.
don't be a passive observer, take anin your lifelong success.
12. Fill the gap.
… theirbuild into mountains,
13. Guess the end.
Every single day, just clean a few dishes run a vacuum around the house, do one or two chores, and then stop. Are you organized or messy?
14. Guess the end.
Do you exercise while performing other tasks? How often do you exercise?
15. Fill the gap.
… but you don't need to get sweaty andto keep yourself healthy.
16. Choose the correct options.
So every bit of motion counts, number nine accepting their flaws. What are flaws?
undesirable quality
17. Guess the end.
this isn't a healthy or a happy way to live your life, you'll push people away and you'll heighten your own insecurities.
18. Choose the correct options.
… you can observe their flaws and quirks, but don't criticize someone because they're different. What are quirks?
19. Choose the correct options.
so give yourself a pat on the back, means to?
criticize yourself
compliment yourself
berate yourself
praise yourself
20. Guess the end.
do you start your day with a cup of coffee? Do you drink a lot of coffee? Do you think it affects your sleep?
21. Guess the end.
Do you limit your coffee intake to 7 hours before you go to bed?
22. Fill the gap.
if you spend just a few minutes, working on youryou can guarantee eight restful hours night.
23. Fill the gap.
Tell stories with an old friend you'll, get a few laughs, you'llsome old memories.
24. Choose the correct options.
what is another word for invaluable?
25. Guess the end.
How often do you help people and how?
26. Guess the end.
it gives you a sense of accomplishment and a warm, fuzzy feeling knowing you've done something good. How does helping others make you feel?
27. Guess the end.
It also makes you appreciate the gifts you have in your own life, because chances are there's a lot of things.
28. Guess the end.
Do you think that music can change your mood? How often do you listen to music? what style of music do you like?
29. Fill the gap.
… maybe you getinto your phone, or maybe you can't stop, scrolling through social media.
30. Choose the correct options.
If you need help ask for it, many people tackle every challenge on their own. Tackle means?
31. Guess the end.
Do you ask for other people's help or do you tackle things on your own? Do you find it hard asking other people for help?
32. Guess the end.
Do you show people you love and care for them? How do you do it?
33. Choose the correct options.
when you're dehydrated your body and brain don't work, like they're supposed to you, get tired hungry and cranky. Cranky is another word for
34. Guess the end.
How much water a day do you drink? How much water should you drink?
Rickylohrisch is from/lives in Brazil and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2020-02-17. Rickylohrisch last logged in on 2023-01-25, and has shared 18 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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