What is the X Effect, anyway? No, it doesn’t have a connection with that former television program, or does it? Hmm, rekindling an old relationship? Deciding whether to stick with the more recent or newer one? Or returning to the “eX” could be a habit that needs an X Effect adjustment.
What can be said in the wacky, climb-to-the top in two seconds world of business that requires 24 hours of input and then some on a daily basis? It takes lots of discipline just to remain focused on everyday tasks, which can be difficult, but not impossible with an X Effect strategy to bolster willpower and inspire release from bad habits and set new ones in motion.
Obviously, with the drudgery of getting ahead and prioritizing in life, it’s a whole lot easier just to slip into pleasurable habits that take up time with limited input, rather than diverting energy to a realistic goal that takes time and energy. If getting rid of old habits and establishing new and productive ones is part of your plan, then the X Effect principle is a good place to start.