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24 productivity habits of successful people

History knows the most successful people. Because they have been so successful, they have failed more than others. In doing so, they have discovered how to make it work—in the way they lived, their routines, their failures, and their habits. Here we show you their formula for success, the tips and tricks they used to be successful at what they did best.

Life doesn't bend to your schedule. Find the time.
WA Mozart

Find the place where you can work best. Make it your 'cell'.

Don't be afraid to deviate from your schedule.
Benjamin Franklin

Distraction is no excuse. Learn to deal with it.
Jane Austen

Set a time for concentration.
Thomas Mann

Have a purpose – die trying.
Karl Marx

Track your assets. Fooling yourself is for amateurs.
Ernest Hemingway

Time pressure sharpens the mind.
F. Scott Fitzgerald

There is no ideal environment to work in.
William Faulkner

Guard your first design with your life.
Charles Darwin

Stay in the zone, whatever it takes.
Pablo Picasso

Bring it to an end.
James Joyce

Don't just work in places to be seen.
Agatha Christie

Bleed the hours of your life, if your work is worth it.
Louis Armstrong

Enjoy the solitude.
Maya Angelou

Walking restores your soul.
Charles Dickens

Inspiration is everywhere. Bring a notebook.
Victor Hugo

Find your zen.
Herman Melville

Never miss a day.
Leo Tolstoy

Find what works for you, and use it.
Mark Twain

Time melts when you find your target.
Vincent van Gogh

If you have a moment of clarity, don't let it go.
Alexander Graham Bell

Don't cheat. It will figure you out in the end.
Ayn Rand

Habit is the bed of creativity. Immerse yourself in it.
Stephen King