It’s not enough to have a vision and set up practical goals to go after that vision. It’s also not enough to know your values and define a set of values to live by. You must also make sure that those two concepts work well together and are aligned across all areas of your life.
It’s a harsh proposition to start before you’re ready. After all, you are not ready for it, are you? The research, though, reveals that waiting to be ready is a fallacy. In fact, starting way earlier guarantees a better path toward success than waiting for the elusive perfection.
Big challenges scare us all, regardless of time, space, or area of life. It’s human nature. But what if you could take those big challenges and slice them into smaller pieces, and attack each piece one at a time? Divide and conquer is here to help accomplish just that.
Better habits and rituals – we all wish we had more of them. But why is it so hard to create them, and why do bad habits seem to come so much more naturally to us?
Checklists get a bad rep because, well, they just don’t sound sexy and feel antiquated. But used in the right way, checklists can add order to your chaotic life, one checkmark at a time.
Would you believe anyone who tells you that you can hijack your brain from self-sabotage in just 5-seconds? It sounds crazy, just like it did for its creator, Mel Robbins. It sounded crazy until it didn’t and changed her life forever.
The morning routine is one of the most talked-about concepts in this day and age. Everybody has an idea about morning rituals and habits, and, as a convert to morning routines, here’s my take on it. It’s not just a mere case of hopping on the old bandwagon on my end. It’s the result of …
Habits make us or break us. Most of our life runs on auto-pilot, but it is up to us to decide which routines that auto-pilot gets to run. Distinguishing between the ones that are good for us and the ones that are bad for us is a neverending struggle. Learn how to win in this beginner’s guide to habits.