Habits Instead of Goals

 

It’s quite simple, actually.

The way I see it, a habit actually leads to a goal.

For example, if you want to have a clean body, you must develop the habit of washing yourself regularly. If you want to lose weight, you might develop the habit of working out.

What you do today influences what will happen with your long term goals.

This is the trick that eludes most people, when starting out, the goal is not the goal, but rather the goal is to create the habit(s) that will allow you to achieve your goal. Your first goal is to focus for as long as it takes to create a habit.

Once you’re on autopilot, it will be far more difficult to give up on working out, no matter what. Continue reading

Here’s How You Make 2020 The Best Year of Your Life

As I look back on this year, I realize that 2019 has perhaps been my best year ever. It’s funny, because that’s what I thought about 2018, but the thing is that this is not by chance.

I have this strong desire to evolve, to develop myself into who I’ve always wanted to be. I do so in order to be happy.

But in order to get our what, we must understand how. And this is why I’ve come up with a list of things that are necessary in order to improve your life.

You know, just so you make 2020 the best year yet. Continue reading

15 Insanely Easy Ways to Get More Done in Less Time

It seems to me that the last couple of years have been all about the grind.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson famously works out twice before we even wake up. Elon Musk sleeps on a couch in his office. Everyone is either working hard or telling everyone else to work hard.

But what about working smart? What about becoming more efficient? Getting more done in less time. Isn’t that something worth looking into?

Well, lucky you, here are twenty ideas to help you work smarter, not just harder. Continue reading

How Many Hours Do You Have in Your Day?

How many hours do you have in your day?

Theoretically, there are 24. For me. For you. For each and every one of us.

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Declutter Your Mind

There seems to be so much stress and worries and errands and just so much noise that we must all endure and overcome these days. There’s so much information and entertainment and social media and news, and all that begs for a bit of space inside our minds.

And thus we sometimes cannot find the calm that we so desperately need…

So, how do you declutter your mind?

How do you get rid of excess information or take a moment to find peace and tranquility in this ocean of chaose we call day-to-day livin?

The mind is complex and confusing, the essence of who we are as humans. It is often covered in old hurts and traumas, and layered in so many levels of consciousness it feels impossible to sort through it all.

Most of the times, even to our own selves, we don’t make much sense.

So how do we begin decluttering? It’s actually not difficult, if you give it a little thought: simplifying is, by definition, easy.

You can declutter your mind with simple actions, little things that can make a big difference, especially when used in combination.

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