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5 Key Lessons From Atomic Habits (Book Review) - BuiltLean
Over the last decade, I’ve spent thousands of hours coaching men to transform their bodies. I’ve learned that studying human behavior and psychology has a
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Adopted Rich People’s Habits, See How My Life Changed - YouTube
Wake up early
Gym every other day
Meditate 2x10 minutes/day
Make todo lists
Meet new people
Wear the same clothes every day
Read a book a week
Listen to audiobooks during walks and workouts
Buy groceries weekly
When you want to purchase a long-term item, put it on the wish list and buy it if you still want it 2 weeks later

Of course, doesn't mention his profession, existing obligations, family situation etc.
habits  success 
2 days ago by dandv
Triggers and cycles | Seth's Blog
Triggers and cycles
A trigger prompts a cycle. And a cycle might go on longer than it should.

The first spoonful of ice cream can trigger a cycle of binge eating that you regret later.

The silence of walking into an empty house might trigger you to turn on the TV, and that cycle of wasting time watching nothing that matters goes on all night.

The rush to get out the door leads to a cycle of rushing, which makes your commute a daredevil exercise, one that takes hours to recover from.

It’s really useful to see your cycles and to work to dampen them (it’s almost impossible to go cold turkey).

Even better is to find and eliminate the triggers. That’s surprisingly easy if you care enough. Quit Twitter. Empty your freezer. Wake up ten minutes earlier…

Make these decisions when you’re not in the middle of a cycle.

With the trigger gone, you might discover the cycles are gone too.
seth-godin  how-to-change  habits  life-advice 
2 days ago by lwhlihu
Srinivas Rao - When most people think about developing a writing...
When most people think about developing a writing habit, they imagine having to spend countless hours in a quiet room isolated from the rest of the world. This keeps them from trying to develop a writing habit at all. But you can accomplish remarkable things in just one focused hour a day of uninterrupted creation time.

We overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do in a year. An hour a day doesn’t sound like a lot of time when we look at it in isolation. But when you add it up throughout the year, it’s the equivalent of 15 full days. Just imagine what would happen if you committed 15 full days to one project or idea. You would make a lot of progress.

In writing for a just one hour a day, I come up with ideas for blog posts, sections for the books I’m writing, and reflect on the key insights I’ve gained from conversations with guests on The Unmistakable Creative podcast. Writing for one hour every day produces an exponential ROI and an infinite value that can’t be measured. Writing for one hour a day can improve the quality of both your personal and professional life.
writing  creative-work  habits  srini-rao  side-hustle  how-to-start-a-business  productivity 
7 days ago by lwhlihu
Habits Cafe on WIP
Habits Cafe is being built in public. Create positive habits together 👫
8 days ago by cnu
strides: goal & habit tracker + smart goal setting app
app  goals  habits  ios 
8 days ago by pdurlej
The Simple Art of Creating Long-Lasting Habits – Better Humans
Comparing and testing the four most popular systems for learning new habits
habits  learning 
12 days ago by jorgebarba
explores the moments we seek comfort and connection through humble, everyday – and e…
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