Tag: goal-setting


It’s Not Always About Ease

The fact that most poor habits are common is explained by the idea that they have easy and instantaneous rewards. And most productive habits are rare because they have hard and far-away rewards. It’s often easy to think of lying and telling the truth within these categories as well. As in, people lie because it’s […]


Which Wolf Are You Feeding?

An amazing parable: “” An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, […]


Seize The Moment, Or Maybe Find A New One

It’s simple to formulate one future. One path. One outcome you want to see come to fruition. And we start running in that direction. Because this is what will help accomplish our goals and achieve success. And what happens when that opportunity doesn’t open up for us? When someone or something has selected against us. […]


It’s Your Dream, Define It

One of the reasons I asked you to think about your time dials a few days ago is because it’s actually quite difficult for us to think about what we are actually striving towards and using that as inspiration for our actions. There’s certain areas we want to cover like security, comfort, health, and freedom, […]


The Easy Thing About Hard Things

Iowa State researchers conducted a study where they took three groups of students and gave them a list of words to remember. Afterward, a group either recited the words immediate, after 15 seconds of rehearsal, or after 15 seconds of doing math problems. Unsurprisingly, the average scores followed this same order when ranked highest to […]

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