18 Tricks to Make New Habits Stick - Stepcase Lifehack. Wouldn’t it be nice to have everything run on autopilot?
Chores, exercise, eating healthy and getting your work done just happening automatically. Unless they manage to invent robot servants, all your work isn’t going to disappear overnight. But if you program behaviors as new habits you can take out the struggle. With a small amount of initial discipline, you can create a new habit that requires little effort to maintain. Here are some tips for creating new habits and making them stick: 1. 3. 14 websites to make you a more intelligent person. 40 Modern Nonfiction Books Everyone Should Read. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. 50+ Personal Productivity Blogs You’ve Never Heard of Before (and about a dozen you probably have) - Stepcase Lifehack. The personal productivity niche on the Web has grown by leaps and bounds since Lifehack launched only a few years ago.
While a few sites dominate the rankings, there are lots and lots of lesser-known sites that are as good or even better than the “A-list” productivity blogs. Most of them are solo operations — the GTD newbie documenting his or her quest for greater control over their life, the coach or consultant sharing his or her knowledge with the world, the writer adding to his or her published work with notes, errata, and new findings. Their voice is personal, intimate even — and deserves to be heard. So here I present a collection of productivity blogs that are less well-known, by writers I think you should get to know better. Of course, the big names are here too — after all, I owe some of them a tremendous debt for helping me get a grip on my own life.
Enjoy! 43 Folders: Merlin Mann started a lot of us on this journey, so now he has to pay. Read full content. Seven Traits of the Highly Remarkable Man. 1stumbleupon Article by Kinowear contributor Jonathan Mead; follow him on twitter.
Have you ever heard someone speak and felt compelled to soak up every word? You just want to know them, be around them and learn from. That’s the mark of a remarkable person. While some people are born with an enigmatic quality, most people become that way willfully. 7 Powerful Steps to Overcoming Resistance and Actually Getting Stuff Done. By Leo Babauta Getting things done is really about one thing, and one thing only: overcoming the resistance to doing what we need to do.
OK, I would add a couple more steps to that, to ensure that we’re managing our tasks correctly: 1. Have all our projects and tasks stored in an external system (out of our heads), such as a to-do list or lists. 2. 3. And I would submit it’s the last step that’s the most important (although I wouldn’t ignore the other two). 63 Ways to Build Self-Confidence - Stepcase Lifehack. Confidence is a tool you can use in your everyday life to do all kinds of cool stuff, not least to stop second-guessing yourself, manage your fears and become able to do more of the things that really matter to you.
But not many people realise that their self-confidence works just like a muscle – it grows in response to the level of performance required of it. Either you use it or you lose it. That’s why I’ve given you 63 ways to grow your confidence so that you can become a giant. Learning is a Good Thing, so sign up for that evening class and enjoy it.Get out of your own head by asking your partner or best friend what you can do for them today.Hit the gym. 42 Practical Ways To Improve Yourself - Stepcase Lifehack. Are you someone who likes to grow?
Do you constantly seek to improve yourself and become better? If you do, then we have something in common. I’m very passionate about personal growth. It was just 4 years ago when I discovered my passion for growing and helping others grow. At that time, I was 22 and in my final year of university. SEE ALSO: How to Better Yourself One Day at a Time After 1.5 years of actively pursuing growth and helping others to grow through my personal development blog, I realize there is never an end to the journey of self improvement.
How to Quit a Bad Habit by Answering Four Power Questions - Stepcase Lifehack. I bet there’s a habit you’d like to quit. Maybe you have even tried, but things haven’t worked out as you hoped. Unfortunately, the very idea of “quitting” can make things difficult for you: let’s discover why. The forbidden fruit is always very attractive. When you were a child, do you remember how everything became more attractive after it was forbidden? Well, there’s a part of you which still works in the same way…Quitting something is difficult when you always think about it. In short, the idea of “quitting” is not doing you any good: something positive need to become the engine of your habit change. 1.
Quit! Let’s make a specific example: how could you turn the negative worded goal of “Quit smoking” into a positive one? Look for positive consequences. 2.