Written by Luke Rowley
Learning how to stop wasting time will make you more productive, which will make you happy and successful. Here are 11 tips to help you.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that a bad few hours ruin the whole rest of the day. To turn a bad day into a better one, practice this...
A couple of weeks ago my therapist taught me a life-changing lesson. I was having a hard time not stressing out about something in my life and we’d talked in great detail about ways to cope. Then he told me that the truth is, coping mechanisms are important, but they only work temporarily. He taught me that until you improve your mindset about something, things will always keep going back to being difficult again.
If you want the best goal setting hacks that actually work, you're in the right place. These are the best I've discovered from 400+ books.
An action mindset is the key to growing quickly. To get one, you need to accept imperfection and your own pace and then be prolific.
Here are just three big ways to adjust your goal-setting system. They're based on Andrew Huberman's research on the brain and motivation.
One of the biggest pitfalls of goal-setting is that you can overthink things really easily. Dreaming of a brighter future and making plans to get there can get addicting. So much that we may even forget that to make our goals happen we have to start somewhere!
To make goal setting easier, set your goals, make plans to achieve them, work on them, and track your progress.
Reviewing your goals is one of the best ways I’ve found to get yourself to stick to them. The progress you make inspires you, and it shows you what you need to focus on next. But just how often should you review your goals?
Why do new year's resolutions fail? You want to change, set goals to do so, but give up each year. Here's why that happens and how to succeed.
As much as I love to set goals, there are a few disadvantages of goal setting. In this article, I go over how to get over the worst 3.
How many times have you set an ambitious and exciting goal, then a few weeks into working on it you give up? This happens to all of us, and it’s discouraging enough to keep us from ever setting goals again. But you don’t have to throw in the towel from just one “failure” or even a dozen of them.
If you’ve ever set a goal and wondered if it’s too much, you’re not alone. It happens all the time to a lot of people. It can be hard to tell if you’ve set unrealistic goals or if your goals are just right enough to stretch you to become better...
If you want infinite focus and energy to pursue your goals you simply need to reward yourself at intervals throughout the process.