Creating habit chains is one of the best ways to stick to new habits and create stronger, more productive everyday routines.
Failure isn’t always about learning to be better, faster or stronger. Sometimes it’s about learning, in hindsight, that the best was yet to come.
Take the route of quarterly self-evaluations to check in with how you are adjusting, growing and accomplishing your goals from the previous three months.
We would all do well to open up to opportunity. Invite the possibility of growth into your life through abundance, solitude, gratitude and curiosity.
Take a more holistic approach to your routine from start to finish and feel productive from the moment you wake up to the moment you to go to sleep.
When your brain is moving fast, it’s time to slow things down.
When you’re at work, work. When you’re with family, be present there, too.