Even when it looks gloomy and grey, the light is always there. Sometimes it’s just hidden by clouds.
As you expand awareness, you gain the ability to see patterns in your thoughts and behavior. This gives you the power to change them, once you learn how.
Entering fight-or-flight mode can give us the push we need to get things done. But as a productivity strategy, this isn’t sustainable.
Let’s get real about what it feels like in the throes of change.
Environment may be more powerful than willpower, but habits are the most powerful of all. Change requires daily practice.
A simple change to your routine — even doing the same things you do every day, but in a new sequence — can create plenty of discomfort.
Your resistance to new experiences and ideas can be a valuable tool to unlock the holy grail of personal knowledge.