You know the value of getting an outside perspective. But there’s a downside too. And if you don’t manage the risk, it can cost you time, money, momentum and confidence.
Breaking habits and creating long-term, sustainable, behavior change is challenging for everyone. In theory, it should be simple. Just do the new thing you want to do. But we all know it’s not that easy. What makes it so complicated? It’s not about the behavior.
When we reveal the parts of ourselves that we keep hidden, we are able to serve others in a bigger way. Often, it’s part of ourselves that we try the hardest to hide is the key that unlocks our greatest service.
One of the most common questions people ask me is: How long does it take to create a new habit? Here’s why this question is not relevant, and what you should focus on instead.
For years, I tried and failed to create a daily blogging practice. I thought it was out of my reach, until it wasn’t. This is how I built a daily blogging ritual.
Since November 2010, I have attended 3 of Tony Robbins’ events as a participant and served on the event crew for his events 10 times. In that time, Tony Robbins has taught me many important lessons. One lesson stands out as perhaps the most important — and it wasn’t even something he said.