The conditioning that made you a responsible adult is also responsible for the limiting beliefs and fears that keep you stuck in an endless cycle of work.
Cultivating habits removes the burden of decision about whether to do something. But what do we miss when we put our actions on autopilot. Is a life on autopilot really what we want?
What motivates your work and the actions you take in life? Are your actions infused with joy and meaning, or are you acting based in fear?
What would it look like if we truly honored the lives lost on 9/11? Here are 3 ways to do that.
When I started my daily workout streak, everyone asked me how long it takes to create a habit. After 5 years of daily workouts, it’s still not a habit.
What makes an action a ritual, as compared to a habit or just a thing you do?
The pursuit of “better habits” is so embedded in our cultural conditioning that we rarely pause to consider the downsides of habits.