Cultivating a daily fitness habit will give you physical strength; the side benefits will give you a lot more.
To make time for what’s truly important, you don’t need as much time as you think. You need something else.
We readily accept that the pursuit of growth requires us to raise our standards. But what if that’s not true? Here’s the case for why you should consider lowering your standards.
If you want to help yourself or others make big changes that last, think small. Focus on the 2 millimeter shift.
What do you do when your motivation wanes, when you feel like everything is a huge effort with no payoff, when the muse doesn’t show up, when you feel like you’re losing momentum, and when you start to wonder why am I even doing any of this?
A 30-day challenge can be a fun way to challenge yourself, but if you want to create a lasting change, time-fixed challenges are a waste of time.
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.