A compelling WHY and good outcomes can help you gain traction in the beginning, but the downside of outcome-based metrics is that failing to hit them could catalyze you to abandon your practice. Here’s my secret to creating longevity in a practice.
If you want to create a lasting change in your habits, you must start with answering these 2 questions.
Most conversation about productivity focuses on the first three levels. If you’re feeling stuck, it may be time for you to access the hidden fourth level of productivity.
It can be used as a sword or a shield, an agent of inquiry and curiosity or rebellion and resistance. Whatever mood you’re in, or want to evoke, Why has got your back.
When you consider why you’re doing any action or choosing a certain path, do you give a reason or a rationalization? There’s a difference.
Every time I speak about my daily practices — what most people call habits — people ask me “How do you do it?” Here’s the truth about how.