After getting married, I started questioning my craving for being productive all the time and trying to get as much done as possible. Rising early just for the sake of it won’t improve your life. You must use that time to develop yourself to have a better life.
In theory, habits operate in a simple loop: trigger – routine – reward. By understanding the science behind habits, you can hack the habit loop to improve your lifestyle.
By targeting tiny habits you can create change with little-to-no effort.
Human nature is inherently flawed and destructive. It helped our ancestors survive but if we want to build a better future we need to be smarter in ways that we observe ourselves and act in the best interest of the whole, not just the short term personal gain. If we act for the whole, everyone wins and we’ll enjoy more prosperity, more opportunities, more respect, and less chaos.
Since my first flight, I traveled to over 50 countries and easily taken over 100 international flights. Here are my top air travel tips to reduce the hassle on your next flight.
To make everlasting positive changes, you must come to the conclusion that there are no quick fixes for any part of your life. While life plan won’t solve all of your problems, I believe it’s a useful tool to help you get where you want to go.
The only way to get better is to ask better questions. No one knows what they’re doing. Everyone from your parents, teachers, scientists to politicians and ultra-successful are just trying to figure it out.
Ironically, self-discipline is the ultimate freedom. Waking up early, making up your bed, brushing your teeth, and eating healthy breakfast can transform your whole day. By adding in reading, journaling, and meditation, you can supercharge your growth and allow yourself to become a more loving person.
Paulo Coelho has transformed millions of lives. His books are some of the most life-changing books that I’ve read and I was curious to find out what are other books like The Alchemist.