What are the 5 Morning Routines of the well-known author of ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’, ‘The 4-hour chef’, ‘The 4-hour body’ and the man behind “the Tim Ferriss Show”?
Tim Ferriss makes the most of his time, he really does use the 80/20 rule for life, always trying to find the most effective theories and methods before attempting to master/live them. Continue reading →
There is a difference between a to-do list and an effective list.
Many of us make lists but when it comes to an effective list that helps you move the needle and achieve your goal, there is a bit more to it.
Once you know what you want to achieve and have written down your goal you can start the daily process of chipping away at, or moving the needle closer to actually achieving your goal.
The next step is to break down your goal into steps or chunks, basically creating a list of what needs to be done.
Once you have done this, you will no doubt have a massive list and it may consist of all the small things you’d like to achieve, but don’t fall prey to the endless to-do list syndrome. Continue reading →
I love this TED talk by Judson Brewer.
Yet another reason to bring mindfulness into your daily life (yes Habit reCode has a mindfulness habit module)
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Mindfulness is the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment and accepting it without judgment.
Habit reCode is all about developing daily success habits so what does mindfulness have to do with success habits?
Isn’t mindfulness just hippy-dippy hokum? Turns out, this hippy dippy mindfulness has a huge impact on success! Continue reading →
Most of our day is spent on auto-pilot. Many of us procrastinate, we rationalize delaying tasks.
Did you know that there is a way to stop procrastination and that this method can become habit?
Stop procrastination in two simple steps.
Procrastination is something that many of us are affected by. We avoid doing a task which needs to be accomplished and instead choose more pleasurable things. Continue reading →
A good morning routine sets the tone for the rest of your day.
When you form a positive morning routine you are priming your day and this can dramatically improve your success, productivity and achievements throughout the day.
Likewise, a poor morning routine can have the opposite effect.
When it comes to applying the 80/20 rule, the morning routine is the 20% of action that leads to 80% of the outcomes.
(more to come on this post tomorrow)