A large body of research indicated willpower is like a muscle. We can strengthen it with practice and it also gets depleted with overuse. But, more research has poked holes in this idea. It turns out that a lot of successful people rely on habits more than willpower alone.
The key to a productive day is setting priorities. The reason most people fail is because they don’t set the right priorities and don’t execute. This guide leads you through the steps for setting the right priorities and managing them to a successful conclusion.
Self help is a billion dollar industry. Is it really helping anyone? How does the clarity journal and improving self awareness fit into the picture?
We love the idea that 10,000 hrs of work will make us an expert. What happens if we’re in a hurry and want to reach the 10,000 goal asap? Does that work?
The Dip, the Resistance, the Wall: It’s that time when you run out of energy and motivation. A letter to yourself offers a path forward to overcome the Dip.
As a solopreneur, you need to wear many hats for your business. It takes self-discipline, but you need to get comfortable wearing the CEO’s hat as well.
The use of F-Bombs in media is an epidemic. Is this a gimmick or is it the authentic voice of the writers? Is it the end of civilization or a trend that will pass?
Is self-discipline the cure for our hopes and dreams? If so, what can we do to optimize it? If not, what are the other options?
This is how I made the transition from a productivity journal to a clarity journal. I discovered you can’t get very productive without a little clarity.
Working from home may sound easy, but it will probably be the hardest thing you’ve ever done. Learn from my mistakes.
If you’re going to take the time each day to journal, make it a practice that counts. Not just another list of crap on your to-do list.
When we tell the story about ourselves, our business and our product, it may lead to surprising insights and discoveries.