How To Get Back On Track - Darius Foroux
Think of a moment you were in a powerful state of mind. A time when everything went well. Try to be very specific and to remember everything in detail.
You have the power to control your mind. If you do that several times a day, you will notice that you start feeling that way again.
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Most of us fail in our endeavors at some point in our lives, whether it's a New Year's resolution or a health goal you are working on. These setbacks make us human, not a failure.
Schedule your habits by giving them a specific space in your daily waking hours. You can put it in your calendar, or link it to your current behavior patterns.
Create a system around your existing life to incorporate the new habit.
Even doing something small towards your goal can help build a daily routine.
Example: Instead of skipping the morning jog entirely due to lack of time, one can jog for a few minutes.
Productivity guilt happens when you feel overwhelmed by not attending to all the things you know you "should" be doing and having a nagging feeling that you're wasting time.
In practice, adding too many suggestions for living well will create a conflict with each other.
Suggestions are almost always given on their own, without including a wider context. You can read about why exercise, reading or meditating are good on their own, but rarely find information about how they trade-off against each other.
There are two different types of feeling tired.