The science behind making a change that lasts | The JotForm Blog
Sustained momentum toward a singular goal creates a compound effect.
This means that consistent, incremental changes can result in fundamental changes over time.
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Employees can share resources, swap perspectives, and boost each other’s creativity.
Collaboration allows us to capitalize on the collective knowledge and expertise of our people, while breaking down intra-company silos.
Collaborations can be unproductive, time-wasting, and a strain on top employees.
Collaborative organizational structure can drain people’s time and resources, wherein employees are “emailed to death and meetinged to death."
... (or delegation), it helps to know where everyone’s expertise lies.
Make sure your employees get to know each other, whether that happens through group lunches, coffee breaks, or informal social events. This also builds trust — a vital element for successful collaboration.
To make any habit stick in the long-term (keystone or not), do it regularly.
The more often you do the habit, the more you'll get used to it, and eventually, you'll do it without thinking—the definition of a habit.
It helps to know how often you’re succeeding (or not). Use whatever works for you: pen and paper of habit tracking apps.
A simple way to keep track of your progress is to mark each day you complete your habit on a calendar.
Do the minimum you can and be consistent in your behavior.
To create a new habit, you must first simplify the behavior. A good tiny behavior is easy to do — and fast.
Three factors are important for meaningful work:
Being your own boss is one of the main factors of finding meaning in your work. It makes you more invested and allows real innovation.