Stop Worrying About Missed Habits - Darius Foroux
Having an all or nothing mentality can be detrimental to your physical and mental well-being. It opens a gap for us to attack ourselves with negative self-talk.
If you failed to work out today doesn't mean that you're a failure. Stop punishing yourself for a minor setback and focus on getting back on the saddle.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
... is a conscious state of calm that evokes an awareness of the present moment.
When you are mindful, you are able to objectively gauge your own thoughts and feelings at a glanc...
*Just like compound interest multiples one’s savings, improving one’s mind daily, during the best hour of the day, multiplies one’s mental compounding interest.
This ‘mental’ com...
Taking a cue from Bruce Lee’s famous quote ‘Be Water’, we must adopt a water mindset and adapt to our body and physiology: our best hour of the day could be any hour of the day, as long as it is according to you. Give yourself the best hour of the day.
All of us cannot wake up and join the 5 AM Club as our bodies are different and each morning isn’t the same.
New habits are very major life changes and should not be taken lightly. They require an enormous amount of discipline and mental energy to build, and you don't want to overwhelm yourself....
Your timeline is how often you want to practice your new habit; it’s your recurring goal. For example, meditate for 30 minutes per day.
A short timeline can be overwhelming, and a long timeline won't give you enough practice. For best results, use a weekly timeline: mediate for 3 hours per week.
A good weekly timeline isn't overwhelming and will give you some “wiggle room” in your hectic schedule.
Keep your goals extremely small at the beginning, and then gradually increase them every week. Your initial goals should be so small that it would be impossible not to complete them: