MORE IDEAS FROM Who Moved My Cheese?
the human brain was wonderful and allowed exploits , but was also responsible for creating many barriers.
So simplifying things.
Change is always bound to happen, sooner or later. Instead of fooling yourself that things will stay the same forever, always keep an eye open for change.
Each one must identify what he wants from this life .
What brings you comfort and safety ?
When you start pursuing your goal, it’s natural to feel more distant from those who don’t share your vision. It’s all right, be aware that this is part of the process.
sharing your learning and experience serves as a reminder. You embed these learnings in your subconscious the more you repeat them. As you reflect on it, you can discover even new connections.
" Each of us has our own idea of what cheese is, and we pursue it because we believe it makes us happy. If we get it, we often become attached to it. And if we lose it, or if it's taken away, it can be traumatic."
- Who moved my Cheese?, By Dr. Spencer Johnson
1. Develop CLEAR goals together with your team members.
2. Write them down in a single page.
3. Review them daily
WHY IS IT so easy to repeat bad habits and so hard to form good ones?
It often feels difficult to keep good habits going for more than a few days, even with sincere effort and the occasional burst of motivation.
Habits like exercise, meditation, journaling, and cooking are reasonable for a day or two and then become a hassle.
Changing our habits is challenging for two reasons:
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