Procrastination is a frustrating problem. At best, it results in hours of wasted time and feelings of guilt and anxiety; at worst it robs us of our potential hopes and dreams. So here’s how to beat it, in 5 minutes flat…
Do you think, plan and obsess your way out of anxiety and loss of control? Today’s blog explains why this kind of overthinking is dangerous, and what you can do instead.
Are you waiting to feel motivated, focused, energetic, creative, bold…? Here’s a little language hack from Jim Kwik that will get you there a whole lot faster.
Here’s what my resistance looks like. How does it compare to yours?
Are you guilty of over-identifying with your work? Does a bad review send you into a shame spiral? Read here to learn why it might be time to separate your output from your self.
Trying to get fit, stop smoking, avoid avoidance or stop procrastinating? Here’s why I think mindfulness helps find the solution, no matter what the problem.
A few short words in support of single-tasking as opposed to multi-tasking. Remember, it’s okay to do just one thing. Especially on a Sunday folks.
With all the discipline, determination and willpower in the world, the urge to self-sabotage is sometimes just too much to handle. But handle it you can, if only you remember to prepare…
Are you beating yourself up because you’ve failed at X, Y or Z again? Rather than bemoaning your own lack of self-discipline, here’s why you need to start thinking about your habits and routines….
Some questions to help you re-evaluate how successful your day actually was.