The Habit Society
To: Society Members
This isn’t the first time we discuss sleep: its importance, its hygiene, sleep as the foundation to all else…yada, yada, yada. That being said, don’t stress about it.
James Clear splits them into 5 categories: time, location, preceding event, emotional state, and other people. Let’s go through them one by one.
The Golden Rule of Habit Change: You can’t get rid of a habit. You can only replace it. Let’s talk about how.
We can’t all wait for January 1st to roll around for a fresh start. Luckily, there are two main ways we can create our own fresh starts for healthy habits: psychological and physical.
And it’s all small stuff…
We can’t expect running to magically be as pleasurable as a girl’s trip to Ibiza. So, how do we make ourselves enjoy it enough to keep doing it habitually?
Let’s talk about creating an optimal social environment to take advantage of our strong tendency to imitate those around us. (After all, that’s what The Habit Society is here for.)
How to read more, read better and read to remember.
Social connection improves our cardiovascular, neuroendocrine, and immune systems. So, does that mean I don’t have to waste my time on the treadmill anymore? No, well… kinda?
Taking a long hard look at yourself in the mirror can be one of the hardest (and most beneficial) things you do.