Habit Change

The #1 Reason People Fail, Don’t Stick to their Commitments (and don’t form good habits)

May 22, 2014 in Habit Change

I remember the first time I realized I needed “help.” From the outside looking in, I was in an enviable position. In my early 20’s, I’d already attended a prestigious university and traveled around the world. I’d started multiple profitable businesses that allowed me to live and work from anywhere. And I was miserable. It […]

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Life Automation For Entrepreneurs (Video From SXSW 2014)

April 30, 2014 in Habit Change

This week, I realized that although I gave you guys a short recap of SXSW 2014 never showed the HtS audience the footage from my discussion on the “Life Automation For Entrepreneurs” panel. Here’s the description of the panel: Join Dave Asprey, Veronica Belmont & Maneesh Sethi as they discuss automating your life while running […]

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How To Set And Accomplish Any Goal

April 10, 2014 in Guest Post

Today’s post comes from long-time HtS reader Dean Palibroda. Dean has laid out the exact system he uses accomplish any goal he sets . You may notice something special about his system: It’s adapted from many different sources. As you read through this post, take special note of all the references he makes to people […]

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My Trigger Worked. Here’s What Happened…

March 27, 2014 in Exercise

On Monday, I told you about a new bet I placed on myself to stay accountable and finally get to the gym multiple times a week. Guess what? It’s working. Even when I don’t want it to. I’ve been checking in to the gym 5 of the last 7 days — but most days, even […]

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Your Turn To Hold Me Accountable (My Bets)

March 23, 2014 in Exercise

One surprising aspect of running a blog partially dedicated to habit change — and creating a product to help people change their behaviors — is that it’s still just as hard for me to change my own behaviors sometimes. Part of it could be due to what’s described as “expert blindness.” Essentially, when you’re constantly […]

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