10 Health Habits That Will Help You Live to 100 on Yahoo! Health
7 Habits of Highly Effective Twitterers: Wayne Sutton | Blog of Mr. Tweet
good habits...worth noting.
Wayne Sutton | Blog of Mr. Tweet10 Ways To Give Yourself A Procrastination Inoculation
Hah thats a good one very interesting.Task Ninja: Form the Action Habit | Zen Habits
You want to live a long, full life -- to be young and lean forever. But you could be doing yourself more harm than good. Getty Images by JJ Virgin "Someday," you say, "I'm going to get my health back on track, after this next…
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Do that one thing you've committed to doing. Skip a day before succeeding for 21 days straight, and we'll start you back at day one. Succeed for 21 days in a row, and you can enter monitoring mode. But by that point the action should seem second nature.How to have more self-discipline | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist
That is, if you can work hard to have self-discipline in one, small area, you create self-discipline almost effortlessly in other areas. The most famous study about this phenomena is from Baumeister, who found that students who walked with a book on their head to fix their posture ended up eating better, studying harder, and sleeping more. Without even noticing they were making those changes.
This all rings very true for me.The Definitive Guide to Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolutions
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The 6 Changes Method So what are we to do? We only focus on one habit change at a time, so our focus and energies aren’t spread thinly. We implement the habit changes gradually, so we don’t run out of steam. We start out really, really easily, so it isn’t intimidating. We focus on enjoyable activities, so we don’t need “discipline”. We have two months to do the habit change, so if something comes up, it’s but a small bump in the road. And because we’re publicly committed, we’re going to get back on track. We have a very specific plan with actions built in, using proven habit change techniques.
6 Changes methodology applied to new year's resolutions12 Classic Zen Habits Posts You Might Not Have Read
This morning I found myself lying around, enjoying a lazy weekend with my wife and kids, basking in the peaceful simplicity of today. It’s in these moments that I find not only my greatest happiness, but my purpose in life. I am here not to achieve or even to change the world, but simply to live. Life is a gift, and I’m happy to accept every moment of it. And so, in this spirit, I thought I’d dig through my archives and share a few favorite posts, to help others find this peace. A lot of Zen Habits readers are new, and haven’t taken the time to peruse the 800+ posts I’ve written. Shame on you! :) Here’s a good way to get started. If you want more, check out the Beginner’s Guide to Zen Habits, or see the newly revamped Zen Habits archives for every post ever published here. 12 Classic Posts You Might Not Have Read Don’t read these all at once: 1. Peaceful Simplicity: How to Live a Life of Contentment 2. The Four Laws of Simplicity, and How to Apply Them to Life 3. The CuThe seven secrets behind great teaching - Features - TES
interesting summary of effective teaching
Analysis of the personalities, motivations and behavior of 15 award-winning teachers uncovers the seven habits that make them successful in the classroom.
"The TES magazine teamed up with business psychologists Crelos to analyse the personalities, motivations and behaviour of 15 award-winning teachers to uncover the seven habits that make them successful in the classroom."John W Powell : The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Developers
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Developers Passionate Able to Learn, Unlearn and Re-learn Balance Principle and Practice Keep It Simple Software (KISS) If You Don't Know the Answer, Know Someone Who Does Focus on Value Puts the Needs of the Many Before the Needs of the OneTwo Simple Ways to Form New Habits Without Really Trying | Zen Habits
This UI/NUI/UNI/NUNI system (which is also lots of fun to say) is incredibly useful, and I can’t believe I never heard of it. But then, not being much of a self-help book consumer, I didn’t read “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Covey, which is where it came from. And I was way too footloose and fancy-free to be thinking about that kind of thing back in 1989, when the book was published. One other bit of wisdom that I stumbled across while investigating Covey’s quadrants: It appears that people tend to expend most of their energy on the Urgent/Important and Urgent/Not Important tasks, get burned out, and go straight to the NUNIs to relax. Prevailing wisdom says that you shouldn’t neglect the NUIs. They’re good for your soul
Prioritize Your Tasks by Urgency and Importance
Stephen Covey’s four quadrants of activity management30 Habits that Will Change your Life
Report on flexibility in the future after 30 not really occurring.
“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; but remember that what you now have was once among the things only hoped for.”
“The shortest path to oneself leads around the world.”
NOOO I'M ALREADY 21 MUST SELF-ACTUALIZE BEFORE I GET SET IN MY WAYS.
Scientific American: Millions of us dream of transforming our lives, but few of us are able to make major changes after our 20s. Here's why
personality changes occur well past the age of 30 but that typically these changes are small in magnitude compared with the changes that occur between the ages of 20 and 40.5 Ways To Break Your Design Habits - Just for Fun | Spyre Mag - resources and inspiration for web-designers and developers
We need to question our design style sometimes, even if we end up in the same place that we started from. It’s a matter of taking something and turning it around so we can grasp what it is all about.The No. 1 Habit of Highly Creative People | Zen Habits
Creativity is essentially a lonely art
Habit of Highly Creative People | Zen HabitsDan Ariely » Blog Archive The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective People «
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"The thing about habits is that for good and bad they require no thinking. An established habit, whether getting ready for work in the morning or having a whiskey after, is a pattern of behavior we’ve adopted—we stick to it regardless of whether it made sense when we initially adopted it, and whether it makes sense to continue with it years later. From a human irrationality perspective this means that something we do “just once” can wind up becoming a habit and part of our activities for a longer time than we envisioned. To get some insight into this process, consider the following experiment:"
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