Make your routine fit your personality and life. As long as you feel uplifted and fulfilled it doesn’t matter how long it is. The key is to keep going even if you don’t feel like it.
Beating ourselves up feels bad, and despite our mental image of a mean drill sergeant being super motivating, mentally shit talking ourselves does nothing to motivate us to change or take action.
I often GET INSPIRATION by reading. I can never underestimate the ability to absorb someone else’s life by reading about it. I’m a vampire sucking out their knowledge and making my brain more powerful. This gives me fuel when I procrastinate.
Using distractions for self-expansion builds strength, while using them for self-suppression simply shields us from the pain we’re avoiding.
Relationships with others are the best thing life gives us. They also make us sleep better.
Writing is the ultimate ‘deep work’ activity — to become a better writer, you need to practice your skills in a state of distraction-free concentration.
Most of us are guilty of this. PROCRASTINATION. Not getting anything done. Feeling overwhelmed and lazy at the same time. Netflix and panic.
Push the boundaries of your fear. When you do, all of a sudden you find yourself doing things you only once imagined or dreamed about or wished you could do.
To take self-talk seriously, we must accept it for what it really is: brain conditioning.
The majority of the time I’m an extrovert. So I draw my superpowers from being around other people.