Tag Archives: mini-habits

Let teeny victories carry you to success. Here’s how.

A little while ago, I started getting obsessed with all the ways I wasn’t meeting my own bar. When I mentioned this to a friend, he suggested I start focusing on the ways I was doing well rather than torturing … Continue reading

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5 steps for using PSYCH-K to support your New Year’s resolutions  

Anyone who has ever been on a diet or started a workout regimen knows that getting into the groove can be an uphill battle, one that’s often fraught with self-sabotage. Instead of feeling like you have one foot on the gas and the other on the brakes, use PSYCH-K to make sure all the parts of your mind are on board with the changes you want to make. Continue reading

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Giving thanks for absolutely all of it: A short daily practice

When I came back to Prescott again after a five-year sojourn, the first thing I did was purchase an orange spiral bound notebook in order to commence a two-part writing practice.

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Book Review: Mini Habits

Today I did five push ups — four more than I planned. I ran 17 minutes –16:30 more than I had initially intended. And now, as I type this, I am marching my way toward a goal of 50 words … Continue reading

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