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Business Model You: Book Summary - The fun way to reinvent your career
Business Model You helps you reinvent your career by finding the best way to financially support yourself based on your talents, goals, needs & environment.
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yesterday by stuartcw
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via Pocket - How To Use Prospect Theory To Create New Habits - Added July 20, 2018 at 08:55PM
IFTTT  Pocket  confidence  goals  selfhelp 
yesterday by taldy
Habitica - Gamify Your Life
Habitica is a free habit and productivity app that treats your real life like a game. Habitica can help you achieve your goals to become healthy and happy.
gamification  habits  goals  productivity 
4 days ago by po
How to declutter your mind and get organized?
Did you know an average person goes through 70,000 thoughts per day? If you don’t organize these thoughts, they can come in the way of your productivity. Just like our closets, our minds need some tidying up too. There are pretty good chances that your mind is begging to free some headspace.
Archive  goals  habits  productivity 
8 days ago by dvand5
How to Do 1,000 Push-ups in a Single Day – Better Humans
How to do it
1. Choose a start date and an end date. It’s possible to complete 1,000 push-ups in 31 days as Itzler did, but that doesn’t need to be your goal.
2.Your end date is something you can change, of course, depending on how your body responds.

3. Write down your “what if?” scenarios. This is how you’ll handle the unexpected situations that arise when you’re completing any challenge, that is, implementing or changing a behavior.

4. Determine your daily minimum and maximum. Write it down. This is important because (1) it ties back to your “what if?” scenarios, and (2) setting a maximum keeps you from burning out. (Of course, you’ll be revising that maximum up as you succeed at each level.)

5. Determine where and when you’ll do your challenge. I set targets to spread my push-ups out during the day: my first target was 100 before 8 a.m., 200 before 10 a.m., and so forth. You will build up to these targets in the beginning, but it’s important to plot them out and understand how to fit them in. Getting to your goal requires some creativity.

6. Announce your goal and start date to your inner circle. I used Facebook to make updates.

7. Track your progress. Do this every day. Use that little check mark to give yourself a mental high five.

8. Share your progress. You can do this daily or every other day. The important part is that you’re sharing it with your cheerleaders regularly.

9. Establish mini milestones. These can relate to transitioning from one type of behavior to a more difficult one by a specific date and/or hitting a set target by the end of a week.

10. Celebrate your mini milestones. Those check marks are your daily high five, but you also need to reward yourself for the larger targets you hit. This can be anything that’s healthy, like a happy dance in your kitchen. (Though I’ll admit that when I hit 1,000 push-ups, the kiddos I was with gave me a Rice Krispie treat! This isn’t something I typically eat.)
goals  advice  strategy  systems  lifehack 
8 days ago by genome
From 'Fumble and Bomb' to $230 Million. Here's the Crazy Story of a Simple Podcast That Just Made Its Host Very Rich | Inc.com
James Cash Penney (better known as J.C. Penney, founder of the eponymous department store) famously said: "Give me a stock clerk with a goal, and I will give you a man who will make history. Give me a man without a goal, and I will give you a stock clerk."
work  goals 
12 days ago by craniac

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