Having a passion to crack the million dollar question: "What creates extraordinary people?", Jack becomes a guinea pig for personal development. He seeks out to create the best articles on habit building and personal development in the quest to build Habitify Blog
Gratitude and meditation can go hand in hand to increase satisfaction and the happiness level of your life. We provide a step by step guide on how you can combine these 2 tools to create a powerful life.
Our world is full of ordinary people who make an impact on this world through their extra-ordinary hard-work. The successes these people achieve are simply because of their personal habits that make them what they want to become.
Becoming a morning person is a struggle for many of us. We know the benefits of having an early start to our day yet actually experience those early sunlights is a completely different story! Why is it so difficult to be a morning person? What can be done to make it easier?
For most of us, meditation would not come to mind when trying to find ways to increase focus and productivity. This is understandable. When it comes to the benefits of meditation, most of us think about relaxing or reducing stress. While this is true, meditation offers limitless opportunities for personal improvement, including increasing focus and productivity.
After talking with Davide, he blew me away with his story of how he managed to work a fulltime job as the Chief Technology Officer of Colto, an award-winning game development agency, and pursue his passion for learning Japanese in the past 3 years.
Chasing meaningful goals brings purpose and happiness into our lives. They are the compass leading to a fulfilled life full of growth and impact. These are 7 goals that can kickstart your journey to a more meaningful life.
The wrong intention from the start already ruins our process: setting goals to impress other people, refusing to go beyond our Comfort Zone… and then we make more mistakes during the tracking and implementation. These are 10 goal-setting mistakes that I have gathered through personal experience, as well as learned from the top performers.
With so many productivity gurus and self-help experts promoting goal setting, we can often overlook scenarios when goal setting goes wrong. Here are the things that I have discovered about the dark side of goal setting and how to counterbalance them.
Whether you are a solo-entrepreneur, a manager of a small team or you just want to know more about leadership, understands the importance of setting goals will be a highly effective skill set worth mastering.
Through countless failures at goal setting, now I have grown wiser in the art of setting goals and understood what are the common traps that we often fall into. Realizing how these traps are getting in the way of achieving your goals can save you months and years of fruitless and frustrating actions.
Introduced among the digital age, an analog system takes the world by storm by bringing productivity, mindfulness into our lives through a beautifully organized notebook. Learn how to start your own bullet journal through this guide.
We all know Journaling is one the most helpful tools to sharpen your minds, boost your productivity and increase your self-awareness. In this guide, you will know every step of the way to start your journal in your own way plus a few bonus tips to get more from your journals.
We have all been taught that laziness is one of the biggest enemies of living a good life. But that is not always true, according to Peter, there is deep laziness in nature that we learn from and integrate to live life more holistically. Understanding deep laziness will make our life less stressful, more space for peace and quiet, to understand more about ourselves and stop letting extrinsic motivation dictate our inner world.
We all have big dreams and aspirations, but not all of us reach out to those goals. In this blog post, Peter shares an interesting approach that can get you to tap into the power of mini habits. A strategy that is fail-proof, ensuring you will always end a day 1% better than yesterday.