When I first read today’s question, my heart melted.
Knowing a 16 year-old boy was struggling with something nearly all of us face got me super fired up to help. Plus, knowing creative kids are fans of the show got me a little misty eyed too.
So let me ask…
Do you ever have trouble finishing what you start?
Do amazing ideas come to you all the time but — after the initial excitement wanes — you struggle to follow through? If you’re creative and ambitious, the answer is likely yes.
Being multipassionate can be an energizing gift, but it can also crush your confidence if you’re not able to push your projects through to completion.
Continue reading “Follow-Through Habits For Serial Quitters”
Sometimes people say something that just really hits home.
That’s what I felt when my friend Todd and I first talked about the biology of change.
Meaning, what actually happens inside our bodies on a cellular level when we consciously work to form new positive habits.
He shared ideas from his work with athletes (from Olympians to passionate amateurs) that helped me better understand why some people successfully form new habits, and others seem to slip back into old patterns again and again.
It’s fascinating stuff.
If you’ve ever struggled to change your life — and make it stick, you’re going to love today’s episode.
Continue reading “5 Steps To Change Your Life And Make It Stick”
Isn’t it funny how we get soooo pumped about our newest projects?
Whether it’s a cleaner diet, blogging consistently, or getting back in shape — most of us have no trouble starting off with a bang.
We’re uber committed for the first few days.
Things go so well that we actually start to believe the voice in our head when it says, “OMG, this time is different. I’m actually going to make this happen. I’m going to stick with this for life!”
Fast forward three weeks into the future. Life throws you a curve ball. You slip off track. A few more days pass and before you know it, it’s the same as it ever was.
Continue reading “Here’s Why You Never Follow-Through (And How To Fix It)”