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Based in North Carolina, James Clear writes at
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It's all about staying focused on priorities.
According to research from a pair of Harvard professors.
Useful lessons from famous Swiss biologist Louis Agassiz.
If you want to fulfill your potential then you must practice a specific skill for a long time with remarkable consistency. Mastery is never an accident.
If you've ever struggled to be consistent with something you care about, maybe my struggle with resonate with you, too.
We often assume that life works in a linear fashion. Nope. There are two different types of growth.
Design for default. Our decisions are shaped by the world around us.
You can do it by using what's called 'bright-line' rules.
When you're feeling frustrated, rushed, and stressed, a little gratitude can come to the rescue.
It's called the 'Paper Clip' strategy. Here's how it works.
We assume that new solutions are needed if we want to make real progress, but that isn't always the case.
Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer and the results of the 'Copy Machine Study.'
As it turns out, selling candy bars can teach us a lot about building better habits.
Your first choice is rarely the optimal choice.
New knowledge does not necessarily drive new results. Learning something new can actually be a waste of time if your goal is to make progress and not simply gain additional knowledge.
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