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The short answer? With good habits in place, your life is just easier.
The slighty-less-short answer?...
When a crisis happens, our lives change. And we often emerge with new habits and routines.
Hopefully we develop better routines that help us and allow us to come out of the crisis as a better version of ourselves.
But sometimes we develop not-so-great routines.
Many people will wait until an emergency arises before they pay attention to an area of their life. This is REACTIVE LIVING.
Reactive living means you only focus on an area of life after things get bad. This sort of "fire-fighter lifestyle" is stressful to say the least.
The opposite approach, which is how successful people do things, is to be PROACTIVE.
Successful people use a little thing called routine in order to keep every area of their life on track.
The truth is — routines and habits are far more simple than we give them credit for.
And you would be amazed at how a little bit of time now can save you a LOT of time down the road.
Then welcome to the Simple Habits course.
You can watch the whole course in the time it takes for a long lunch break. And then you will have discovered how to make simple changes, starting today, that will make your daily life better.
In about an hour, you'll be on your way to making life a little bit easier and a whole lot better.
And, if you sign up today, you'll save 25% off the full price. Normally, the course is $39. But right now it's available for special launch-week pricing. Get it for just $29.
In this video, discover what most people do when they try to make positive changes, learn why it doesn't work, and find out what you should be doing instead if you really want to create lasting change.
This video gives you a crash course in the mechanics of habits so you can modify the systems in your own life to create positive results. We also show you how to use the process of substitution to replace negative habits with positive ones.
In this lesson, we show you how to leverage the compound effect of tiny actions to produce big results. We also teach you how to make your habits stick by aligning them with your identity.
This lesson explains the core principles behind the don't break the chain motivation strategy, and we walk you through the process of setting up your habits scorecard to help you master the art of showing up.
Not all habits are created equal! In this lesson, we share some key habits you may want to include when crafting your routines and explain the importance of taking care of yourself first.
If you want to take your habits to the next level, this video gives you advanced tips and techniques to help make habit formation even easier and more effective.
Streaks is the best app for habit tracking. In this screencast, you'll learn how to use Streaks to track your habits on your Apple device. We show you how to customize Streaks to your liking, and even show you how to use Shortcuts to automate your habit tracking.
A screencast tutorial showing how to use GoodNotes on your iPad to combine the benefits of analog and digital habit tracking. You will also get access to a downloadable PDF habit tracking template for you to use.
It can be so helpful to learn about the habits and routines of other people, the challenges they face, and the ways that they overcome. We've included a series of written interviews to help give you new ideas and perspectives.
Instant and lifetime access to the full course. Full price is $39, buy now for just $29 during launch week.
Your access to Simple Habits includes the following:
8 on-demand videos
Downloadable videos for offline viewing.
Transcripts (and captions) of all video lessons.
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