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🧵 11 tips from experts to enhance your willpower 💪 Image
1️⃣ Believe in yourself, take small steps daily to improve, and keep believing in your potential. 💭💪 #selfbelief #personaldevelopment
2️⃣ Our heart is the critical focus to generate willpower that will self-sustain. Find your true essence free from external influences and let your will free flow. ❤️🧘‍♂️ #heartfocus #patience
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Feeling overwhelmed by mental clutter? "Declutter Your Mind" by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport offers practical tips and strategies for reducing mental clutter and living a more #mindful, intentional life. $QUACK #RichQUACK

Here are some key takeaways: Image
The Problem with Mental Clutter. Mental clutter can cause stress, anxiety, and distract us from our goals. Being mindful of our thoughts and taking breaks to declutter can help us feel more focused and relaxed. #mindfulness #mentalclutter $QUACK
Declutter Your Physical Environment. Decluttering our physical space can reduce distractions and make it easier to focus. A clean and organized environment can also help reduce stress and increase productivity. #declutter #productivity $QUACK
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If you want better results, ask better questions.

Ever run into someone you look up to but don't know what to ask them?

Here are 10 questions I love to ask my mentors:
What is one piece of advice most people think is important but you think I could skip entirely?

What is one of your daily routines you wish you would've started earlier in your life?

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#Habits are the building blocks of our lives, shaping our actions, behaviors, and outcomes. In "Atomic Habits," @JamesClear presents a practical and science-backed framework for creating and sustaining good habits, breaking bad ones, and achieving our goals $QUACK
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1/ Habits are the compound interest of self-improvement. Small improvements made consistently over time can lead to remarkable results. It's not about making radical changes overnight, but about making small changes every day that add up to big progress. $QUACK
2/ The 4 laws of behavior change: Make it obvious, make it attractive, make it easy, make it satisfying. By following these laws, you can create a powerful feedback loop that reinforces good habits and eliminates bad ones. $QUACK
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If you want better results, ask better questions.

Here are 10 questions I love to ask my mentors:
What is one piece of advice most people think is important but you think I could skip entirely?

What is one of your daily routines you wish you would've started earlier in your life?

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Your gut microbiome is responsible for your health.

But most of us don't understand why.

If gut health is your priority in 2023, read this:

PS: RT this & I'll DM a code to try our brand new groundbreaking 'Smart probiotic' backed by 380 clinical studies, (limited supply)
Our gut microbiome is key to our digestion

I'm sure you know that much, but it's emerged in recent years that it does so much more.

At my company, Heights, we've spent 2.5 years researching the 3 high impact areas it can improve:

Mental Health.

Here's how:
Your gut contains billions of bacteria - they all have certain jobs to do.

Some will help your skin glow, some your nails, most make sure your gut breaks down food well so your whole body system is firing on all cylinders, turning nutrients from food into energy for life...
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Therapist Tip 👉🏻The Power of 'NO': the word "no" is a 'boundary'. It is a word that establishes or defines the space between you & someone else. It demands respect & is supposed to be learnt learnt through childhood development. It is a universal cue that people use #boundaries
to let others know that you are not OK about something. Boundaries are designed to keep you safe &/or establish ground rules for the relationship. One of the earliest indicators of #RedFlags in toxic people/relationships is a lack of Respect/empathy for the word "no" #SafetyFirst
This lack of respect is an 'indicator' that someone has a character/personality problem &/or flaw. If a person in your life refuses to listen or respect your "no", you may need help because you now have a 'relational' problem
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Do you feel that despite the huge amount of work that you put, you still are losing a lot of time and don't feel productive ?

Here's a morning route that which if followed can guarantee to save atleast 15 hours per week.

Thread below.🧵👇
// Meaningful productivity

Your best thinking  will actually happen while you’re away from your work, “recovering.” By taking your mind off work and actually recovering, you’ll get creative breakthroughs related to your work.
// The first 3 hours of your day

The first 3 hours of your day are the most precious ones where you'll have the potential to be highly productive.

Your brain is most attuned to the first thing in morning alongside high energy levels.
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Just completed the 21 day #habits challenge, inspired by @hubermanlab.

A group of 6 friends went for it. Each picked 6 Habits.

4 hit most days. 2 didn't.

Insights below:
We based our challenge on this video:

- Every habit at least once every 2 days.
- Every day at least 4 habits out of 6
- no punishment if you fail a day
- If you miss tracking for 2 consecutive days you are out of the challenge
Results: 8 people started, 2 stopped tracking. We checked in via spreadsheet + whatsapp

Results for me:
- did 11 sessions of cardio (will stick to it)
- Prioritized sales for @Pairingdev - which was my primary goal
- Started Journaling every day
- Gained 3kg 😮, gym 10 sessions
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15 Effective Ways Clever People Handle Toxic People

1. They ignore attention seekers

Often toxic people compulsively seek attention at all costs.If this is the case, the best course of action is to pay little or no attention to that person, and instead spend more time with the quieter and more reserved members of the group.
2. They do not trust or share secrets with gossipers

They will share deep secrets with people and they will frequently judge or gossip about people behind their backs. It’s a divisive and manipulative method of gaining friends or power in a social group. Do not take the bait.
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Accept the #now. When you accept life as it unfolds, offering no resistance, you become aware of the choices available in this moment. This doesn’t imply giving up desires or being a victim, but discovering the #freedom to respond creatively.

#meditation Image
Accept the signals of your #body. Feel all of your body’s sensations. While the #mind lives in the past and the future, the body resides in the #now and never doubts itself. It knows the #truth and will guide you towards the most evolutionary choices.
Accept #responsibility and commit. With deepened awareness, you can make new choices, let go of #habits that no longer serve you, and commit to taking the next step to achieve your dreams
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5. தேநீர்ப் பிரியர்

எழுத்தாளர் ஜார்ஜ் ஆர்வெலுக்குத் தேநீர் என்றால் மிகவும் பிடிக்கும். அதுவும் குறிப்பாக, இந்தியா, இலங்கை நாடுகளைச் சேர்ந்த தேநீர் என்றால் அவ்வளவு பிடிக்கும்! |1
ஆனால், தேநீரில் சர்க்கரை போடுவது அவருக்குப் பிடிக்காது. ‘நீங்கள் உண்மையான தேநீர்ப் பிரியராக இருந்தால், தேநீரில் சர்க்கரையைப் போட்டு அதன் உண்மையான சுவையைக் கெடுக்காதீர்கள்’ என்று எழுதியிருக்கிறார் அவர். |2
‘யாராவது தேநீரில் மிளகுத்தூளைப் போடுவார்களா? உப்பைச் சேர்ப்பார்களா? சர்க்கரையும் அப்படிதான். தேநீர் என்பது கொஞ்சம் கசப்பாகதான் இருக்கவேண்டும், சர்க்கரை சேர்த்து அதை இனிப்பாகிவிட்டீர்களென்றால் நீங்கள் குடிப்பது தேநீரே இல்லை, வெறும் சர்க்கரைக் கரைசல்!’ |3
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Best tweets of the year: Part 1 of 3.
(a thread)
"Assets produce income whether you work or not."
-- Robert Kiyosaki @theRealKiyosaki

"You are rich if you wouldn’t change your lifestyle if you got richer."
-- Orange Book @orangebook_

#life #wealth
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1/ #MUSTREAD for a better life in our #COVID world.

In my last #kitchentableconvo I shared how I nearly lost my mind when I couldn’t find a particular small frying pan the day after my move.

#pandemic #habits @nytimes
2/ Rather than simply figuring out another breakfast or using another pan, I spent the entire day unpacking boxes (and not eating) in search for that pan, so that I could eat breakfast! I went to bed miserable, cranky and hungry; having eaten only one meal that day at about 7pm.
3/ The next day, I continued to search for that pan in the hope that I could use it to cook my favorite breakfast. Didn’t find it. And didn’t eat breakfast until 3pm. 🤦🏾‍♀️

#pandemic #habits @nytimes
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WEF's Klaus Schwab: "In all likelihood, unless the #pandemic evolves in an unforeseen way, the consequences of COVID-19 in terms of health & mortality will be mild..."

New week-end thread w/ @spencerlatu

#Covid19 as catalyst for #WEF #greatreset
Written by Klaus Schwab & Thierry Malleret, Geneva, July 2020.

"Until 2011, Mr. Malleret was a senior partner at the Geneva-based IJ (Informed Judgment) Partners, an investment boutique for ultra-high-net-worth individuals."

#WEF #GlobalRiskNetwork…
"Malleret is the co-founder & principal author of the Monthly Barometer, an analytical and predictive newsletter on macro issues for high-level decisionmakers." - "Relevant to all; read by the influential"
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To share what you wish you would have known years ago is to handover the chain of tokens, to the people, willing to unlock a better tomorrow. #giveback #NerdZen #TokensToZen #TheNerdsJourney
TokenToZen  #1:
Be Homo Ludens. Play is research. Innovation never stops playing. Put yourself in the players’ shoes. Our world needs true game changers. Be part of the action! #PlayYourDay #Gamification #SimonSinek #InfiniteGames #NerdZen #TokensToZen
TokenToZen #2:
If you ever got to choose what you will loose: Your Eyes or your Ears: How will you decide? A life without sight or a silent one? Choose wisely. Want a hint? Silence is consent? #DecisionMaking #MeaningfulConnections #NerdZen #TokensToZen
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"The seed of a single habit is a tiny decision." James Clear
A thread on #Habit formation from @shrayasr's on #running:… (1/15)
@shrayasr Your sense of motivation has to be anchored into a purpose. Therefore, clarify why are you taking up a habit. Get your intention right. (2/15)
@shrayasr Start small. Repetition is at the heart of habit bulding. It is only when you repeat that your body and your mind starts recognizing the activity and adapts to repetition. Do it until your habit activity is second nature. (3/15)
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Good morning everyone!! 🌞
Here is a small thread on a beautiful #allegory based upon the Chinese Bamboo .

An allegory that teaches us #patience,#persistence,#hope,#habits, #Growth & Life in general. Image
The seeds require to be nurtured with love and care for no less than 5 years without showing any results. The first 4 years solely consist of nurturing & tending with NO SIGNS OF GROWTH. But the farmer goes about his job out of habit .+
In the 5 th yr all of a sudden it begins its exponential growth & shoots to over 90ft in just 6 weeks.
Miraculous , ain't it? 🙂
The farmer tends without knowing the outcome every single day with the same amount of love & concern .He never gives up. He keeps his habit.
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I have been writing about habits for a while. Naturally, I have got many questions about what are the most important habits for lawyers to cultivate. I think this is a very important question.

#habits #successful #lawyers #law #lawsikho
I have been studying successful lawyers for a while, through my interviews on Superlawyer, or when I interview successful lawyers on our Legal Practice Management Course on what led to their success.
We also have a lot of such events at LawSikho office with top lawyers, clips of which interactions you can watch on the LawSikho YouTube channel here.
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Concerned about the habit gaps in your life and career?

Want to build a habit? Great.

Want to kill a habit that has been slowing you down or harming you? Great.

#career #law #eLearning #lawsikho #habits
You need to understand how habit gets created and how they are perpetuated once the behavior is learned at the level of a habit.

It all starts with some kind of awareness.

Let’s say it’s a cigarette addiction. How is it going to start? I can speak from personal experience.
The first trigger is the awareness and the universal availability of cigarettes. Being aware of the existence of cigarettes is easy. Everyone knows. Cigarette companies make sure of that, through all sorts of promotional activities.
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1/ Is willpower myth or muscle? Using eating & #dieting as an example, let’s discuss the science behind #willpower, when willpower fails, and what we can learn from all of this to help us break bad #habits. A long thread, but follow along to learn why willpower is really a myth.
2/ If you're a #primarycare provider trying to help patients lose weight, a #nutritionist trying to get someone to stick to a healthy #diet, or simply trying to eat better yourself: Do you ever feel frustrated, helpless or like a failure in changing #habits?
3/ Why is habit change so hard? Have we not come up with the perfect strategy? Do we simply need more #willpower (or a kick in the pants)?

For years you’ve been told that willpower is the 🔑 to breaking bad habits… but what if I told you that science says otherwise?
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125 Tweets of Notes and Insights from @JamesClear #AtomicHabits . This is for sure among the top 5 books ever written on #Habits . Must buy for people looking for the complete picture. Unroll the #Thread
1. The author believed he could become a great player. And he knew that if things were going to improve, he was the one responsible for making it happen
2. A habit is a routine or behavior that is performed regularly—and, in many cases, automatically.
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1/ Semi-final England vs Croatian @FIFAWorldCup game about to begin. Teams warming up with pre-game practice drills are habit routines that brings the athletes closer to flow, that optimal state of consciousness & the source code of ultimate performance. #WorldCup #Flow #Habits
2/ Flow is a peak state where we both feel our best and perform our best, pretty much required to compete at the World Cup level. I take the pregame practice drill concept and put it to use on my day. A routine of morning habits are small wins that create the conditions for flow.
3/ Break the pre-game concept down to small win habit routines to prepare for a speaking engagement or an important meeting… or even date night 😉 wherever you want to feel your best and perform your best. #flow #habits
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