An easy way to hack willpower and self-control, backed by research in social psychology

You’ve probably heard about the marshmallow test. A small group of preschool children between 3 to 5 years old are each offered a marshmallow and given two choices; eat the treat immediately, or wait until the researcher returns and receive a second marshmallow. No threats of punishment on failure, just the promise of reward if …

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To cultivate clarity and maintain laser-focus in your life, ask yourself these two questions

Do you suffer from a failure to launch? Not rockets or big, grand openings of some special event, but a simple and consistent launch into the next chapter of your own life. You see, most of us have the whole dreaming thing figured out. We know exactly what we want to be in the future, …

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A scheduling system to help you manage procrastination, get more work done, and encourage creativity

Have you ever noticed how weirdly productive procrastination is? You really don’t want to do this one thing so you opt for ten others while you avoid and try to work up the mental energy required to focus on what you should be doing in the first place. The problem is, the tasks we usually …

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How to prioritize your goals like the world’s most prolific investor and businessman, Warren Buffet

Knowing exactly what you want from your life and committing to it in the form of goal setting can be liberating or overwhelming, depending on how you approach it. It is common knowledge that you can not do more than one thing at a time and do it well so even though setting goals can …

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