3 Tips to Get Unstuck in 2024

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Tip 1: Build Trust In Yourself

If you lack trust and confidence in your abilities, start small.

Set small, achievable tasks and successfully complete them to build trust with yourself. This process helps you prove to yourself that you can set objectives and follow through on them.

With consistency, you will learn to trust yourself to pursue even your biggest goals.


Tip 2: Identify Your Keystone Habit

As discussed in Charles Duhigg's book "The Power of Habit," keystone habits serve as a foundation for other positive behaviors, sparking a ripple effect of beneficial changes in various areas of life.

Identifying your keystone habit can simplify improvement efforts in different areas, making the process less daunting by focusing on the next step of maintaining that one habit.

Some common examples of keystone habits include exercising, meditating, and keeping a gratitude journal.


Tip 3: Measure Your Progress

Don't miss a day and forget about your previous efforts.

Don't look at your goal and think to yourself that you have a long way to go.

Don't compare yourself with others who didn't start from where you did.

Measure your efforts because all that matters is that you're making progress.

Although it may seem insignificant in the short term, it will compound with consistency and time.


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Favourite Quote This Week:

“Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become.” James Clear

I believe the easiest person to lose trust in is yourself, but the easiest person to build trust with is also yourself.

You are with yourself all the time.

Every action you take matters, so make them count.

Tip 1: Build Trust In Yourself

If you lack trust and confidence in your abilities, start small.

Set small, achievable tasks and successfully complete them to build trust with yourself. This process helps you prove to yourself that you can set objectives and follow through on them.

With consistency, you will learn to trust yourself to pursue even your biggest goals.


Tip 2: Identify Your Keystone Habit

As discussed in Charles Duhigg's book "The Power of Habit," keystone habits serve as a foundation for other positive behaviors, sparking a ripple effect of beneficial changes in various areas of life.

Identifying your keystone habit can simplify improvement efforts in different areas, making the process less daunting by focusing on the next step of maintaining that one habit.

Some common examples of keystone habits include exercising, meditating, and keeping a gratitude journal.


Tip 3: Measure Your Progress

Don't miss a day and forget about your previous efforts.

Don't look at your goal and think to yourself that you have a long way to go.

Don't compare yourself with others who didn't start from where you did.

Measure your efforts because all that matters is that you're making progress.

Although it may seem insignificant in the short term, it will compound with consistency and time.


Tool of the Week: Second Brain 5.0

I've been using Notion for over 3 years now and it truly is my second brain.

It is my safe place to offload what I need to remember and what I need to get done.

With everything I've learned and tested, I'm releasing an updated template on April 2nd.

If you want to be the first to experience it, click on the link below.

Get Early Access to Second Brain 5.0


Favourite Quote This Week:

“Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become.” James Clear

I believe the easiest person to lose trust in is yourself, but the easiest person to build trust with is also yourself.

You are with yourself all the time.

Every action you take matters, so make them count.

Tip 1: Build Trust In Yourself

If you lack trust and confidence in your abilities, start small.

Set small, achievable tasks and successfully complete them to build trust with yourself. This process helps you prove to yourself that you can set objectives and follow through on them.

With consistency, you will learn to trust yourself to pursue even your biggest goals.


Tip 2: Identify Your Keystone Habit

As discussed in Charles Duhigg's book "The Power of Habit," keystone habits serve as a foundation for other positive behaviors, sparking a ripple effect of beneficial changes in various areas of life.

Identifying your keystone habit can simplify improvement efforts in different areas, making the process less daunting by focusing on the next step of maintaining that one habit.

Some common examples of keystone habits include exercising, meditating, and keeping a gratitude journal.


Tip 3: Measure Your Progress

Don't miss a day and forget about your previous efforts.

Don't look at your goal and think to yourself that you have a long way to go.

Don't compare yourself with others who didn't start from where you did.

Measure your efforts because all that matters is that you're making progress.

Although it may seem insignificant in the short term, it will compound with consistency and time.


Tool of the Week: Second Brain 5.0

I've been using Notion for over 3 years now and it truly is my second brain.

It is my safe place to offload what I need to remember and what I need to get done.

With everything I've learned and tested, I'm releasing an updated template on April 2nd.

If you want to be the first to experience it, click on the link below.

Get Early Access to Second Brain 5.0


Favourite Quote This Week:

“Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become.” James Clear

I believe the easiest person to lose trust in is yourself, but the easiest person to build trust with is also yourself.

You are with yourself all the time.

Every action you take matters, so make them count.

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