Lisa von Sturmer

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Just like fun and joy bring on more fun and joy, frazzled freak outs beget more frazzled freak outs. It’s just how the universe works. Try creating space in your life for many mini-meditations throughout the day - this always helps me remember what my goal is (and to ignore the stress/negative thoughts that get in the way of it ;) ) With love!!

Just like fun and joy bring on more fun and joy, frazzled freak outs beget more frazzled freak outs. It’s just how the universe works. Try creating space in your life for many mini-meditations throughout the day - this always helps me remember what my goal is (and to ignore the stress/negative thoughts that get in the way of it ;) ) With love!!

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From zen habits by Leo Babauta

Changing habits, at its core, is simply a process of changing what’s normal for you.

This is something I’ve done myself a gajillion times over the last 7-8 years:

  • not smoking became my new normal (lots of pain for a month or so)
  • running became normal

I really like the “small & simple” approach mentioned in this article - hard part is deciding which habits to break first ;D !

Tony Robbins: Why Some People Take Massive Action & Some Don’t

What can I say, I love Tony Robbins.  This video rocked my world & gave me a fantastic epiphany to round out 2012 and clear the way for 2013.  The first 1-2 mins set up is not the best, so skip to the part that they start the interview for the goodness if you’re in a hurry. 

I’m a visual learner so the diagram Tony walks you through was really powerful for me (it’s on a post-it on my monitor right now actually!).  As I think we all know by now, setting goals is easy - following through on them is not.  Any way I can trick my brain to higher levels of productivity and dedication is a win for me.  Thanks Tony!!