Habits are a hard thing to build. Let’s fix that.
The podcast that started it all for me was The Art of Manliness. The podcast, and even the website, offer almost an infinite amount of thoughtfully curated content aimed at making men, and women, better. Experts weigh in subjects like how to better manage finances, planning and implementing workouts, how to sharpen personal and interpersonal skills, and even how to survive a bear attack. Mostly, the content is to help readers work on their personal development.
I’ve subscribed to countless productivity gurus, Matt D’Avella, Thomas Frank, and many, many more. But like most people, I struggle with motivation and not procrastinating. Well, I want to experiment and see what works and what doesn’t. Maybe this will help you too. Maybe it won’t. Maybe this is just a huge brain dump that helps. We shall see.
So this content will be different than Farm Traveler. Here, I’ll share strategies, tips/tricks, and books aimed at personal development. This won’t be all serious, it’ll be fun. Stick around.
Orange Juice is ALWAYS better.
Plans never go according to plan.
The book, Atomic Habits, describes habits as, “Your brains automatic response to a repeatable event.” Think of it like getting a cup of coffee first thing in the morning or … Continue Reading How to build rabbits…I mean, Habits.
6:30 – Wake Up. 6:35 – Journal and Read. 7:00 – Brew Tea and catch up on Farm Traveler emails. 7:30 – Stretch and take the dog for a walk. … Continue Reading Why motivation is like showering….It’s recommended daily.
When I first started teaching, I kept telling my students “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” We even wrote it up on the wall as a daily reminder. The purpose … Continue Reading “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” – Some old and wise person.