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Updated July 2020
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If you’ve ever struggled to achieve your goals you are not alone! The reason just might be because ALL prior goal achievement methods missed ONE key element— habit! That's right, The Habit Factor® (bestselling book and app) exposed a timeless truth that helped to launch an entirely new genre of productivity apps (habit trackers) and help thousands around the world achieve their goals faster! There’s a reason top coaches, consultants, trainers, Professional athletes, Olympians, PhD’s and the ...
 
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"Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions." ~Albert Einstein. Thought experiments come in many varieties and you don't have to be a theoretical physicist to put them to use. A good thought experiment can drive behavior change, goal achievement and even habit development! Albert Einstein was famous for his breakthrou…
 
"Good solutions can lead us to better—and even the best—solutions, but only when we take action." Theodore Roosevelt put it this way: "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." Many intelligent people are bound by inaction and indecision. It's a trap created by overthinking and the awareness that there is always a better—or even, a best—…
 
"What you focus on expands within your awareness." Managing your environment, with some planning and forethought is one of the best ways to influence your behavior. If you want to focus better, eliminate potential distractions ahead of time. If you want to eat better, control what is in your pantry and refrigerator and change your shopping habits. …
 
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." ~Thoreau Most people aren't aware just how hard-wired they are toward the negative. In other words, something very positive will typically have far less of an impact on one's behavior and emotions than something equally negative. Theories vary, but most psychologists agree that negativity…
 
"Never complain, about anything, to anyone, not even yourself." The quote above caught MG totally off guard when he was reading a book, so he took it as a literal challenge and wondered if he could do it for just a day. Less than a few hours later, he was at nearly twelve complaints! Why is the toothpaste cap not on? Who would post such a stupid th…
 
"There are only three requirements for success. First, decide exactly what it is you want in life. Second, determine the price you are going to have to pay to get what you want. And third, and this is the most important, resolve to pay that price." ~H. L. Hunt When it comes to goal achievement and success there is always a price to pay. Did you bec…
 
"When you want to succeed as badly as you want to breathe, then you will be successful." ~Eric Thomas Last week's episode was, "What do you want?" This week, the question is "How hungry are you?" Hunger is an interesting concept because taken in its most literal sense, there are few driving forces quite as primal. Hunger gets people to take action …
 
"I can teach anybody how to get what they want out of life. The problem is that I can't find anybody who can tell me what they want." ~Mark Twain So, what do you want? Last week it was about WHY we should be challenging ourselves. This week it's about knowing/understanding what you want? Consider an all-you-can-eat buffet. You could eat any of the …
 
"When it comes to personal development, 'Why?' is both the question and the answer." WHY challenge yourself? Why get involved in personal development? Why read 'self-help' books? Why try to improve? Why run a marathon or try to write a book? Only you can know your personal motive. Understanding what drives your behavior helps you produce personal p…
 
"With just one short life to live a powerful question smacks us right between the eyes: What obligations come with it?" This week's theme layers nicely on top of last week's MBM, The Bucket List. Obligation: An act of being morally or legally bound; a duty or commitment. A debt of gratitude. While philosophers through the ages have struggled with t…
 
"If beginning with the end in mind is important, and it is, than the bucket list exercise takes you to the ultimate end!" This week's theme layers nicely on top of last week's MBM, Motive. If knowing our motives helps to spark the action that drives the formation of our habits and goals, than knowing what is most important in our life, before we di…
 
"Find the motive that drives the action you desire" Building off last week's Mind Bullet, "Feelings & Focus", MG tackles the significance that your motive plays when it comes to goal achievement and/or habit development. Simply put; motive drives action! The large majority of people remain frozen— stuck by inaction— waiting for ideal circumstances …
 
"Your emotions guide your focus." A powerful element to goal achievement and habit building is taking control of your emotions and channeling them positively. The emotions you feel at any given moment can either help or hurt your ability to focus. One of the reasons this is important to understand is because so many people set goals that are uninsp…
 
"Begin something today you'll be pleased you started three or five years from now." When the environment around us shifts so dramatically that it dictates what we can and cannot do, concepts like non-resistance teach us to use constraints positively. No matter the pressure we're feeling, we have the opportunity to refract it towards optimism, hope …
 
"We know from a lot of research that when things get tough, the general rule is people actually tend to help people out...” ~Glenn R. Fox Today's interview brings the return of Season 2, episode #12 guest Glenn R. Fox, head of Design, Strategy, and Outreach at USC Performance Science Institute. For more background on Glenn, be sure to check out our…
 
"Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.” ~Viktor Frankl This "tweener" Mind Bullet episode centers around how we respond to situations beyond our control—a fitting topic that comes during a time of great uncertainty through…
 
"A rising tide lifts all boats." This "tweener" Mind Bullet episode was going to be about accountability, coming on the heels of our recent episodes on self-mastery and justification. But as the world shifts its priorities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Habits 2 Goals pivots its subject matter to the idea of TIMING. In a time of understandable …
 
"Becoming aware of how you justify your actions will help you produce the results you want.” This in-between-seasons ("tweener") Mind Bullet episode was inspired by last week's episode on Self-Mastery as we dive into the idea of justifying our behavior. We learned last week that "Habit is the most imperious of all masters," meaning it will dominate…
 
"Habit is the most imperious of all masters.” ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe On this in-between-seasons ("tweener") Mind Bullet episode we examine a subject we've touched on but never fully explored: self-mastery. Self-mastery is simply the ability to take control of your life without being blown off course. Your body is the servant and not your maste…
 
"No one told you when to run, you've missed the starting gun.” ~Pink Floyd On this in-between-seasons ("tweener") Mind Bullet episode we tackle a subject first brought up in the season 6 episode The Future: the moment is now. How many times have you heard a comment like, "Now is the defining moment of our time," in terms of an election or another b…
 
"Desire is the most important element of habit and skill development, not streaks.” On this in-between-seasons ("tweener") Wednesday Mind Bullet episode we discuss the subject of streaks. Many people confuse and misinterpret the connection between streaks and habits. Streaks are something you do every day, and we often think we have to do something…
 
"If people knew how hard I worked to gain my mastery, it wouldn't seem so wonderful after all.” ~Michelangelo This Frequently Asked Friday ponders a common theme: Should I work hard, or should I work smart? Common wisdom implores us to work smart, not hard. But like so much of the thinking we encounter here at Habits2Goals, this is another example …
 
"You have two lives, and the second one begins when you realize you only have one.” ~Confucious This special Mind Bullet Wednesday is inspired by the above quote about coming to the awareness of life as a precious and fleeting gift. This kind of awakening usually happens after a few decades of living. We leave behind our autopilot, mindless existen…
 
"The man who views the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life." ~Muhammad Ali Today's Mind Bullet Monday tackles a concept that spans the human journey of growth and change: evolve. What sparked this episode was remembering Kobe Bryant. When he started in the NBA he was young and brash, but he evolved. He entered the l…
 
"Conscious breathing is my anchor.” ~Thich Nhat Hahn Today's Frequently Asked Friday (FAF) picks up where last Friday's Mindfulness vs. Habit episode left off, exploring the significant role habit plays in mindfulness. To recap, an acquaintance "thought leader" asserted that he didn't believe in habit; he believed only in mindfulness. In the episod…
 
"You're only going to know how mentally tough you are, and what your limits are, by testing yourself.” This bonus sixth episode continues where episode 5, Mindset, left off, answering the critical question: How do I develop the GRIT mindset that will lead to success? The first step toward creating a success mindset is to take control—grab the wheel…
 
“You are the programmer... you are responsible. Write the program.” ~Stephen R. Covey Today's Mind Bullet Monday explores the idea of being programmed, a topic inspired by the Gay Hendricks book, The Big Leap. In the book, Hendricks discusses a coaching client who had a difficult time making changes because she had been "programmed" for many years …
 
"Use mindful, intentional, thought to forge the habits that will then serve you subconsciously.” Today's Frequently Asked Friday (FAF) addresses a common question and a confusing concept: What role does habit play in mindfulness? This question sprang from an offhand comment by a "thought leader": "I don't believe in habit, I believe in mindfulness.…
 
"Begin with a grit mindset that constitutes healthy habits of thought.” Episode #5, the final chapter of our 2020 Vision & Wellness series, is all about mindset. Mindset is critical because it's your mindset that will help you recalibrate when obstacles throw you off track. Just as we have behavior habits, we also have thought habits. We rehash the…
 
"Bring your energy to the here and now.” ~Roz Savage For this Mind Bullet Monday, we explore the idea of taking things one stroke at a time. A little backstory: Eco-activist Roz Savage wrote the foreword for The Habit Factor after using the app to reach her goal of rowing across the Atlantic Ocean (she subsequently rowed across the Indian and Pacif…
 
"Many successful people get up before 6 am in the morning. They have rituals. They exercise, stretch, organize their day, and walk through that series of rituals.” ~Brian Tracy Today's Frequently Asked Friday (FAF) tackles a basic yet important question: What's the difference between habits and rituals? A ritual is simply a series of habits. For ex…
 
"If you're not tracking you're slacking!” Episode #4 in our 2020 Vision & Wellness series brings us to the all-important concept of tracking our behaviors to form good, supportive habits of our goals! After many thought exercises in the first three episodes, we find ourselves here, diving into the mechanism that bridges the gap - from vision to rea…
 
"Practice!? You talking about Practice!?” ~Allen Iverson In today's MBM, yes, we're talking about PRACTICE! Practice, the art of strengthening a habit or skill is in itself, an overlooked skill. The question for you is, "What are you practicing today?" Practice precedes results in all areas of our lives. The more often and better we practice with i…
 
"Worrying is like paying interest on a loan that may never come due." Today's Frequently Asked Friday (FAF) attempts to grapple the all-to-common problem over chronic worrying. It makes sense to worry, right? Pick your topic; government, climate, work, the economy, family, friends, etc. The list of valid things to worry about is endless. The realit…
 
"The wave of change is coming. It's time to get on your 'New Habits' surfboard and surf with intention.” With the New Year comes a great opportunity to leverage the air of change and harness the force of habit for our benefit. This five-part Vision & Wellness series is designed to help you do just that! Today's episode, Part 4, is all about the gre…
 
"You become what you think about all day long.” ~RW Emerson Where your attention goes, new habits and skills are developed. Obsession, by definition, is "an idea or thought that constantly preoccupies one's mind." Obsession is arguably your greatest ally when it comes to goal achievement, as well as skill and habit development. Obsession is simply …
 
"A wise man rules his habits, a fool obeys them." Today's Frequently Asked Friday (FAF) poses a classic question: "How can habits help me achieve my goals?" This may be one of the most basic and fundamental concepts of the entire Habit Factor® ecosystem. First, the subject of habit is often confusing. Most people, sadly, only associate the word hab…
 
"The Habit Factor is always, always working! The question is, is it working for you or against you?” With the New Year comes this five-part series to be released each Wednesday in January: 2020 Vision & Wellness. Today's episode helps us to step back, assess our current results, and then ask a few key questions with the understanding that what we'v…
 
"The man who moves mountains begins by carrying small stones.” ~Confucius Overwhelm by definition is to "bury or drown by a large mass". This is a topic we covered in Season 3, episode 10 when Martin invited Cathey Fisher to join H2G to share her experience with The Habit Factor and discuss the topic of being overwhelmed. Cathey and Martin review t…
 
"A miracle is an event so unlikely as to be nearly impossible. It's probably worth reminding you right now that the probability of your existence is estimated to be 1 in 400 trillion." Today's Frequently Asked Friday (FAF), "How can I stop overthinking?" is the natural follow-up to Monday's Mind-Bullet, Overthinking. When it comes to our goals and …
 
"Don't die with your music still in you.” ~Dr. Wayne Dyer With the New Year comes a five-part series to be released each Wednesday in January: 2020 Vision & Wellness. Today's episode helps us to get clear about our goals and ambitions for the new year. We "begin with the end in mind", by identifying what we want to create in 2020 and beyond. To do …
 
"You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” ~Martin Luther King Jr. Overthinking is often the biggest hurdle most of us encounter on the path to goal achievement. The irony; it's a hurdle we create! Overthinking not only creates stress in our lives, it creates inaction, increases doubt, anxiety, fear and limits our potent…
 
"There are no accidents Shifu." ~Oogway Deepak Chopra likes to say, "There are no accidents . . . there is only some purpose we haven't yet understood. Einstein said, "God does not play dice with the universe." Even the wisdom of the movie Kung Fu Panda asserts that everything happens for a reason. But this line of thought leads us down a path of d…
 
"What could you be doing if you were operating at your full potential? If you're not, it's going to show up in your business and relationships.” ~Luke DePron As 2019 draws to a close and we're poised to welcome a new year, it's a great time to present this inspiring and insightful conversation with fitness and lifestyle coach Luke DePron, who's als…
 
"It is your attitude, not your aptitude, that determines your altitude.” ~Zig Ziglar Today's Mind Bullet focuses on a topic of great importance in many Habits2Goals episodes, but it's time to look at it in-depth, by itself: attitude. Attitude is defined as a "settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something, typically one that is refle…
 
"The best doctors in the world are Doctor Diet, Doctor Quiet, and Doctor Merryman." ~Jonathan Swift Today's Frequently Asked Friday tackles an important question: What are the habits that make the biggest difference in life? When thinking about the habits that have the biggest ROI, focus on the four, core quadrants of well-being: Mind, Body, Social…
 
"Without the luxury of planning, preparing and practicing, pressure can be the enemy of success. " Henry J. Evans joins Habits2Goals this week for an insightful discussion of a multi-faceted topic: how to deal with pressure. No one gets out of dealing with pressure. We all experience pressure, whether it's related to family, relationships, health, …
 
"Feast upon uncertainty. Fatten upon disappointment. Enthuse over apparent defeat, and invigorate in the presence of difficulties.” Today's Mind Bullet is about setting a new mindset: Start clapping! When misfortune hits, we tend to think in extremes. Didn't get the job? I'll be homeless in three weeks! It's easy to spin out into the worst scenario…
 
"When coaching kids, above all, be kind, and focus on giving them constructive, positive labels about themselves." Today's Frequently Asked Friday seems to come out of left field, but it has deep implications: How do you coach kids? How to coach kids is a frequent Google search, so plenty of people are wondering about the best way to coach, teach, …
 
"Are you willing to jump through the painful practice 'hoop' of conscious competence to truly become your best?" Henry J. Evans joins Habits2Goals this week to discuss an important topic in every aspect of life, including habit development: the four phases of learning. To recap, the phases are: Unconscious incompetence. (You don't know what you don…
 
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