How to use habit stacking to build a productive work day

One lesson I find myself learning over and over again is how important implementation intentions are for forming habits. It's a simple premise. If you schedule a time and place for a habit, you're more likely actually do it. The general formula is: At [time/place] I will [behaviour] I first came across this concept in … Continue reading How to use habit stacking to build a productive work day

Why you Should Quit While You’re Ahead

'"Quit while you're ahead" is an effective strategy for forming new habits when it is applied locally rather than globally. I don't mean quit a habit once you're good at it, but quit practicing in specific instances while your enjoyment or satisfaction is high, e.g. stop writing while you still have momentum. There are psychological … Continue reading Why you Should Quit While You’re Ahead