Tell yourself you'll try a new habit for "only five minutes." Your lizard brain will take care of the rest.
By Benjamin Spall
When trying to build a rock-solid routine, it is a question of "when" and not "if" you will face an unexpected obstacle.
By Jamie Todd Rubin
Real habit change comes from taking a candid look at your shortcomings. Or, as Epictetus once said: "Self-scrutiny applied with kindness."
By Paul Jun
Kleon, author Newspaper Blackout, Steal Like an Artist, and Show Your Work! on self-promotion in the age of the internet.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
Surprisingly, it can be the little things that have an outsized impact on our day-to-day happiness levels.
By Gregory Ciotti
Insights into the days of Ze Frank, Garrison Keillor, Cheryl Strayed and more.
By Sean Blanda
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when tackling a big project. The next time you find yourself procrastinating, start small. Your creativity and imagination will handle the rest.
By Mark McGuinness
Getting immersed in your work is all about finding the balance between “way too easy” and “breaking a sweat.”
By Sam Spurlin
Eliminate "ah-screw-its" and other ways to make that new habit last for the long haul.