Why You Need to Ditch Your Goals This Year
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by Cody Limbaugh
5M ago
Reading Time: 7 minutes To be successful, ditch your goals. Say what? Yes, you heard that right. Ditch your goals. We’ve been taught to set goals anytime we want to achieve anything. They should be SMART: specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, and time sensitive. But the motivational gurus who’ve taught us this didn’t necessarily take into account the psychology involved in personal growth and achievement.… The post Why You Need to Ditch Your Goals This Year appeared first on Whole Life Challenge ..read more
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Commitment: The 3 Hard Choices for Success
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by Jon Gilson
5M ago
Reading Time: 4 minutes Commitment is hard, harangued by the twin devils of temptation and convenience, hamstrung by lack of preparation, blown back by our general aversion to difficult work. Undoubtedly, you’ve decided to change something today. You’ve decided to accomplish something. ‘Tis the season, after all. Regardless of the nature of your goal, you would do well to commit with more than mind.… The post Commitment: The 3 Hard Choices for Success appeared first on Whole Life Challenge ..read more
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How to Use Discipline to Add New Habits and Gain More Time
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by Chris Holder
5M ago
Reading Time: 7 minutes Each new year offers a fresh start, new beginnings, and a worldwide surge to becoming the person you always wished to be. No matter your resolution for this new year, there is one solidifying factor that resonates throughout all our goals: discipline. I want to lose 25lbs. I want to eat better. I want to stop swearing.… The post How to Use Discipline to Add New Habits and Gain More Time appeared first on Whole Life Challenge ..read more
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How to Find Peace and Beauty: Find Your Spot
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by Chris Holder
5M ago
Reading Time: 7 minutes Remember when we were kids? You know, when you and your friends were out playing and you always ended up at so-and-so’s house, or in your best friend’s back yard, or maybe a simple place out in the trees behind where you lived. These places we gravitated toward not only hold some of our fondest memories, but when you look closer, they served as sanctuaries or feel-good spots that made us happier about being alive.… The post How to Find Peace and Beauty: Find Your Spot appeared first on Whole Life Challenge ..read more
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The Chaos Monkey: How to Improve Your Life Through Failure
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by Teddy Kim
5M ago
Reading Time: 5 minutes In 2000, I ventured onto a then-new website called “Netflix.” I can still remember how exciting it was to see the familiar red DVD mailer when I opened my mailbox. Then in 2007, Netflix launched a streaming service. As an early adopter, I distinctly remember how crummy the the streaming service was at first. I don’t think I was able to finish a movie for the first year.… The post The Chaos Monkey: How to Improve Your Life Through Failure appeared first on Whole Life Challenge ..read more
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A Friend Indeed: Off-Season WLC Skill Practice
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by Jon Gilson
5M ago
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Off-Season WLC Skill Practices are mini-challenges intended to help you fine-tune different aspects of your health and wellness. Offered between Challenges, these weekly practices address fitness, nutrition, stress reduction, productivity, and personal connection — because health is about far more than food and the gym (and we could all use a little practice) This Week, Take Time Each Day to Connect with a Friend Simple Instructions: Each day this week, reach out to a friend. … The post A Friend Indeed: Off-Season WLC Skill Practice appeared first on Whole Life Ch ..read more
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Golden Latte: The Simple Winter Drink with a Health Punch
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by Robert Morton
5M ago
Reading Time: 2 minutes Before I got rolling on the good-for-you food train, if you had told me I’d regularly drink turmeric and like it, I’d have sworn you off as a quackish spice-hugger. No way that can taste good or have enough health benefit to be worth choking down with any regularity, right? To my mind, turmeric was just another super/titanic/power-packed [insert other superlative for incredible health punch] food on someone’s clever list that perhaps I should be eating, if I loved my taste buds less.… The post Golden Latte: The Simple Winter Drink with a Health Punch appeared first on W ..read more
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Solve the Procrastination Problem: Off-Season WLC Skill Practice
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by Becca Borawski Jenkins
6M ago
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Off-Season WLC Skill Practices are mini-challenges intended to help you fine-tune different aspects of your health and wellness. Offered between Challenges, these weekly practices address fitness, nutrition, stress reduction, productivity, and personal connection — because health is about far more than food and the gym (and we could all use a little practice) End Procrastination with Small Steps Each Day This Week Simple Instructions: Do one thing each day this week that you’ve been “meaning to do” for a long time. … The post Solve the Procrastination Problem: Off ..read more
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Play Time: Are You Missing Out on a Powerful Health Habit?
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by Darryl Edwards
6M ago
Reading Time: 6 minutes Until recently, it was relatively easy to dismiss the positive benefits of play for adults. Play, after all, was something that we “outgrew” as we got older, right? But researchers from a number of different scientific disciplines — from neuroscience to psychology — now say that play can be just as important for adults as it is for children.… The post Play Time: Are You Missing Out on a Powerful Health Habit? appeared first on Whole Life Challenge ..read more
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A Walk Alone: Off-Season WLC Skill Practice
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by Jon Gilson
6M ago
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Off-Season WLC Skill Practices are mini-challenges intended to help you fine-tune different aspects of your health and wellness. Offered between Challenges, these weekly practices address fitness, nutrition, stress reduction, productivity, and personal connection — because health is about far more than food and the gym (and we could all use a little practice) Take a 10-Minute Walk Alone Each Day This Week Simple Instructions: For the next seven days, take a 10-minute walk each day (with no particular destination in mind). … The post A Walk Alone: Off-Season WLC Sk ..read more
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