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The problem with goals is that most of them are too big, and they take a long time, and that requires work.
If your goal is to lose weight, you need to change your eating (input) and exercise (output) habits. Figure out what your little daily chunk of work is, and every day, no matter what, make sure it gets done. This is how Hewlett Packard described it: “Profit is a cornerstone of what we do… but it has never been the point in and of itself.
Obliquity is relevant whenever complex systems evolve in an uncertain environment, and whenever the effect of our actions depends on the ways in which others respond to them.
One more thing: everything is connected in some way, so read about anything and everything. The main point is that things that are worth doing take effort over an extended period of time. WebsiteTim KastelleStudent and teacher of innovation - University of Queensland Business School - links to academic papers, twitter, and so on can be found here. When I was in my 20’s and stopped wrestling competitively, I knew it was going to be a challenge to stay in shape.
I found over the years that I went through times of being in better and worse shape, but I never lost the habit of working out, so I never really fell of the wagon. This is a great post and really illustrates the importance of habits and systems in one’s life. We'll never share your personal details with anyone - this will only be used for updates from this blog. Tim's book Handbook on the Knowledge Economy, Volume 2, co-edited with David Rooney and Greg Hearn, is out now everywhere in the world.


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In this blog, I'll walk you through the planning process step by step and give you a super snazzy printable planner. When you're the conscious captain in your kitchen, you'll feel better mentally and physically. Do you want to write a line about the day as it occurs to you or would you like to have a little direction each day? I’m only seeing months Jan-March… are we supposed to check back for more months to come? I was in Barnes and Noble today and saw a ready-made 5-year one-line-a-day diary (a nice small size) by Gretchen Rubin, the author of The Happiness Project. I will cut out each questions…and probably put 2 on one page with 5-7 lines between them. I am already caught up with this months prompts… some I had to pass on and will pop back in a month or so with a picture to show you how its going.
I do Oh Life, too, and it is really fun when they send you your old entries to see what you wrote in the past.
I’m starting by small alterations on my journal right on and then answering all the question to get up to date! I was given a beautiful notebook by my LSAs for Christmas and didn’t know what to do with it as it is too lovely for everyday use.
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The great corporations of the modern world were not built by people whose overriding interest was wealth, profit, or shareholder value. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. The more of these divergent ideas I can converge into processes and action, the faster it’s going to happen.
I started doing triathlons (a sport that I think is big in your part of the world) two years ago after a year of fitness bootcamps. I just started this year Project Life, and a perpetual calendar that you do on index cards.
I got a real nice journal when I turned 30 and had wanted to start journaling…8 months later, nada! When I write emails to my girlfriend and family every few days, I just copy and paste the stories I told them into the Oh Life reply and send it in. You find it in the cracks between the big stuff—your commute, your lunch break, the few hours after your kids go to bed. So the most profitable companies are not the most profit-oriented, and the happiest people are not those who make happiness their main aim. To paraphrase Mill: their focus was on business followed not as a means, but as itself an ideal end. Ironically, I just stumbled across a brief article suggesting similar on Entrepreneur yesterday which prompted me to quickly share some thoughts on the GBXM blog. My new habit is going to bed early in order to wake up early–almost the only time in the day for my workouts. Results followed – and I learned that the key to achieving something ambitious is to think less of the distant goal and more about putting one front in front of another, one step at a time. Pull those dusty cookbooks off the shelf a couple times a week and pick out a variety of recipes that you think you and your family will enjoy (I usually choose three to four at a time so that my grocery shopping trip covers four to five days).


Mostly, I eat simple meals for breakfast (a green juice or smoothie, avo toast, oatmeal with berries, etc.) and leftovers for lunch.
I’ve wanted to journal for some time now and this might just be the motivation to go for it! It’s amazing to see the old entries, what we were doing and what I was thinking at the time. I printed out the questions and glued the questions to the back of each card so my answers will be underneath. I have been trying to get into journaling for ever and always seem to stop and start and then buy new ones and start all over again. You might have to miss an episode of your favorite TV show, you might have to miss an hour of sleep, but you can find the time to work if you look for it. Still entering the divergent state right now, but seeing you take things convergent with this one gets me even more excited.
Not to mention, it just feels so darn good when you're feeding yourself and your family (if you're cooking for more than one) home-cooked whole foods and sending them off with super-fuel leftovers the next morning. A simple Google search for something like, "healthy vegan dinner recipes" will come up with more delicious options than you could ever imagine. I like this approach because it gives me 365 spots for doing a little art, helps me use scraps in my stash, and it provides plenty of room for writing. Thanks for the idea… now off to find one of my many journals, a set of stamps, and get going. When you begin planning your meals ahead of time, shopping with a handy list, and cooking with the future in mind, your whole life shifts (mine sure did!). Cook a couple meals on Saturday or Sunday and you'll have a couple weeknight dinners taken care of! The fun part is that you record your one daily line in the same spot for five years, so where you chose to write your January 1, 2012 line is the same place you write your January 1, 2016 line.
I have found that enjoyment of my workouts creates deeper satisfaction and a longer benefit than race results. Better time management and prepping skills will help you stay on track and turn your "what-the-hell-do-I-make-for-breakfast-lunch-and-dinner?" stress levels way down.
That's another awesome part of meal planning and cooking regularly: Your kitchen will soon be well stocked and your grocery bills will shrink. I also have monthly divider cards which will record the highlight of each month on the back. Consistency is key but I have also learned from triathlon that quality trumps quantity and some times you have to take a day off. The other four to five nights, I cook -- whether it's a quick 20-minute meal like my Penne a la Vodka or a more involved recipe from one of my beloved cookbooks.
Maybe you need to take that chili out of the freezer so that it's defrosted just in time for dinner. Because I liked the idea of using questions, I compiled a list of 365 questions for the year.
In the interest of not wearing myself out, I plan accordingly, probably cooking every other night -- rarely more than two nights in a row. Throw in a new recipe each week to keep you and your family excited about coming to the dinner table.



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