How to Get Back on Track After Slipping Up, My Review of This Awesome and Motivating Tim Ferriss Video
One thing that I love about watching Tim Ferriss, is that everything about him is super optimistic, and that even the parts of his life that have been extremely pessimistic, such as when he had a particularly bad depressive spell when he was in college, has made him stronger and has allowed him to even practically beat his depression, and to help others beat their depression. I actually see himself and Jordan Peterson as very much similar in this regard, as they are very good at spiraling themselves, and others, up the dominance hierarchy. So, in this blog post, I am writing it as a response to to recent Tim Ferriss Youtube video How to get back on track after slipping up, a video he talks about when you are learning a new habit, building a new business, have lost job momentum, etc. For more information, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
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How to Get Back on Track After Slipping Up, My Review
So, the first thing to keep in mind is that falling off the tracks and slipping up is somewhat to be expected. Once you have this in mind, you can think of this as just kind of a natural part of the process rather than a complete failure. On top of this, its important to have, per our friend Tim Ferriss, goals in mind that are winnable, so that you feel like you are winning the game and achieving your goals, as opposed to failing. For instance, and to use the example of Tim Ferriss in his video, if you think you can run on the treadmill for one hour a day, make it 5 minutes per day, you’ll very often go over this, but at least hit this. The same is true for writing, for instance, my goal with this website is to hit 1 crappy blog post per day, I very often hit more than that, but just so that the game is setup so its winnable, one blog post per day is my new goal.
Final Thoughts on How to Get Back on Track After Slipping up
And so, that’s the gist of how to get back on track after slipping up, start slow, expect some slip ups, and just keep on pushing! For more information, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information. Until next time, you heard it first right here at Inflation Hedging.com.
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