https://www.developgoodhabits.com - Get this: Most people believe that all types of stress are bad. Sure, too much stress can have a negative long-term effect on your health and overall wellbeing. But sometimes stress can be a good thing. In fact, when you regularly introduce positive types of stress in your life, then you will grow as a person. That’s why it’s […]The post Eustress vs. Distress (How to Benefit from the Different Kinds of Stress) appeared first on Develop Good Habits.
https://www.developgoodhabits.com - Neale Donald Walsch once said:“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”Simply put: Only when you stop letting fears and anxiety hold you back, will you start to make those major breakthroughs in life. Unfortunately, many people have problems with getting out of their comfort zones. They want to do more in life, but they’re afraid […]The post 7 Steps for Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone appeared first on Develop Good Habits.
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - The Final Frontier? In the previous two sections (part 1 and part 2), we considered the relative impact of my financial decision over the past decade on my net worth. Most of the advice was pretty standard and the results were only mildly surprising. Today I’m going to wrap up this series with a few […]
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - “I already know what I need to do. I just need to buckle down and do it.” – Me last year “I already know what I need to do. I just need to buckle down and do it.” – Me today “I already know what I need to do. I just need to buckle down […]
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - The Secret Sauce Behind this Site Complice is my accomplice in productivity and effectiveness. Over the past 6 months, I’ve been working on “It Can Be Easily Done” using a really helpful online todo list/journal hybrid called Complice. Well, the secret is out… check out my guest review of Complice on LifeDev to learn more about […]
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - Introduction: When You Don’t Know What You “Should” Be Doing In my previous post “How to Achieve Your Goals: Four Steps to a Personal Epiphany” I discussed in detail how to research, break down, and create an action plan to do any of those things that you know you “should” be doing but that you […]
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - Intro: The Pareto Principle Applied Today I’m going to switch up my approach and instead of writing another guide, create a multi-part personal case study. Over the past decade and a half I’ve been fascinated by personal finance and investing and have read dozens (probably hundreds) of books, papers, and articles on the topic. I’ve […]
https://www.developgoodhabits.com - Twas’ the night before exams and all through the dorms... ill-prepared students were filing add/drop forms. On the other side of town, an ad executive grows weary… as his career defining pitch is still merely a query. People like these have turned overthinking into an artform. They are victims of analysis paralysis and, as such, their own […]The post How to Beat Analysis Paralysis: 7 Habits to Help You Stop Overthinking Things appeared first on Develop Good Habits.
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - An Overview of Applying Agile Methods to Your Work A guest post on Flipping Heck I’ve spent about a decade leading so-called “agile” teams to build software under conditions of extreme uncertainty. Over that time, I’ve learned that agile techniques aren’t just for tech teams. They can make anyone more effective at work, whether or […]
https://www.developgoodhabits.com - I think I am an efficient person.I write two blogs, with most posts coming in around 1,500-200 words, I come out with 20,000-word book about every month.I manage all other sorts of my business-related aspects. I walk or run most days of the week. I read I research, and I discover new things. I spent time […]The post Create an Effective Time Management Habit with the Pomodoro Technique appeared first on Develop Good Habits.
https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - Welcome Back Welcome to part 2 of my 3 part series examining the ROI of the various major investment decisions that I made over the past decade while building my nest egg. For those of you just joining us, we’re backtesting 5 decisions I made on an investor who starts saving 10% of their $10k […]
https://www.developgoodhabits.com - I love good financial quotes. Good financial quotes can inspire you to treat your money the right way instead of indulging in wasteful spending. They teach you sound finance principles like the ones below.Sound Finance Principles:Budget.Live within your means.Avoid impulse buying.Buy value.Don’t borrow unless you can afford it.Pay bills ahead of time.Encourage reading about finance.Purchase without credit […]The post Best Financial Quotes: 15 Awesome Finance Quote Pictures from Pinterest appeared first on Develop Good Habits.
https://www.developgoodhabits.com - Did you give in to that leftover piece of cake that was left at the office? Or did you say "no" to the last favor that was asked of you because you had "something else" going on?As humans, we are fantastic at picking from a wide range of excuses to limit our capabilities. This is in […]The post 13 Steps to Stop Making Excuses and Get Results in Your Life appeared first on Develop Good Habits.
https://www.developgoodhabits.com - Do you ever feel distressed after being around other people? This might be because the people you are with have negative attitudes. Human happiness largely depends on the quality of relationships because we are chiefly social creatures.In fact, there is evidence of our social nature everywhere. Why do you think falling in love is one of […]The post How to Deal With Negative People (Seven Steps to Handle the Miserable People in Your Life) appeared first on Develop Good Habits.