A story about Micheal Phelps and his success routines.
How to translate outcomes into habits.
How to adopt responsibility for your life.
How to use the Outcome Investigator Technique.
👽 Habit of the Week
“The Peter Diamandis”
Peter Diamandis, the founder of XPRIZE of Singularity University often asks his students what their MTP is.
MTP stands for massively transformative purpose, it’s basically the answer to the question, ‘why the fuck am I alive’?.
Once his students reveal their current life goals Peter challenges them to make them 10x bigger. I really liked that kind of thinking, in fact, I liked it so much so that I created a weekly trigger in my habit journal where I ask myself, ‘Am I hunting antelope or mice’? – meaning, are my current dreams big enough, or am I still inside my comfort zone.
Waiting for Godot is one of Samuel Beckett’s most famous plays. It shows how Vladimir and Estragon wait for a mysterious character called Godot. Nothing happens aside from the dialogue between the two protagonists, yet the implications of this very successful play are numerous.
In this worksheet, you will find a Socratic dialog that will help you to identify and evaluate disempowering thoughts.
That’s it, folks!
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