When you know better


One of the main reasons I spend time investing in and working on myself is because it helps me get better at getting better. I’ve been learning more about NLP recently (thanks Peter) and what I’m noticing is that it’s been providing me with clarity into what was previously just a cloudy mass of Resistance.

For example, I recently realized that I have a routine that I go into when I’m avoiding the routine that I set out for myself (which is designed to help foster winning habits). This isn’t ground-breaking information (and the NLP world is full of a lot of things that make me uncomfortable…), but making small improvements on a regular basis adds up.