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HCP 024: How To Develop an Accountability Habit

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, we'll explore why accountability is so powerful and the simple ways you can get started using it to propel you forward and keep your momentum. Listen in, and you’ll learn why accountability is an important asset for entrepreneurs and habit-builders, who you should select as an accountability partner (and who you should avoid), what type of accountability structure is most successful, and how you can easily get started.

HCP 023: 3 Keys to an Intentional Media Diet

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, we'll reveal why junk media is as dangerous as junk food and how we can craft a healthy media diet that's just as convenient. Listen in, and you’ll learn and how your tastes and preferences are shaped by intentional propaganda, why we work so much and still somehow barely get by, why free mainstream media might be dangerous, where we can get positive resources instead, and how to setup our systems to make those choices just as convenient.

HCP 022: 6 Habits I Learned at the World Domination Summit

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, I'll share the six actionable habits I learned from Nancy Duarte, Darren Rowse, Andrew Warner, Chase Jarvis, Jia Jiang, and others. I just returned from the World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon. It's an amazing gathering of people from around the world that are focused on living remarkable lives of community, adventure, and service. My husband and I have attended all three years that the conference has existed, and we've already reserved our tickets for next year. But what I've learned from the last two WDS's is that inspiration fades if you don't integrate it into your daily life - at least it does for me. So to try to maximize the impact of the conference on my life, I decided to distill my notes into key habits that were actionable. On my long flight back yesterday, I organized 15 pages of notes and discovered that there were six key ideas. Today, I want to share them with you.

HCP 021: How My Daughter Learned Solid Financial Habits

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll hear how my teenage daughter developed strong financial habits and what it means to her now. Listen in, and you'll learn why it's important to teach good habits to your children, what systems you can use to make the process easier, how a simple, free tool makes a huge difference, and the surprising positive ripple effect that could be started.

HCP 020: Unveiling a New Success Template with John Dumas

In this bonus episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, we'll share a special interview with creator of the six-figure Entrepreneur on Fire Podcast, John Dumas. He'll share the habits he uses to keep up a daily podcast. Listen in, and you'll learn why a consistent focus on delivering value is most important, how a creative workflow can help you do more in less time, why discipline is so important, how to setup your systems to achieve and maintain momentum, and how to build genuine relationships.

HCP 019: Learning How To Learn

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll hear why much of what we believe about learning is likely wrong. Special guest Timothy Kenny will explain how this happened and reveal which learning habits are most effective.. Listen in, and you'll learn when our institutional learning habits were developed, why they don't serve us well today, what the timeless principles of learning are, how we can easily and simply apply them, and one key learning "hack" that can make a significant impact in one step.

HCP 018: 7 Habits of Leaders that Make a Difference

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, we'll explore the seven key habits of leaders that make a difference and how you can apply them to put your own dent in the universe. Listen in, and you'll learn why leadership is a never-ending journey, why it's so important to reinforce the mission, how to assemble your small army, why you'll want to think big and act small, why you can never stop learning, why you must be willing to be vulnerable, how to share tough love, and why your personal health is so important.

HCP 017: 8 Habits I'm Most Thankful for This Year

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, I'll share the 8 habits I'm most thankful for on this birthday. Listen in, and you'll learn how flossing taught me the importance of starting small, why I quit watching television, how juicing helped me break my energy drink addiction, why I work from home on Wednesdays, why my chiropractor and bootcamp membership are so important, why I gave myself a uniform, how I learned to practice honor, and how I finally figured out how to make progress on my own projects.

HCP 016: How to Develop the Habit of Getting Up Early

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, we'll explore how to become an early riser and which surprising habits are the most important. Listen in, and you'll learn why many successful people wake up early, how to decide if you should wake up earlier, how to remind yourself of your motivation before you hit snooze, how to plan backwards to ensure you wake up on time, and why consistency is so important to your morning routine.

HCP 015: 4 Essential Habits for Getting Things Done

In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll learn how to boil down bookstores full of productivity tips into four essential habits for getting things done. Listen in, and you'll learn why it's important to drain your brain every day, how to schedule your weekly review, how to setup your cockpit so you can operate proactively, and how to define and reinforce your daily march.