In this episode of the Habit Chef Podcast, I’ll replay the foundational episode that explains how to ensure you achieve your goals. By implementing your own Daily March, you can prevent both slacking off and burning out.
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More specifically, you’ll learn:
- Where the concept of a 20-Mile March came from
- Why you should apply it daily
- How to prevent slacking off when things aren’t perfect
- How to avoid pushing yourself to burnout
- How to determine what to include in your daily march
- How to use tiny habits to make those choices automatic
Links from this Episode:
- Great by Choice by Jim Collins
- Episode 1: The Power of a Proactive Schedule
- Episode 3: Building Your Habit Snowball
- Lift App (now available in iTunes, Android, and web app)
- Printable Habit Tracking Form
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I love your podcasts. However, there is often a large difference in the sound level between you and the person you are interviewing. In order to hear the person you are interviewing, I have to turn the volume way up – and then when you speak, you blow me away! I don’t know if anyone has ever told you this before or if there is anything that you can do about it, but FYI.
Rand – Thanks very much for the feedback. I’m still learning the art of podcasting and hope to continually get better, especially with details like this. Thanks so much for listening!