Tag Archive: habits

Practice Your Craft

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit. – Aristotle Bah. I suck. I’ve been hesitant to write lately and seem to have a mental block. Trying to come up with content to write about for Rentything has been a challenge. There’s a reason for this. I haven’t…

Consistently Consistent

The single biggest bang for your buck in terms of results is consistency. It is boring and unsexy compared to magic bullets and one shots of awesomeness, but consistency works, plain and simple. I don’t think you’d find a successful person in the world who encourages people to be wildly inconsistent, except perhaps to spark…

Making Things Intolerably Inconvenient

Humans are lazy creatures by nature. Its just the way it is. Laziness isn’t a bad thing, in fact I think it has many benefits including getting adequate rest, keeping things as simple as possible, doing only what’s important, etc. If we can just accept the fact that we are lazy by nature we can…

Lifestyle experiments: A great way to challenge yourself

What are lifestyle experiments? They are like 30 day challenges you give to yourself to help give you some insight on something or to help form a new habit. They take you out of your comfort zone and usually help break some bad habits. Lifestyle experiments should be fun and challenging and should be in…

finding time by organizing your priorities

Somebody recently asked me when I actually sleep. With all the things going on in my life at the moment I still had time to hang out and have brunch with her and told her all of the movies I’ve been watching. Its actually pretty simple, its all about setting up your priorities. High on…

We are the sum of our habits.

Somebody somewhere said, “I think, therefore I am”. I think it was Descartes, but I don’t remember and I’m too lazy to Google. I believe that’s only partially true. The truth is we are a sum of our habits. Our habits, are acquired behaviours through frequent repetition. For most people, they aren’t aware of their…