How to create good habits and break bad ones.
This episode is part of the Habits series. In this excerpt from my interview with Scott Mitchell (episode 29), Scott and I discuss what atomic habits are, how to use them to create good habits and break bad ones, how I started implementing them in my daily routine more than a year ago, the difference between flow and deliberate practice, and why you should schedule your leisure time.
- Habit tracker sheets template
- Deliberate practice
- How To Start New Habits That Actually Stick by James Clear
- Nono's sketches
- Interview with Scott Young
- Intro. [0:00]
- Atomic habits. [0:43]
- How to create good habits (and break bad ones). [2:59]
- Don't break the chain. [3:57]
- Meditation. [5:41]
- Writing. [6:08]
- Sketching. [6:32]
- Why? [6:53]
- Discipline, flow, and deliberate practice. [8:15]
- Scheduling your leisure time. [9:47]
- Things are not obvious. [11:15]
- Outro. [11:57]
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