Today I rolled out of bed begrudgingly and with much prompting. It’s so easy to fill yourself with knowledge and know the things you should do, but to do them takes something else, “willpower”, ugh. Honestly though I’ve never really thought of willpower as a habit. After reading The Power of Habit, last week’s book
Yesterday my wife and I travelled to Kansas City from the Tulsa area. It was a fun four hour drive, but geez Kansas City is cold this time of year. There’s a big difference between thirties and teens with snow on the ground. I am definitely not a northern frozen chosen. There are too many
Okay, so day two. I woke up at 6:30 in the morning! Now I do get up at 5:45 in the morning for work during the week, but waking up early on days off is unheard of for me…. So to do it two days in a row is like, a miracle. But to recap
I started reading the Power of Habit for one main reason. I wanted to learn why I have some bad habits and how to change them. One is I have trouble getting going in the morning. This is something I have struggled with since I can remember. My brother Billy was always a morning person.
Each week I pick a Book of the Week with the intention of helping you find and develop your “superpowers”. Throughout the week I will discuss the book and look forward to your input in the discussions. This blog is or superheroes and superheroes in training.