WILLING TO FAIL

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Every failure is a lesson if you are not willing to fail, you are not ready to Succeed.

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Fail Early, Fail Often, Fail Forward | Will Smith

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  1. Time to check your goals for the week! If you are feeling stuck & not accomplishing your goals, text me with, “I need a hand”: 732-444-8326
  2. Is there one small habit you have recently formed that has improved your life at least 1%? If not, what one small habit do you need to start? Please share in the comments.

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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls
Scarlett Glasser-Nehls
3 years ago

I habit stacked meditating as soon as I wake up, so it is the first thing in my morning routine. This has improved my life because it allows me to have a moment of calm to myself before starting my day. It also helps ground me and helps me stay focussed throughout the day.

Sidd Narayanabhatla
Sidd Narayanabhatla
3 years ago

I think I need to start this as well

Anisha Tahbildar
Anisha Tahbildar
3 years ago

I think I will try to habit stack meditation into my morning routine too.

Eileen Marcial
Eileen Marcial
3 years ago

Great morning everyone!!!
Failing forward to success is considerably more preferable over quitting before getting it right!
My dietary goals started small- 32 ounces of water before any other food or liquid intake. Tomorrow the transformation begins-my return to an anti inflammatory eating regimen to heal my leaky gut and EBS issues.
I know what I have to do and I will have all of the supplies I need tomorrow and I am looking forward to it!
Thanks for the constant encouragement and inspiration!!!!

Anisha Tahbildar
Anisha Tahbildar
3 years ago

I small habit I need to start is to not use my phone right when I wake up. I am so used to checking my messages and social media when I wake up and it is starting to take a lot of my time without me noticing. I will try to keep my phone o the other side of my room so I am able to start my morning routine without delay.

Ally Williams
Ally Williams
3 years ago

I’ve been working on doing this as well, and the days I succeed (despite being tempted) with not checking my phone the second I wake up have provided noticeable results. I recommend leaving it downstairs before you go to bed, or across the room so its not the first thing you see when you wake up (this makes it a lot easier to not check it. “Out of sight out of mind” Applies here). Good luck!!

Sidd Narayanabhatla
Sidd Narayanabhatla
3 years ago

I need to start building the habit of doin yoga in the morning. I think habit stacking will help Me do it. Yoga is helpful as it helps me think about myself (self awareness) and it also improves breathing me stretches your body.

Sirisha Ghatty
Sirisha Ghatty
3 years ago

Yes definitely improved 1%. Doing Cardio 5days a week before I shower. Goal is to do cardio 5 days a week and Habit stacking helped achieve this.
I have to get into the habit of sleeping early and waking up early.

Abhijay
Abhijay
3 years ago

I first do some type of productive thing for an 1hr. It helps me think and focus on my goal in 6 hours

Adriana Santiago
Adriana Santiago
3 years ago

I habit staked meditation when i’m bridging my teeth before bed so i can calm myself and ground myself so i can sleep better. it’s been working where i feel i’ve gotten a better nights sleep.

Gralen Vereen
Gralen Vereen
3 years ago

I need to create the habit of lifting once a day.

Christina Midgette
Christina Midgette
3 years ago

One small habit that has improved my life is reading atleast one article every day. I want to expand my knowledge and I found that doing this is helpful for me.

Anvi Agarwal
Anvi Agarwal
3 years ago

One small habit I’ve started is thinking about/ writing down at least one thing I’m thankful for before going to bed- it’s made me feel more present and allows me to reflect!

Scarlett Glasser-Nehls
Scarlett Glasser-Nehls
3 years ago
Reply to  Anvi Agarwal

I love this Anvi!

Danielle Wilfong
Danielle Wilfong
3 years ago

A habit I have started in the morning is stretching it has help me feel a lot better in the morning after I stretch

April James
April James
3 years ago

Wow this makes me want to keep better track of my failures. Some of my failures are big enough that I will NEVER forget but the small ones that I had on the way to my best successes can get lost. But it would be good to look back and remind myself of the disappointment. This way when new goals feel unattainable I know it not true it’s just life stretching the muscles in my mind.

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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls(@scarlett-glasser-nehls)
3 years ago
Reply to  April James

Hi April! This comment is so meaningful to me. I love your insight on keeping track of my failures and looking back on how far I have grown. I think it would help keep things in perspective to be able to read about all the obstacles I overcame. It would be a great motivator for me when I face a new challenge because sometimes it feels like that challenge is so unfamiliar and daunting. But by having a small notebook with my past failures I would be to see how far I’ve grown and that the challenge facing me isn’t nearly as daunting as it seems. Also, I would be able to express gratitude for all my past failures for molding me into the person I am today.

Janel Powell
Janel Powell
3 years ago

I say this all the time to my students.. Love this!

Claryce Cook
Claryce Cook
3 years ago

Love this concept of failing often. I remember a very important conversation I had with a family member about failure. It changed my whole perspective.

One habit I’m working on is watching less tv and listening to more podcasts/reading more books. Less mindless entertainment and more growth in knowledge, imagination, and being present.

Dante S. Rsheed
3 years ago

I have been taking time out my day to consistently read more. It has helped me view things that happen daily differntly and slow down and analyze situations efficiently. Helps me focus on being solution orientated. I feel a difference when i happen to skip a day so i know its a minor and effective change for me.

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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls(@scarlett-glasser-nehls)
3 years ago

Hi Dante! This is meaningful to me because I too have also been taking time to read more. I agree that I feel a difference when I miss a day of not reading.