Tynan’s Superhuman by Habit: A Guide to Becoming the Best Possible Version of Yourself, One Tiny Habit at a Time was an enjoyable read. It started slow but ultimately offered a number of great tips by the end.
- Each new habit strains our willpower, which means that there is a limited number of new habits that we can have at any given time.
- Be scared to not execute a habit.
- Missing two days of a habit is habit suicide.
- Remember that the power of a habit isn’t actually in the individual execution, but in the consistency.
- Two types of people: adders and subtractors.
- You’ll get the greatest compliance by maximizing frequency and minimizing intensity.
- 3 main habit killers: drugs, seeking of stimulation, and negative friends
- Track your adherence to process, not your results.
- Create healthy triggers
- Purchase and read Willpower Instinct
- Seek out more Masterpieces
- Embrace the idea of Twice, then Quit
- Try rating your days
The glorious benefit of a habit is that it converts something that requires a lot of willpower and focus into something that becomes automatic and often outside of our conscious thought.
Replacing just a few key negative habits with a few positive habits can easily be the difference between being mostly unhappy and being happy almost all of the time.