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The Blueprint of Instant Habitual Change

Skills require time to attain. There's no magic pill to become stronger; we have to go to the gym consistently. If you want to learn Russian, you need to study, practice, and probably spend some time in Russia. If you want to become a better writer you can learn some good practices, but you ultimately have to produce a lot of writing before you'll be any good.

But what about habits like diet change, sleeping habits, and introversion? While we may not all be able to speak Russian, we all have the innate ability to wake up early in the morning. Our mouths will all accept healthy food. We all have the physical ability to walk up to a stranger and begin talking.

Why do these switches often take so long to flip? Why is it a gradual struggle, rather than an instant change?

Sleeping On Time: Very Underrated


Getting to bed at a solid hour has to be one of the most underrated personal habits and personal disciplines.

Waking early has huge productivity and creativity benefits. If you can jam on your top creative work for a few hours before anyone is out of bed and hit major milestones before breakfast, your whole day's path is pre-paved golden.

This points to a mundane-but-crucial detail: you need to get to bed early enough.

This is harder than it sounds to do.

There are enjoyable social events in the evening.

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