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Mini Habits by Stephen Guise

It explains how you can get the most out of the fact that 45% of your behavior happens on autopilot by setting ridiculously small goals, relying on willpower instead of motivation and tracking your progress to live a life that’s full of good mini habits. Every giant accomplishment is made of very small steps… and to take them one at a time like this is not weak, but precise. 

In Defence of Food An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan cover

In Defence of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto by Michael Pollan

Nutritionism is not the same as nutrition. It is not a scientific subject but an ideology. Ideologies are ways of organizing large areas of life and experience under a set of shared but unexamined assumptions. For nutritionism, the widely shared but unexamined assumption is that the key to understanding food is the nutrient; foods are essentially the sum of their nutrient parts.

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The Motivation Myth by Jeff Haden

Many of us feel that we need to be motivated to start working towards our goals. That’s probably because we see motivation as a precondition to success, which isn’t the case. Motivation is something you get from yourself automatically after achieving your goals, no matter how small they are. 

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Conscious Living by Gay Hendricks

“At its simplest, conscious living is the art of feeling your feelings, speaking authentically, knowing your life purpose, and carrying out effective actions that contribute to your well-being and the well-being of others. The moment we commit ourselves to living consciously, we embark on a journey of wonder through the real world, on a sacred path of infinite practicality. I believe that committing to the journey makes us fully human. I believe also that wholehearted participation in the journey is our very best way of returning thanks for the gift of life”. –Gay Hendricks

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