What 3 habits can transform my life completely?


获得546.1k好评的回答@Erick Diaz:

1.Blind showers.


I discovered this a couple months ago when I thought: Why do I need to see what I’m doing? I know the dimensions of my body, the space of the tub and what I need to get accomplished. Closing my eyes is one less form of stimuli my mind has to process. So showering becomes a type of meditation rather than a tedious chore to get through.


2.Air tight work windows.


No matter what, from 2:00–3:00 p.m. I will work on _____. I don’t care if my girlfriend texts saying she’s pregnant, a squirrel flies through the window or a robber busts down the door. I will NOT leave the desk until 3:01. Having this level of discipline will show how productive you can be in a short amount of time with proper focus and attentiveness.


3.Shrink your world down to a more manageable size.


I get it. In the age of information it’s never been easier to get swamped by the tidal wave of (seemingly) important content. Limit yourself to what you pay attention to. For me it’s filmmaking and basketball. If you paid attention to world politics, entertainment, music, sports, fashion, cars, technology and business on a daily basis, you’d never get anything done.


获得279.1k好评的回答@Fernando Tudela:

1.Exercise and drink plenty of water


I understand this might sound basic, but realize just how important this is. Your body needs to exercise and water to thrive. You'll wake up with more energy and you'll feel much better about yourself. Plus having a great body is just a plus.


2. Have a positive mindset


Wake up every morning thinking it's going to be the best day of your life. Smile plenty, be kind to people and always be an optimist. Turn any negative situation into a positive one and you'll succeed in anything you do.


3. Read


Reading teaches you how to become an interesting person. You'll retain all the qualities of the main character. Your vocabulary will expand and you will be eloquent. Reading stimulates your brain, improves concentration and memory, reduces stress, improves critical thinking among other things.