Networking Habit: How to Develop Online Relationships Even If You’re an Introvert [30DHC]


You can’t run an online business in isolation.  Instead, you should develop relationships with bloggers and marketers in your niche. Whereas most entrepreneurs might view others as their “competition,” I prefer a win-win approach where we can help one another. So how do you form online business relationships? Through networking. Even though I’ve built a … Read more

10,000 Steps Blueprint (Grab Your Free eBook Today)

On DGH, you’ve seen me talk about the importance of developing that daily walking habit. Averaging 10,000 steps a day is one of the best ways to drop a few pounds, maintain this weight loss and get on the pathway to lifelong fitness. The problem? Not many people know how to form the walking habit … Read more

How Curse Words Can Strengthen Your Willpower [30DHC]

curse word habit

Recently, I’ve done a lot of reading on the principles of habit development. One book that stands out is Willpower by Roy F. Baumeister and John Tierney. What I like about this book is the exhaustive look into our willpower and how it affects your ability to stick to new habits. Specifically, the authors prove that … Read more

What the Hell Effect: The Slippery Slope to NEVER Eliminating a Bad Habit

Candy Bar -What the hell

We’ve all been there… You are trying, with all your willpower, not to eat bad food; but that slice of pizza is simply calling to you. “Eat me, eat me,” the pizza is practically screaming. So your willpower snaps and you eat the slice. Then what usually happens? After that, do you chalk it up … Read more

The Importance of Tracking Your Habit Triggers [30DHC]

Why do we follow bad habits–even when we want to quit? That’s a question many people wonder. While we all would like to change our lives, it’s not as easy as it sounds.  We start out with the best intentions to eliminate a habit.  But somewhere along the way, we hit a roadblock and end … Read more

Skill Development: Can You Learn Something New in a Month?

Can you really learn something new in only a month? If you want to stay ahead in life it’s important to develop additional skills and habits. But in this faced paced world is there time to learn new things? Not easily. This is why it is important to take a proactive approach to skill acquisition.  … Read more

Dealing with Stress: 19 PROVEN Ways to Relieve Your Stress

If you are dedicated to building a stress reducing habit, it can be done.

Dealing with stress is part of our modern, hectic, fast-paced lifestyle. Stress then leads directly to low self-esteem, headaches, irritability, fatigue and even a huge assortment of potential health issues. Rather than helping us conquer our problems, severe stress can reduce our competence and make us less able to cope with the problems we need to face. … Read more

Is Quitting Cold Turkey the Right Choice?

Going Cold Turkey

Is “quitting cold turkey” the best choice for a bad habit? If you have an addiction, you may wonder about the effectiveness of this sudden change to your routine. Is it better to wean yourself off your addiction with support, or immediately stop? If you want to build more good habits and are curious about … Read more

5 Effective Study Habits that Triple Your Learning Speed [HCP]

Effective Study Habits-Triple Learning Speed

Whether you are in school, or simply trying to learn something new it is important to make the most of your time. There is no need to study a topic for 3 hours, when you can learn just as much with 50 minutes of effective study. In this edition of the Habit Change Profile (HCP) … Read more