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If you miss one day you can miss two. If you miss two it’s over

on March 22, 2014 in Blog

Disaster! My computer won’t start. Can I ask you a favor? Since my password to log into my web page is on the computer and I can’t access my backup hard drive while my apartment renovations finish, as my web guy, you’re my best hope to post something today. I have to meet a client for a full-day coaching session so I can’t work on my computer until tomorrow. Would[…] Keep reading →

177: The best advice on making habits last

on May 4, 2019 in Blog

The challenge for habits isn’t starting them. It’s not stopping them. I’ve started many. Actually, I’ve probably started fewer than most. I’ve stopped fewer. Mistakes: focusing on starting, wondering the value of it to you, they’re mostly valuable, the problem isn’t that they aren’t valuable, it’s that they are and that there are too many, asking how to start. To start is simple. Floss your teeth. The problem is that[…] Keep reading →

177: The best advice on making habits last

on May 4, 2019 in Podcast

The challenge for habits isn’t starting them. It’s not stopping them. I’ve started many. Actually, I’ve probably started fewer than most. I’ve stopped fewer. Mistakes: focusing on starting, wondering the value of it to you, they’re mostly valuable, the problem isn’t that they aren’t valuable, it’s that they are and that there are too many, asking how to start. To start is simple. Floss your teeth. The problem is that[…] Keep reading →

My morning routine featured on MyMorningRoutine.com

on December 21, 2017 in Fitness, Freedom, Habits, SIDCHAs

Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek is author of Leadership Step by Step and host of the Leadership and the Environment podcast. An adjunct professor at NYU and leadership coach and workshop leader for Columbia Business School, Joshua currently lives in New York City. What is your morning routine? To the untrained eye my morning routine (and all my other routines) seems to take away what it actually gives me: freedom. But[…] Keep reading →

001: Dan Pink, Conversation 1: When to act, full transcript

on November 30, 2017 in Podcast

Hi. This is Joshua Spodek and this is Leadership and the Environment. You’re not the only one who cares about your impact enough to act. You’re part of a global community undeterred by people saying, “If others don’t change first, then what I do doesn’t matter,” and other excuses. We’ve read the science. We can do this. This show is about personal responsibility, acting and improving your life by your[…] Keep reading →

My favorite posts

on September 5, 2017 in Blog

With thousands of posts, where do you begin? I recommend scanning the archives. Here are some favorites: Third TEDx talk (my favorite): People don’t want to do small things. They want to do meaningful things. (my first two are there too) Book page: Leadership Step by Step Book page: Initiative Webinar: Life Changing Habits Self-imposed daily challenging healthy activities (sidchas) Burpees Cold showers Avoiding food packaging I swam across the[…] Keep reading →

The busier I am, the more I stick to my sidchas

on January 14, 2017 in Freedom, Habits, SIDCHAs

Being busy means not having time. If you want more time, don’t do things you don’t have to. Makes sense, right? My book launch is making me busier than ever. I have four or five big in-person events coming up in February to plan and host, a seminar or two to plan and host, two classes at NYU to teach, one sales class in January to teach, … Forbes interviewed[…] Keep reading →

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