Simplify your room, your home, your kitchen to reach your goals faster. Declutter everything that doesn't help you play more music, eat healthier, or get closer whatever your own personal goals may be. I was recently reminded of how important your environment is because of something Jonah Berger, in his book Contagious, called "triggers."
"Triggers are like little environmental reminders for related concepts and ideas. Why does it matter if particular thoughts and ideas are top of mind? Because accessible thoughts and ideas lead to action." --Jonah Berger, Contagious p. 70
If you want to take action in a certain area of your life, look at that area of your life. As in, look the physical space, the area, the room in which you would complete the desired action. What triggers are in place currently? What triggers would better support your desired action? For example, if you want to practice a musical instrument more often, consider what triggers in your environment lead to that action. Maybe your violin case is open and unlocked and read for you to play.
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