I’ve recently been thinking about how valuable habits are. In one sense our lives is the acquisition of more and better habits – so that we are freed to devote our awareness to newer domains. I’m thinking about developing some courses designed to make habitual valuable areas of our lives – the first two being checking in with ourselves to develop authenticity and listening to others.
Which brings me to this post on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog. It is about habits that are authentically part of us – and how we can develop these kinds of habits. It is also about whether authenticity can become a habit – I don’t think so, but I can think we can make a habit of taking time to check in with ourselves and so open a space for our authenticity. I hope you like the post, it’s called Habitually Authentic.
Would you like to feel less stressed?
Could you do with more joy in your life?
The answer is living authentically. Buy the book or sign up for the course now from my Living Authentically website.