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We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you high achievers out there get to physical, mental, and spiritual mastery. We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets. It's time to achieve mastery...
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I det här avsnittet samtalar vi med retorikkonsulten Susanne Hedin. Hon driver retorikbyrån Susanne Hedin & Co och har i över 20 år jobbat med att utbilda, föreläsa och coacha ledare och medarbetare på företag och organisationer inom retorik, röst och kommunikation. Vi djupdyker i olika sätt att hantera nervositet på, hur man bygger upp sitt mod, blir en bättre lyssnare och hittar sina drivkrafter för att bli en bättre kommunikatör.Det är dags att bemästra kommunikation...Susannes bästa citat:"Var dig själv, fast bättre.""Du måste veta hur du reagerar i olika situationer.""För att det ska bli effektivt så måste det vara roligt, man får inte glömma bort det här med lusten, glädjen i kommunikationen.""Modet handlar om att se dem andra människorna, att lyssna på dem, även om det är jag som står där och pratar.""Motsatsen till kommunikation är information. Väldigt många sysslar just med information. Det är när det finns en aktiv sändare och mottagarna är passiva.""Du måste alltid börja med att vara närvarande och lyssna. Hör du då att det är tyst, då får du ta till en strategi.""Vi lyssnar gärna med syfte att kunna ge ett väldigt smart svar, istället för att lyssna till vad människan säger och hur dem säger det.""Du ska aldrig lyssna bara efter budskapsnivån eller innehållsnivån, du måste också lyssna på relationsnivån.""Jag gillar ordet possibilism, alltså vad är möjligt...""Vi använder våra resurser i en mycket begränsad skala, och det är det jag jobbar med..."Det måste finnas en ärlighet, en äkthet, du mäste vilja människor gott. Jag är inte intresserad av att lära ut någonting till människor som inte vill andra gott."Timestamps:[02:08] Var Dig Själv - Fast Bättre [04:34] Hur Man Hanterar Nervositet[10:45] Hur Man Blir Mer Modig[15:46] Lär Känna Dig Själv[18:31] Hur Man Blir En Bättre Lyssnare[26:19] Olika Perspektiv På Kommunikation[30:01] Hur Man Tar Mer Plats & Vågar Mer[34:12] Motivation & Drivkrafter[47:54] Susannes Drivkrafter & Mål[53:16] Avslutande OrdMer om Susanne:HemsidaYouTube-----Habithon startade med målet hjälpa dig bemästra din fysiska, mentala och spirituella hälsa.Vi diskuterar allt från morgonrutiner till produktivitets-hacks och bjuder in inspirerande gäster med erfarenhet av allt från självutveckling till entreprenörskap som bemästrat någon del av livet.Bemästra din fysiska, mentala och spirituella hälsa med vår kostnadsfria Mastery ToolboxKontakta oss på:hello@habithon.comLäs mer på vår HemsidaFölj oss på:LinkedInFacebookYouTubeDessa shownotes kan innehålla affiliatelänkar. Läs våra villkor för mer information.Om du vill stödja podcasten kan du donera till vårt PayPal-konto nedan:Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
In this episode, we discuss mastery and the new version of Habithon. What is mastery and how can you achieve it?We also introduce our brand new resource, the Mastery Toolbox, packed with habits, hacks, and tools to help you get to physical, mental, and spiritual mastery in your everyday life. --> Get Your Free Mastery ToolboxIt's time to achieve mastery.Timestamps:[01:55] Habithon Version 3[03:25] What is Mastery?[13:45] Physical Mastery[15:50] Mental Mastery[18:32] Spiritual Mastery[22:57] Ending Notes -----We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you high-achievers out there get to physical, mental, and spiritual mastery.We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets.Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Achieve physical, mental, and spiritual mastery with the Free Mastery Toolbox Reach out to us at:hello@habithon.comLearn more at our WebsiteFollow us at: LinkedInFacebookYoutubeThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information. If you would like to support the show, you can donate to our PayPal account below:Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We talk to André Augustsson - a full-fledged adventurer who has traveled the world on his bike.  André shares his fascinating story when he cycled from Sweden, down to the Middle East, through Asia, and all the way to Australia. His adventures included everything from hazardous climates and dangerous encounters, to breath-taking landscapes and astonishing meetings with people from different cultures. This episode will give you invaluable insights into how to overcome challenges, how to get into an adventurer's mindset, and how much we as humans are actually capable of. It's time to achieve mastery...Best quotes from André:"The freedom that I felt as soon as I started biking, it's a feeling you haven't felt before, and I haven't felt it since.""When talking about culture and hospitality in different countries, the place that really stands out is basically all the Muslim countries.""They flock around you in the small villages and fight about who is going to take you in for the night.""Every country has its own charm... in the Middle East, the people are really the focus of traveling there.""This sketchy guy on a motorbike and an AK47  on his back met me up...""They threw us in the back of  this armored vehicle...""We were obviously being  followed by the secret police...""The people living in the villages in the countryside... that is the soul and the heart of the country and what I felt  really connected to.""The beauty of traveling is not knowing where you are going to end up.""You sort of feel like you're in a book, a story, because of the fact that you don't know where you're going to sleep the next night.""When you're forced into adversity or places and moments that are uncomfortable you grow as a person, and eventually you stop getting uncomfortable...""There are no parades, fanfares, or family with party poppers, just another road...."Timestamps:[01:55] How the Adventure Began[07:41] From Älmhult to Poland[11:45] The Eastern Part of Europe[14:55] The Culture and Danger in the Middle East[33:10] Experiencing the Different Levels of China[42:59] Keeping the Motivation in South-East Asia [56:42] The Hazardous Deserts of Australia[01:09:42] The Final Stages of the Adventure [01:14:38] Traveling Tips and Last Insights-----We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you high-achievers out there get to physical, mental, and spiritual mastery.We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets.Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Reach out to us at:hello@habithon.comLearn more at our WebsiteFollow us at: LinkedInFacebookYoutubeThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information. If you would like to support the show, you can donate to our PayPal account below:Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
In this episode, we talk about distractions. We explore different types of distractions in-depth and discuss how they affect your life, how to deal with them, and when distractions are actually good for you.We also sidetrack a bit into the philosophical question of what is the truth. We discuss if there are different types of truths and how you can find yours. It's time to achieve mastery. Timestamps:[02:25] Our Take on Distractions[04:58] We Go Deeper[08:00] What is the Truth?[13:40] External and Internal Triggers of Distractions [19:50] Seek the Uncomfortable and Overcome Distractions[23:44] How To Distract Yourself in a Good Way[26:10] Handling Your Internal Triggers [31:58] Emotional Matureness [34:47] Wrap-Up & Main Takeaways-----We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you high-achievers out there get to physical, mental, and spiritual mastery.We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets.Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Reach out to us at:hello@habithon.comLearn more at our WebsiteFollow us at: LinkedInFacebookYoutubeThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information. If you would like to support the show, you can donate to our PayPal account below:Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We talk to Daniel Tovesson - the co-founder and CTO of Bej Technologies, a social network connecting parents for more fun and supportive parenting. Daniel is a real programming enthusiast and a full-on entrepreneur. This conversation dives into how a programmer thinks, how to overcome setbacks, the best circumstances for creative work, mindsets, and tools for staying productive and so much more.  It's time to achieve mastery. Best Quotes from Daniel Tovesson:"It's all about being humble to your own knowledge.""There is never a perfect solution for everything, which I love.""Such a big part of programming is just doing wrong all the time and  learning from your mistakes and figuring out the best practices basically by doing them wrong...""Being in this super creative environment which is programming, is just so satisfying.""The most important thing you learn (when being an entrepreneur) is that this is a group project, it's not something you can solve by yourself.""What drives me the most is what people get out of what I do.""If it sounds interesting, try it, don't be afraid... in the end, it's always worth it.""That's how you build your happiness basically, finding this path of what's right for you."Timestamps:[01:40] Daniel's Programming Journey & Favorite Part of Programming[05:21] Best Mindsets for a Programmer[08:50] How to Stay Creative when Solving Problems [13:43] How to Get Into Programming the Right Way[17:30] When Do You Finish a Project?[19:01] Daniel's Journey with Bej[20:29] How the Entrepreneurial Life Changes You[21:41] Destructive Working Contexts To Avoid[23:13] Daniel's Go-To Habits for Staying Productive[25:42] How the Community of Programming has Changed  [26:57] Daniel's Future Journey[28:10] Being a Consumer vs Being a Producer[30:40] How to Start Your Own Programming Journey[31:52] Daniel Answers Some Deep Questions[34:28] Daniel's Rewind on his Current Journey[36:43] Life Advice and the Key to HappinessFind out more about Daniel - LinkedIn and Bej at https://getbej.com/-----We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you high-achievers out there get to physical, mental, and spiritual mastery. We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets.Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Reach out to us at:hello@habithon.comLearn more at our WebsiteFollow us at: LinkedInFacebookYoutubeThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information. If you would like to support the show, you can donate to our PayPal account below:Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We celebrate 1 Year of Podcasting!In this Anniversary Episode, we share our experience of podcasting, what we have learned after one year, how and why you should get started with your own podcast, as well as what we plan to do in the future.​Check out Buzzsprout, which we use for hosting if you're interested in starting your own podcast!We also dive into our own weird and odd habits, like dream journaling, and toilet habits.It's going to get weird and I guess you don't want to miss that ;-)Thanks for the support and all the inspiration you have given us to continue our podcasting journey. You are the best!Timestamps:[02:20] 1-Year Wrap-up[09:29] How To Start Your Own Podcast[10:10] Odd Habits Intro[12:52] Odd Habit Nr. 1 (André)[16:28] Odd Habit Nr. 2 (Gustav)[20:18] Odd Habit Nr. 3 (André)[25:13] Odd Habit Nr. 4 (Gustav)[40:22] Odd Habit Nr. 5 (André)[45:45] Odd Habit Nr. 6 (Gustav)[49:41] EndNoteWe're the Habithon team on a mission to help you Stop Self-Sabotage and Get Self-Control with the help of Great Habits and Great Mindsets. We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets.Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Reach out at:hello@habithon.comLearn more at our Website:https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/habithonThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We talk with Niklas Carlson - an entrepreneur and community-builder. He is the founder of Crossfit company Northern Spirit and supports his local community by organizing night patrolling with Nattvandrarna.  In this conversation, Niklas shares his story about building mental strength, overcoming mental illness, managing stress, contributing to society, the importance of exercising, and much more. Best Quotes from Niklas Carlson:"It can always be better, but it can always be a lot worse as well...""I like doing things, I like execution.""The firsts steps are obviously to recognize that you're not feeling well, and not push it away, which is often the case. You don't take up the warning signals the body is telling you...""One of the keys now is that I know where my limits are and I understand my body a lot better...""There are 1 million people in Sweden taking anti-depressive drugs... that tells us something.""Putting away your phone is a really good anti-stress tool.""Just accept that we have shitty days... today is a day like that, and that's fine. I can not be 110% productive every day, every hour.""Life goes up and down for everybody. There is no perfect way of doing things.""Putting those thoughts into words, a lot of the times makes magic.""You don't have to deliver on 110% of your capacity to deliver.""Find the workout and the training you like and you think is fun, because that means that you will keep doing it."Timestamps:[01:25] What is Night Patrolling?[07:07] How to Get into the Mindset of Getting Things Done[08:32] Niklas recipe for Balance  [14:07] Tools for Managing Stress and the Power of Saying No[16:38] How to Relax in a Conscious Way [18:40] How to Silence the Inner Critic[21:02] How to Turn Your Weaknesses into Strengths[27:25] How to Execute with Balance[29:21] Niklas take on the Importance of Exercise[33:14] Niklas Challenge for You Resources & BooksFind out more about Niklas - LinkedInTry Gustav's free exercise coachingAtomic HabitsThe Power of Habits Seven Habits of Highly Successful People We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you Stop Self-Sabotage and Get Self-Control with the help of Great Habits and Great Mindsets. We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets.Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Reach out at:hello@habithon.comLearn more at our Website:https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/habithonThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We talk to Oskar Söderlund - an entrepreneur, digital marketing nerd, and motorcycle enthusiast with years of experience in e-commerce and online marketing. He's also the founder of Kaffekassan which helps funding school trips, sports teams, and organizations. In this exciting conversation, Oskar shares with us his take on entrepreneurship. We explore the psychology of marketing, the secrets behind productivity, and how to find the right mentors to guide you on your own entrepreneurial path. Best Quotes from Oskar Söderlund:"A lot of times, people have limiting beliefs about themselves and that really hinders those people to even try in the first place.""Business is about people, so you have to improve yourself and the people to improve the business.""The most important thing if you're going to do habit-changes is to make a decision and really mean it - take a decision for real.""I always find that the basics are the things that are the most productive." "Prioritization is the skill of skills.""Study the people that have actually done it and be proactive about it and not reactive.""Don't follow only the money because that's going to drive you insane."Timestamps:[01:22] Entrepreneurship in Oskar's perspective[07:20] How to Escape "the Prison" [10:33] How to Discover your Identity [14:05] Oskar's Sources of Inspiration and Digital Marketing[16:50] The Psychology of Marketing, Habit-Changes and Productivity Hacks [23:28] How to know when you're Done for the Day[25:05] Oskar's First Step towards becoming an Entrepreneur  [28:03] How to Find the Right Mentors[37:03] Generalist vs Specialist [40:22] Oskar's Truth[41:50] Oskar's Last Words[43:32] EndnoteOskar's Book Tips: 4-hour Work Week by Tim FerrisInfluence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini Find Mentor's Online:GrowthMentor.comFind out more about Oskar:oskarsoderlund.seWe're the Habithon team on a mission to help you Stop Self-Sabotage and Get Self-Control with the help of Great Habits and Great Mindsets. We discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite inspiring guests with experience in everything from self-development and self-growth to entrepreneurship and business mindsets. Join us and let's grow together into the person you aspire to become!Reach out at: hello@habithon.comLearn more at our Website: https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/habithonThese show notes may contain affiliate links. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE QUOTE:https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/4dFmiMTgThe Quote Games are back with a new episode - part 5!It's now 2-2 between André & Gustav in the world series of Quote Games. How will take the lead?You decide!It will all be settled in this 30th episode of the Habithon Podcast - Quotes Game Part 5.As usual, you decide who will be the winner by voting on the link above. May the games begin!Timestamps:[03:15] Winner of Quote Games Part 4[04:30] Quote 1[14:10] Quote 2[26:30] Quote 3[37:40] Quote 4[42:00] Quote 5[51:05] Quote 6[63:50] End NotesWe're the Habithon team on a mission to help you stop self-sabotage and get self-control. In the Habithon Podcast, we discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite guests with experience in personal development and alike.  Join us and let's grow together!Contact: hello@habithon.comLearn more at our Website: https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/habithonSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
In Mental Habits (Part 2) we continue our discussion about the habits that create a strong mind.What mindsets do mentally strong people have?In her book “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do”, author and psychotherapist Amy Morin introduces 13 destructive mental habits that will weaken your mind, make you more vulnerable to external factors, and stop you from achieving your goals.Let's find out what these destructive mental habits are and how you can change them to become a mentally strong person!Timestamps:[01:15] The Previous Mental Habits from Part 1 [03:40] Habit 8: Stop Making the Same Mistakes Over and Over [07:25] Habit 9: Stop Shying Away from Change[19:50] Habit 10: Stop Fearing Calculated Risks[25:20] Habit 11: Stop Giving Up After the First Failure[31:58] Habit 12: Stop Expecting Immediate Results[38:45] Habit 13: Stop Fearing Alone Time[48:13] Dating Context Wrap-Up Take 2[54:02] Last NotesListen to Part 1https://www.buzzsprout.com/1008055/7426285We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you stop self-sabotage and get self-control. In the Habithon Podcast, we discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite guests with experience in personal development and alike.  Join us and let's grow together!Contact: hello@habithon.comLearn more at our Website: https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/habithonSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We talk to Karsten Deppert - a serial entrepreneur, community-builder, and e-commerce guru who has founded several companies, such as the famous co-working space Mindpark and Sweden's largest e-store for coffee Nybryggt.nu. In this fascinating, value-packed conversation, we dive into what it takes to become a serial entrepreneur. Karsten shares with us his experience, mindsets, and way of thinking that makes it possible for him to stay motivated, stay productive and succeed.Best Quotes from Karsten Deppert: "If you have a thought, and you know that this thought will evoke these feelings in me, and I don't want these feelings, the key is to just let that thought pass.""My management style is about empowerment and getting other people to take responsibilities." "What you need to do is you need to trust people. That's the only way...""If you simply trust somebody, they will automatically trust you back.""A mistake some people do is that they first trust somebody once they have proven themselves.""If you're an entrepreneur you should always talk about your problems.""The more things you do that make you nervous, the more you will grow.""You need to understand why do I think this is fun and this is not fun, and it's very often quite confusing."Timestamps:[01:45] Karsten's Story [04:11] How to view Opportunities and Ideas[08:34] How Karsten Manage 13 Companies[16:08] A Day in the Life of a Serial Entrepreneur[17:50] Karsten's Advanced Course About How Feelings Work [29:16] How Karsten Decides What To Do [32:45] Biggest Responsibilities for Millennials[34:50] How To Take More Responsibility[36:06] How To Handle Failure & Setbacks[39:02] Karsten's View on Idealizing People[40:22] Karsten's Most Important Mentality & Belief[42:34] Similarities Between a Good Business and a Good Person [43:46] Karsten's Ending AdviceFind out more about Karsten:deppert.selinkedin.com/in/deppertTwitter: @karstendcInstagram: @karstendeppertWe're the Habithon team on a mission to help you stop self-sabotage and get self-control. In the Habithon Podcast, we discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite guests with experience in personal development and alike. Join us and let's grow together!Learn more at our Website: https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/habithonSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We talk to Victor Friberg - a visionary action-taker who specializes in the world of tech, where he is a co-founder of a start-up in the fashion industry and is also one of the founders of the young decision-makers together with our last guest Maximilian Gillberg. "I would love to see more people asking themselves the hard questions and allowing themselves to not have an answer" - Victor Friberg"Please reflect, it's super important for your own benefits, and journaling is a great way of doing it." - Victor Friberg"I want to help real people with real problems" - Victor Friberg"Learn and earn" - Victor FribergTimestamps:[02:55] College Drop-Out Story [05:53] Victor's way to Courage[10:10] Self-Love & FOMO[11:40] Thoughts on University Education[17:44] Habits for Self-Love[21:25} Communicating Expectations[30:50] Being Unique in a Team[33:55] Self-Critique - My Nemesis[39:25] Self-Discovery and How You Can Do It [52:10] "Learn and Earn"[56:33] Victor's Most Important Habits[59:23] Our Favorite Habits[62:30] Victor's Mic DropFind out more about VictorLinkedIn: FribergVictorE-Mail: friberg.victor@gmail.comYoung Decision Makers: https://youngdecisionmakers.se/Listen to our conversation with Victor's co-founder Maximilian Gillberg:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1008055/6891215We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you stop self-sabotage and get self-control. In the Habithon Podcast, we discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite guests with experience in personal development and alike.  Join us and let's grow together!Learn more at our Website: https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/habithonSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
In Mental Habits (Part 1) we uncover the habits to create a strong mind. What mindsets do mentally strong people have? In her book “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do”, author and psychotherapist Amy Morin introduces 13 destructive mental habits that will weaken your mind, make you more vulnerable to external factors, and stop you from achieving your goals. Let's find out what these destructive mental habits are and how you can change them to become a mentally strong person!Timestamps:[03:00] Background & Mental Framework [06:42] Mindset for the Mindsets [08:55] Habit 1: Stop Feeling Like the World Owes You Anything[14:21] Habit 2: Stop Wasting Time Feeling Sorry for Yourself[18:58] Habit 3: Stop Resenting Other People’s Success[25:55] Habit 4: Stop Wasting Energy on Things You Can’t Control[32:21] Habit 5: Stop Dwelling on the Past[41:01] Habit 6: Stop Giving People Your Power[49:00] Habit 7: Stop Trying to Please Everyone[55:15] Dating Example Sum-Up Stay tuned for Mental Habits (Part 2) where we uncover the last 6 habits for creating a strong mind!The article we talked about: 3 Powerful Mental Habits for a Strong Mindhttps://www.habithon.com/mental-habits-for-a-strong-mind/We're the Habithon team on a mission to help you stop self-sabotage and get self-control. In the Habithon Podcast, we discuss everything from morning routines to productivity hacks and invite guests with experience in personal development and alike.  Join us and let's grow together! Learn more at our Website: https://www.habithon.com/Follow us at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/habithonSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
Welcome to the last podcast of the year - How To Succeed With Your New Year's Resolution!New year is coming up and setting a new year's resolution is a very common thing. It's also very common that your new year's resolution fail, 9/10 people don't succeed!This has to change...We believe that a new year's resolution is a great way to start a new habit and take one step closer to the person you want to become. That's why we in this episode discuss how to succeed with your new year's resolution by setting specific goals, focusing more on the process than the results, and using the power of habits to not become the 9/10 who fail. We also share our very own new year's resolutions for 2021. "Motivation is what gets you started, habit is what keeps you going."Lastly, we just want to say a huge Thank You for listening and staying with us. You're awesome and we wish you a Happy New Year!Check out our best tools for habit development:https://www.habithon.com/resources/Start your new year with a new morning routine to take control of your mornings of 2021:https://www.habithon.com/guide/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We welcome Maximilian Gillberg as our 5th guest on the podcast. Maximilian is an entrepreneur and decision-making specialist with a black belt in Karate and strategic management. In this episode, we dive into the process of decision-making. We cover questions like: How can you make better decisions for yourself?How do emotions and logic affect your decisions?What decisions should you focus on?What can you do when facing big decisions?and much more...We hope this episode can give you some clarity and tools in your own decision-making so you can start making the best decisions for yourself today and in the future. Learn more about Maximilian at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maximiliangillberg/Instagram: @maxigillbergCheck out his network Young Decision Makers at: https://youngdecisionmakers.se/And the series he talked about: HornblowerLearn more from us at Habithon:How to get self-control at: https://www.habithon.com/get-self-control/Make the decision to start your morning on your terms with our free 7-Day Morning Routine Guide: https://www.habithon.com/guide/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
VOTE ON YOUR FAVORITE QUOTE:https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/PqqgYH2jWe are back with this special episode - Quote Games Part 4! In Quote Games we present 6 quotes that we dive into and dissect as much as possible to find its true meaning and wisdom. The winner is chosen by you guys (vote on the link above) and will be announced in the next quotes games episode.Send us your favorite quotes to hello@habithon.com and participate in Quote Games (Part 5)!START TO FEEL STRONG IN THE MORNING WITH THE: 7-DAY MORNING ROUTINE GUIDEhttps://www.habithon.com/guide/Learn more at: www.habithon.comSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
In this podcast episode, we talk about how to exercise smarter and we share 5 tips to get the most out of your workout and look forward to it. The 5 tips are:Focus on consistency over intensityExercise in the morning and before breakfastExercise using HIIT (high-intensity interval training)Have fun with itTrack your progress "Pain is weakness leaving the body"Track your progress with the VanaboardCheck out our new Resource Page to learn more:https://www.habithon.com/resources/Integrate exercise in the morning with the help of our 7-Day Morning Routine Guide:https://www.habithon.com/guide/And as always, learn more at: https://www.habithon.com/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
We're rebranding Habithon!New artwork design, new concept, and most importantly, a new opening jingle...!!In this episode, we talk about how to stop self-sabotage and get self-control by developing good habits.  "I am indeed a king because I know how to rule myself"We are curious to hear what you think about this new concept of ours! Send your thoughts and questions to: hello@habithon.comGet our Free 7-Day Morning Routine Guide:https://www.habithon.com/guide/Stop Self-Sabotage and Get Self-Control at: https://www.habithon.comSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
The Habithon Podcast celebrates its 20th birthday (not in years, but in episodes!!) We celebrate by having the licensed value coach Mathias Löfkvist as a guest on the podcast. Mathias coaches both businesses and individuals to find their core values and narrative.In this episode, we discuss what values really are, why they are important, how they can benefit you and we also get a LIVE COACHING by Mathias on the podcast, along with a secret habit that can have a huge impact on your future self. A truly amazing conversation you don't want to miss!Learn more about Mathias at his website and book your own value coaching today:https://www.mathiaslofkvist.com/***Free Resources and other Cool Stuff***7-Day Morning Routine Guidehttps://www.habithon.com/guide/30-Day Challenge Tracker (Vanaboard)https://www.vanaboard.com/products/30-day-challenge-tracker?ref=habithon&variant=36035932029088 (affiliate link)Learn more about how to stop self-sabotage and get self-control at:https://www.habithon.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
Welcome to this 19th episode about how to create a great evening routine to fall asleep fast! We explain a simple 3 step process to wind down and relax in the evening so you can prepare your body,  mind, and spirit for sleep. "Peace comes from within, do not seek it without"***ARTICLES***Read the support article: My Favorite Evening Routine in 3 Simple Stepshttps://www.habithon.com/evening-routine-3-simple-steps/Read about journaling:9 Reasons to Start a Journal TODAYhttps://www.habithon.com/9-reasons-to-start-a-journal/Read about resetting your sleep schedule:How to Reset Your Sleep Schedule Fast – 10 Tips to Get Back on Trackhttps://www.habithon.com/10-tips-reset-sleep-schedule-fast/Read about breathing techniques:4 Breathing Techniques that will Change Your Lifehttps://www.habithon.com/4-breathing-techniques/***MEDITATIONS***4 min Guided Box Breathinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyO-Qxkoq5M10 min Guided Sleep Meditationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NphlvcjYNKE***BONUS***Habit Challenge #1https://www.facebook.com/habithon/videos/413579456707541Reach out to us at hello@habithon.com to get answers to all your questions about creating the best evening routine for yourself. Learn more at: https://www.habithon.com/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=FRDKB9MWJCCA4)
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