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    I was so excited to talk with artist, illustrator and surface designer, Tammie Bennett, this week for Raise Your Hand Say Yes. In this episode, we talked about the power of daily habits and what they can do for your creative endeavors – a perfect topic as we look towards the new year for inspiration!  Tammie has a super inspiring story about how back in 2012, she decided that she wanted to be an artist and made a commitment to doing a drawing every day. And then, man, everything changed.

    We also talked about the logistics of committing to something like this – how she found (and continues to find!) the time, what she does when she doesn’t feel like doing it, and how she tracks her progress. I suspect you’ll walk away from this episode feeling super inspired to create something of your own!! (Hint: Yes. Do it.) And if you do, don’t forget to tell me and Tammie what you’re committing to on Twitter!

    Listen now:



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    Show Notes

    Connect with Tammie: Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest

    Tiny Daily Habits, Tammie’s new habit creation e-course

    “How to Raise an Adult” by Julie Lythcott-Haims

    Streaks app

    Tiffany’s Instagram & #postitdaily project

    Flora Bowley’s interview on RYHSY

    Happy Happy Art Collective

    “Bird by Bird” by Anne Lamott


    PS. Wanna get your very own 100 Rejection Letters kit? They’re available for a limited time!



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  2. The Contexts Conversation: Part Two | The Productivityist Podcast: Ideas and Tools for Personal Productivity | Time Management | Goals | Habits | Working Better

    After a lengthy thread on Twitter that debated what contexts were (and weren't), Mike invites some of the participants to discuss their thoughts on contexts in more detail in the second of two episodes on the subject. This week's guests are Mike's old podcasting partner Michael Schechter and Lee Garrett.


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  3. Four Routines To Free Your Mind | Interview with Michael Maher | “Yo Pal” Hal Elrod

    Michael Maher is here to help free your mind to achieve more than ever before. Michael is a top real estate agent, author of Seven Levels of Communication, and the brand new The Miracle Morning for Real Estate Agents book.

    Michael is a huge believer in the power of routines. In this episode he share the four routines that help you accomplish more, save time, and most importantly free your mind!

    “Your next day starts the night before.” Tweet This

    The Four Routines You Need: Nightly Rituals to give you a head start on tomorrow Using Sunday to free your mind The Pre-Leave Ritual, clear your mind before you leave Creating miracle mornings
    “Own the morning, and you own the day.”

    Plus… Here the story of how The Miracle Morning For Real Estate Agents got started.


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  4. Ep. #51: Creating Habits That Change Your Life | An Interview with Steve Scott | “Yo Pal” Hal Elrod

    “Build a Better Life – One Habit at a Time”

    Habits are the basic building blocks of a successful life. Are you getting the most out of your habits? True success happens when you take action on a daily basis. In other words, it’s your habits that help you achieve goals and live the life you’ve always wanted.

    In this episode of the podcast, we talk to Steve Scott author of 30+ books! He is a writing machine, and contributes much of his success to his habits. The majority of his books revolve around the topic of habits, and how you can use your habits to get more done, in less time, at a higher level. It’s about focusing on what you need to do to drive you forward at crucial times in the day and stacking more healthy habits on top. 

    Steve shares his story from blogging to book writing including a seven month trip across Europe, and how habits made it possible.

    “Your next day starts the night before.” Tweet This 

    In this episode you’ll hear:

    Why people power is so important

    How to find your mastermind partner

    Where to get started when creating habits

    “Listening doesn’t change your life doing does.” Tweet This




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