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Rob Norback
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Newest on the OneHabit Blog: How to Stop Procrastinating Using Post-It® Notes http://onehabit.net/postit/
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Newest on the OneHabit Blog: Meditation Q&A with Zen Master Paul Gyodo http://onehabit.net/zenmaster/
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Newest on the OneHabit Blog: 21 Ways to Improve Your Meditation Practice http://onehabit.net/21ways/
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Newest on the OneHabit Blog: Two Great Guided Meditations That Will Help You Start Meditating Today http://onehabit.net/guidedmeditations/
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Newest on the OneHabit Blog: Win a Free Meditation Starter Kit! http://onehabit.net/meditationcontest/

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The Stress Secret PLUS 5 Challenges to Help You Unleash It’s Power

This won't be so bad.

I'm standing on a wooden pillar 10 feet off the ground.

I shake my arms and breathe in unsteadily, trying to get a handle on my nerves.  I turn around and look down for a moment.

That's a long way down.

Turning back around, I hug my arms to my chest, take a deep breath in, tip backwards, and fall...

Every muscle in my body tenses, waiting for impact.

Where is it? Shouldn't I hit yet?!

Panicking, I throw my arms out...WHACK!

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Breathe.

I shake my head and sigh with relief.  My body is shaking a little from the adrenaline coursing through my veins.  But as I struggle my way off the enormous mat, I can't seem to stop smiling...

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Most of the health literature of the past 20 years has touted stress as a very negative thing.  Here are some of the things we think of as common knowledge:

Chronic stress can make your veins and arteries narrow, making blood clots more likely.
Stress can put an extra burden on your heart, damaging it.
Stress produces cortisol that makes you hungry, and we all know what stress eating can lead to.

But the fact is, stress is not that bad for you.
Here are 3 things you should know about stress before you worry a minute longer.


Keep Reading: http://onehabit.net/stress-secret/
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The Triple Trigger Technique

Did you know that most people try to fix failing habits incorrectly?

It's true!

Tell me, when you're struggling with a habit, what do you do? My guess is you try to get motivated. You try to pump yourself up.

"Come on, let's DO THIS!!!" (Don't do this.)

Do this instead: strengthen the trigger OR add a trigger.

Remember, triggers are what remind you to do your habit. Why focus ...

Keep Reading: http://onehabit.net/tripletrigger/

What To Do When You Miss a Day

Because, unfortunately, you will miss a day.  And it can get ugly if you're not prepared.

This course isn't built to simply help you create a Keystone Habit.  I built this course to help you see yourself differently.

But right now, you have some major barriers in your way. Specifically, that little voice in your head that tears you down when you fail.

He's a bitch.
The Stories We Tel ...

Keep Reading: http://onehabit.net/missaday/

7 Ways to Fight the Morning Monster (and Win!)

Tell me if you've ever had a morning like this...

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Groggy, I opened my eyes and stared at the ceiling.

A feeling of dread blossomed in my stomach.  I turned over, reaching for my phone.  Dead.

Shit, shit, shit...

I threw off my covers and raced to look at the microwave clock: 7:12am.

Shit! Shit! Shit!

I had exactly 18 minutes to make it to school and start t ...

Keep Reading: http://onehabit.net/morningmonster/
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