NERD OUT — environment

CREATIVEMORNINGS: FREE LIFE SYMMETRY DOWNLOAD

CREATIVEMORNINGS: FREE LIFE SYMMETRY DOWNLOAD

As February's CreativeMornings speaker, Paloma dove into the historical, anthropological, and neuroscientific origins of "work-life balance". As part of the talk, Paloma shared an exercise anyone can do to define their own life symmetry and, should it feel unbalanced, a way to calibrate it for health and happiness.   If you missed the event (don't feel bad, tickets sold out in 15 minutes!) no worries because you can watch the full video here, courtesy of Portland CreativeMornings.  Even better news: We're providing the worksheet for free as a digital download! To get the most of the video and free exercise: Print out the worksheet, or get a large sheet of blank paper so...


EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS

Paloma Medina

Tags environment, experimental psychology, financial goals, goals

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS

You spoke and we listened: We added a last-minute workshop to our February calendar on the Science of Financial Goals. This is our Science of Goals workshop -- revamped to focus specifically on money, including new tools to get through the most common financial goal blocks. If you're ready to get serious about your financial badassery plan, join us. One of the things we'll be covering: How to leverage your environment to achieve your goal.     The science: Experimental psychology researchers have found that our environment can predict a surprising amount of our behavior. The current theory is that the majority of...


HABIT TRACKER

Paloma Medina

Tags CLUB ELEVEN, environment, habit, habit science, purpose

HABIT TRACKER

As promised...this month's freebie: The Habit Tracker!  You can download it here, and get started on a new habit journey today. Read below for more info on the science behind the tracker, plus some tips and examples on how to set yourself up for habit success.  TIP #1: ONE AT A TIME Our first tip is to start with one habit at a time. The science: Habits are really just neural freeways our brain has built over time, they help our brain be efficient -- so dismantling a habit and starting from scratch makes our brain feel like we're forcing it to take the slow-ass...