Part 1

Think Better

Upgrade your mindset & boost your motivation with lessons inspired by LimitlessHigh Performance Habits & Start with Why.

Week 1


Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Week 2


Lesson 4

The Habit of Clarity

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

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  Lesson 4

The Habit of Clarity

Insight inspired by High Performance Habits (Brendon Burchard)

The first habit from Brendon Burchard’s book High Performance Habits is “seeking clarity for who you are and what you want.” As Brendon writes:

“High performers are clear on their intentions for themselves, their social world, their skills, and their service to others.”

Brendon calls these the Future Four: Self, Social, Skills, and Service.

For Self, Brendon’s advice will sound very familiar to last week’s micro lessons:

“Be more intentional about who you want to become. Have vision beyond your current circumstances. Imagine your best future self, and start acting like that person today.”

For Social, Brendon stresses on deciding on how you intend to interact with others. He recommends asking yourself:

“What kind of tone do I want to set in this interaction?”

For Skills, Brendon recommends deciding on a specific field of interest and then associated skills for that area and then work toward acquiring those skills and experience in that area.

For Service, Brendon says to ask:

“What will provide the most value to those you serve? This is a question high performers obsess about.”

After reading this book, I spent some time working through these areas and said my best self is calm, confident, and self-controlled. (Self) I said I’d like to treat other people with empathy, kindness, and focus. (Social) The skills I’ve been working on are leadership, psychology, and marketing (Skills). The ways I’ve been trying to add value to people are buying their lunch and offering to help on a project (Service).

Goal of the Week

Decide what you want, why you want it, and write it down.

  Quote of the Week

“If you don’t tell your mind what you want someone or something else will.”


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