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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun18Post.mp4 Why do most goals fail? It's not going to do with willpower. And everything to do with economics. If you don't understand the economics of human decision making, most goals will fail. Especially if you follow most goal setting courses. For example, most goal courses say they should be specific, and time limited. This idea has been repeated so many times, and in so many different KINDS of seminars, it seems like a law of nature. But if you follow those TWO ideas, there is a HIGH probability your goal won't p
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct14Post.mp4 Once I had this coworker. He was in his late 30's, and hadn't exercised in a while. He decided that he would begin to exercise. And like most people, he started much too fast. His plan was to go down to the local track, and alternate between jogging and sprinting. This is, actually, a very good workout. But it requires you can handle it. He couldn't. He nearly blew out his knees and couldn't walk right for a week. This a very common human phenomenon. To have an idea, and a half baked plan.
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