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Repetition is the mother of all learning

Every day is a gift. Thinking this way, every single day, is a habit. Great habits are gifts we give to ourselves. Photo: a few minutes ago from front porch roof.

Repetition is the mother of all learning.

Culture equals habits.

Habits form through repetition.

Want to habitually soar?

Understand the overwhelming difference between a culture by design versus a culture by default.

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Jump start your mental attitude the moment you open your eyes

Say this repeatedly to yourself upon awaking to jump start your mental attitude the moment you open your eyes,

i feel happy, i feel healthy, i feel alive.

Say it to yourself in your thoughts, or, if you are alone, say it out loud.

The repetition and ease of doing this will surprise you.




On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.


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Dear Son

Dear Son, Having To Fight Hard Every Day Seems Unfair, But It Isn’t

Every situation, properly perceived, is an opportunity.

Dear Son, the first rule of life is that life is glorious. The second rule of life is that it’s unfair. In it’s simplest essence, the third rule is that we get to pick which rule we focus on.

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Dear Son

Dear Son, Repetition Is The Mother Of All Learning

Life is pretty simple, but by no means easy.

Dear Son, doing things over and over is where most humans fail. We get bored, tired, demotivated, complacent, and if we’re not very careful, cynical. Please, never, ever let this happen. Pinky swear?

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If Simplicity

Repetition & Midlife

Over & Over (in the name of progress)
Over & Over (in the name of progress)

Did you catch the blinding flash of the obvious yesterday?


That’s the silver bullet.

A few simple things in life.

Lather, rinse, repeat.