Self-Improvement | Habits and Systems

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Consistency of your Habits and Systems

Goals mean nothing if your actions don’t work towards them, and we are systematic beings. There is no room for just waiting for tomorrow, we need to rely on our habits and systems to get things done!

Currently this is the portion/segment of the Personal PolyInnovation System where I am still building more info and tools on. Meaning my knowledge is vast in this area, as I have been pursuing the PPS myself for over a decade. However I want to provide stronger tools, and system models more importantly to help you along with your journey. At this point in time I simply tell people to learn more about how habits actually work, how the brain works (so you know why habits form), and to go read Atomic Habits by James Clear.

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Learn about habits + systems

Goals mean nothing if your actions don’t work towards them, and we are systematic beings. There is no room for just waiting for tomorrow, we need to rely on our habits and systems to get things done!

I am working on a Notion Life Operating System, or Polymath Headquarters as I liked to call it.

Whether that is a Second Brain, PARA Method, August Bradley’s Pipes/Pillars/Vaults, or some other system; Then that is what I’ll share with you all. I’m currently working on a way to combine all of those together into a new way of operating.

The tool of choice that I use to do all of this research, habit tracking, and life organization (not to mention organizing for PolyInnovator and OmniContent), is Notion HQ.

I chose this tool after trying dozens of others. I even wrote a long post on Medium a while back (going to be remaking it for the OmniBlog here, that listed out all of the Task and Project Management Tools out there.

Notion came on top because of the flexibility and control you have over it. Such as one feature that I love, is that each line in a database is it’s own page or document. Unlike other tools that have to link to a separate tool altogether like Google Docs.

I encourage you to try out Notion, as it is one of the only companies I care about enough to call an affiliate to PolyInnovator. That is how much I enjoy using it.

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Since that these are the only two resources to share at the moment, then stay tuned for when I have more to offer you!