In Atomic Habits, James Clear offers us numerous examples of the relationship between environment and our behaviors. One thing that he points out is, “Our behavior is not defined by the objects in the environment but by our relationship to them. Stop thinking about your environment as filled with objects. Start thinking about it as filled with relationships… You don’t have to be the victim of your environment. You can also be the architect of it.”
Have you ever found yourself to be underperforming and not sure why? Do you sometimes feel like you are capable of doing and achieving at a much higher level but not feeling the motivation or drive to do so?
Have you ever taken your car to have the tires rotated and they told you your car was out of alignment? The biggest indicator of this issue was probably the uneven wear on your tires. Chances are, you didn’t even notice it while you were driving, unless it was seriously misaligned. Drive five miles, and […]