The Habit Chef Podcast
Summary: Hosted by Kendra Kinnison, The Habit Chef Podcast will guide you through designing your ideal habit recipe so that you can have the life you've always dreamed of. You'll learn the secrets to developing and changing habits with ease, and how to use keystone habits to make a huge impact. Whether your primary goals focus on health, productivity, parenting, building a business, writing a book, becoming a better leader, or changing the world, the Habit Chef will show you how to make them a reality.
In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll discover why you don't need willpower and instead, how to use 5 simple strategies for creating new habits. More specifically, you'll learn why willpower doesn't work, or causes more problems, how to add momentum to your habit snowball, how to apply Proverbs 4:26 that tells us to "make level paths for our feet," and how to feel like your snowball is rolling downhill.
In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll discover how to build habit momentum by creating a snowball that automatically takes you where you want to go. More specifically, you'll learn how to reframe the way you think about habits, how simple changes to the words you use make a huge difference, three straightforward steps to getting momentum started, and how to use ridiculously tiny goals to accomplish big things.
In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll learn how to achieve your goals without burning out. More specifically, you'll learn where the concept of a 20-Mile March came from, why you should apply it daily, how to prevent slacking off when things aren't perfect, how to avoid pushing yourself to burnout, how to determine what to include in your daily march, and how to use tiny habits to make those choices automatic.
In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, you'll learn why your schedule could be what's preventing you from achieving your goals and what you can do about it. More specifically, you'll learn the difference between a maker's schedule and a manager's schedule, what to do if you have both types of work, how to tell if you're being reactive or proactive, what to do to become more proactive, how to easily figure out where your time actually goes, and what one thing you can do to make huge progress towards your goals.