In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell gives an exciting talk about habit formation. It’s a common issue, which not a lot of people know how to deal with. Tune in, and understand how you can create new habits and get better in life!
Here are the show highlights of The Story of the Orange Mallet:
Kyle tried to write Robert Frost’s poem in cursive. It’s a classic poem about taking the unpopular route. New habits are formed in a similar way.
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.” -Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken
The brain has a neural pathway that isn’t used much. The only way to form that path is to keep going back and forth. Similarly, you need to form new routes to form new habits.
Kyle enjoys doing hammer drills every day. He does it for brain development. He recently bought an orange mallet.
It was not easy having to change from a big mallet to a small one. He used to hit 300, but things aren’t the same. He needs focus to get used with his new orange mallet.
People struggle creating new habits. In his coaching sessions, Kyle focuses on helping others create new habits in any areas of concern. The best time, as he explains, is when you focus only on one habit while the rest of your life turns off.
For Kyle, while he was still teaching, his best time was usually during summer. It’s when his mind is clear and can pull in different directions. Overall, Kyle suggests that you choose one key habit that could influence all else.
How are you doing with your habits? To hear about The Story of the Orange Mallet, download and listen to the entire episode! An expert in his field, Kyle wants to help people get better in life. Share this to your friends, family, and loved ones.
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