When we study the patterns of successful people, the number one thing that helps them reach their goals is repeating a simple process. When you fall in love with a routine that works for you, that’s when the magic (and money) comes. In this episode, we talk about why it’s so important to resist the urge to give up when things start to feel monotonous. We also talk about what keeps us motivated, focused, and committed to the show up consistently.
(1:00) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show.
(1:20) Chris shares examples of how Lori can do the same routines over and over again and not get bored of them.
(2:42) Chris asks Lori, “How do us non-monotony people become okay with monotony?”
(5:13) Chris asks Lori, “You told me that your interview with Ryan Holiday was just awesome and that he’s mastered the monotony of research in all the books he writes. Expand on that a little bit.”
(9:11) Lori talks about why she focuses on what she’s gaining and not having to go through by sticking to her processes.
(11:59) Chris says, “You got to stop looking at the shine and the glitz and the adventure and you got to start looking at the payoff that comes from those who are willing to walk through the monotony.”
You’ve got to stop
looking at the shine
and the glitz and the
looking at the payoff
that comes from those
who are willing to
walk through the
You’re Going To Hear About:
- The unexpected benefits of monotony
- Understanding the time it takes to achieve meaningful results
- Where are you choosing to be frustrated instead of taking imperfect action?
- Shortening your milestones and rewarding yourself along the way
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