Willpower and volition are the abilities to do things, on-demand, as you need to. Here’s how you can systematically increase your willpower reserve and use it.
Virtues are behaviours that demonstrate that we hold ourselves to high moral standards - as defined by ourselves.
If we remove the religious and moralistic traditions associated with virtues, we are left with the things we can do that are good for our long-term happiness and outcomes.
Some important virtues include self-discipline, taking right action, goodness, resilience and grit.
Silence seems like a strange concept in a time whentalk and chit-chat are common place, but the benefits are numerous. Find out more here.
Ever try to be bold, independent, humble, cooperative, proactive, patient and assertive at the same time? We’re often told to aspire to contradictory things, but what we really need is a system for living them all. That system is the virtue system.
Hard work and industriousness don’t seem like a lot of fun, but they are essential virtues that help you get things done. Here’s how you can set them up and live by them.
Agility is a virtue and describes the ability to work in iterations. It is the ability to move quickly, to pivot, and to change direction when needed.
Boldness and courage are the virtues that help us overcome our fears, and do what we have to do anyway. They help us take the shot, or flip the stone.