I am happy to say that I was completely wrong! Now, different things work for different people. For example, my mother doesn't need a book to do her daily habits. But for me, this book is perfect. It speaks to me. It's exactly what I needed.
The gif below represents the very first habit I started through the Zen Habits book. I had been wanting to be able to do tricks the way I used to on my chin-up bar when I was a kid. I've started with hanging and pull-ups, until I can pull myself over. I already have the muscle memory, so I figure I'll be able to do it once I build up the strength to do it. So, that's what I'm working on now.
Here are some tweets that include posts from the Zen #Habits blog:
Zen Habits :: When Others Frustrate You http://t.co/al7Wub2H1a #health #habits
— galaxi@lternativa (@galternativa) April 10, 2015
Living the Simple Life #zen #habits http://t.co/1IOYr01iPI
— Phil Luza (@philluza) April 8, 2015
Zen Habits :: Your Internet Habits Create Your Reality http://t.co/MnnEzUE3Q5 #health #habits
— galaxi@lternativa (@galternativa) April 6, 2015
It's no secret I'm a fan of habits, @zen_habits shared how to fail faster at them. #minimalism #habits http://t.co/NPxmjgIg3n
— Katie Winn (@sowinnderful) March 24, 2015
The Child That Holds Us Back http://t.co/tXatnRrvDN #zen #habits
— Jordan Pease (@JordanPease) January 7, 2014