Gretchen Rubin

You Don’t Have to Be Good at Something to Be Good at Something


What do you think -- do you agree that you don't have to be "good at something" to be good at something?

Of course, it helps to be good at something -- but it's not absolutely necessary.  This was a giant revelation for me.

If you want to watch the movie Sing Street, which I mention, you can learn more about it here.

Want to read Better Than Before, my book about habit change? Learn more about it here.

The survey that Laura Mayer mentions is here. It really does help us if you take the survey, so if you do, you get a big gold star.

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