“Deconstruct the cool things you see… Don’t just taste the recipe, look for the ingredients.”
—James Clear, Author of Atomic Habits
I consider myself a better than average cook, and can whip up something tasty from my fridge and cupboard on most days. I have a modest number of go-to dishes, and find myself using the same ingredients and seasonings over and over.
A few weeks ago, while waiting during a doctor visit, I found myself captivated by a cooking show called The Kitchen. Watching the masterful chefs and celebrity cooks create simple and tasty dishes with ingredients I have on hand — and never considered using — was a breakthrough in my thinking.
What would be the benefit of deconstructing other aspects of life besides what’s for dinner?
What are the ingredients you can use to whip up better relationships, career success, and a healthier, more meaningful life?