“Having no routine or structure is so much more draining mentally, physically, and emotionally than any routine could ever be” – chris Winfield
Decide exactly what you want to do for the day, write it down, set deadline for your goals. Focus on the most important goal then you move on to the next, but you must remember to start your days focused on you and you will be in a much better state of mind to help others and get more accomplished all day.
Break your day into chunks, this helps you be the best YOU, and you should spend time reading because reading can boost your intelligence, increase your brain power and even strengthen your ability to empathize with other people.
Schedule your day and set out goals you want to complete by the end of the day. Some people just wake up and don’t have plans for the day, but planning your day helps you stay focused.
Review your goals, whether your goals for the year or goals for the month, you need to reveal your goals and try to accomplish whatever you have planned to do.
I read an article by Jennifer Cohen and she wrote about how on a daily basis, habit drives us to do what we do, whether it’s a pattern of thoughts or behavior that occurs automatically, but what if we could get the power of our habits for the better? Just imagine you have a habit working your fullest potential. When you have good habits, you’re setting yourself for healthy and a successful life.
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