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Newsletter Reading: Routines

All plans are wrong, but you gotta have one!

I continue to become more and more aware of how important routines are to gaining greater self-control in order to achieve my goals.

My experiences as a trainer have taught me that routines are absolutely essential and that specific instructions are best, especially at the start of learning anything new. However, I haven’t always applied these lessons to all parts of my life.

To be vague means to be ineffective. Know exactly what you ought to be doing and when. Write it down! A written routine is a plan, and like all plans, it’ll be wrong to varying degrees. That’s okay. The routine gives you reference points from which to continuously correct, refine, and re-attack. Without a plan, what do you have?

Would you like to be more productive, healthier, or happier? Write down a daily plan in which you outline exactly what you’ll do and when. And here’s the important part- if at first you don’t succeed, try and try again! But start by writing it down!

Do you have some useful techniques for gaining greater control of yourself? Share your techniques with me here by using the chat box in the lower right hand corner.

Hooya!
Mark

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"I have a belief that all human greatness is founded upon routine, that truly great human behavior is impossible without this central part of your life being set up and governed by routine."
- John Danahar
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