Every single day, each and everyone of us has a routine: bathing, grooming, eating, the route we drive to work, our work activities, and so on. We live and die by our routines. They make us healthy or sick, clean or dirty, productive or unproductive, and successful or unsuccessful.
So that begs the question, what’s your routine for success conditioning?
Can you be successful with just a few activities peppered in here there and the next place, or does it need to be routine? Let me provide a reality check, unless you make it part of your actually daily routine, success will never happen.
Success, motivation, good health don’t exist and aren’t sustainable without constant focus. In fact they will disappear if you don’t give them daily attention. That’s why we say success and motivation are like bathing. We recommend you do them and their associated support activities everyday.
What should you add to your routine? That’s up to you and what type of success you’re after. Do you want better health? Then you must incorporate some form of fitness, nutrient-rich foods, and cut out the sugary crap from your daily life. Do you want greater professional success? Then everyday focus on improving your skills, increasing your knowledge, mastering sales and negotiating skills, etc.
Your success routine will be entirely dependent on what type of success you desire. My recommendation, find someone who’s achieved the success you want and copy their daily routine.
To be effective, to stay motivated and to be successful, it must become a constant daily conditioned lifestyle - just like bathing or it won’t last. Everyday schedule yourself with activities designed to move you forward, to stay motivated and to not lose momentum.
It’s easier to maintain than to re-start. Keep momentum on your side, incorporate success and motivation rituals into your daily routine, and keep moving forward.
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