Have you ever wondered what’s your daily routine like? If you’re anything like most people, it is pretty stressful.
Although it may seem that your daily routine is not enough to get you through the day, it really helps to have a system to follow. There are three main types of systems that you can use to get the work done – five-minute action steps, sequential step action plans, and goal setting.
When I was planning my daily routine for over ten years ago, I noticed that I didn’t have a regular system. I would take a few minutes here or there, but most of my time was taken up in preparation for work.
I never felt good about doing my work and it just didn’t feel productive. This is why I started to look at my daily routine. I decided that it needed a lot more structure, so I created one.
I started to break down my daily work into smaller tasks, each of which was more focused on accomplishing what I had set out to do in the first place. It took me quite a long time to write out all the different tasks I was going to do in the day, but in the end, it was worth it.
Once I had done this, I also made sure that I followed through each task I was doing at least once (even if it was only partway) as it was important to me to feel good about doing it. Once I took a moment and enjoyed the process of doing something, it made it so much easier to enjoy what I was doing.
Then I put everything together and ended up with a very structured daily routine. It included things like getting up early, exercising for half an hour, drinking a small cup of coffee, and going out for breakfast. It was like a schedule that I could follow.
As I had no goals, I started to lose focus and that was when I started to get anxious and stressed. It helped me to think about what I was actually going to achieve every day.
It was also very important to make sure that I was taking the action in the morning and that my day started early. This made sure that I had plenty of time to get prepared for the day ahead of time and I felt much better about doing my work.
It also helped to set some small goals each day. It was especially helpful to set small achievable goals because if I accomplished them, it showed I had some discipline and I felt better doing the work.
It also helped to repeat some small habits, like getting a glass of water every half an hour and doing some stretching exercises. These were particularly helpful in getting my body ready for the day ahead.