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If you become very attached to your routines, when they get messed up, you get frustrated.
You feel what is almost like withdrawals and you start doubting yourself.
A routine means creating practices, habits and rules that force us to be better. Without it, resistance is given too much room to operate.
Routines are essential in the ba...
Left unsupervised, however, it becomes a form of tyranny.
The ability to rotate from routine to routine, discipline to discipline, according to the needs of the day and ...
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That is why mornings should be dedicated to the most important work: improving yourself and the quality of your life.
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