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For 10 minutes, take a notepad and jot down/review your day. Be consistent, noting your achievements, shortcomings, mistakes, and learning.
Meditation, often talked about but rarely practiced, is the key to focus and something that will help us in our endeavors no matter who we are.
Like Meditation, Yoga is the one all solution to all the problems of our body. It is a holistic, and safe way to take care of your body, mind, and soul.
Take 10 to 30 minutes of your time every week, and just see how you feel about the last 7 days, what all happened in the week.
Ask yourself questions about your main goal and how you are moving towards it.
Planning ahead is the trick to not getting thrown off by unfamiliar situations.
Because there are so many variables that can affect our ability to stick with new behaviors, planning ahead is the best way to build up the consistency we need for the habit to stick.
Some tasks really pay off in the long term, and others just keep you busy and in the long run, don’t matter at all.
Focus on those big tasks, that will make a name for you, that will generate long-term income, that will give you lasting satisfaction and happiness.
Leo Babauta, the founder of Zen Habits, says that any change should be small; not a goal, but a tiny first step.
It could be running for 10 minutes, drawing for 2 minutes, etc.