Foundations of Personal Growth: Routines

Productivity

First two posts in this series discussed Focus and Critical Thinking. The premise is that personal growth must be intentional. Establishing routines are a great way to ensure personal growth and goal completion.

One of my favorite blogs wrote an extensive post on the importance of bookending your day with morning and evening routines. Brett McKay explains the benefits and the how to of establishing routines. One of the best reasons is to fight decision fatigue. We are bombarded with distractions in this digital age we live in. Routines are the best way to ensure you stay on track with what we want and need to accomplish

What’s the difference between Routines and Habits?

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Foundations of Personal Growth: Focus

Performance

Personal growth must be intentional and the ability to focus is one of the foundations to growth.

Today we have more information flowing to us than at any point in the history of mankind. We are bombarded by opportunities for interruptions. The myth of multitasking keeps us deceived into thinking we are accomplishing more. If we were really honest with ourselves we would admit to being busy but not making progress towards goals – if we have any.

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Fear

Performance

Do you recognize fear?

To many, when you hear the word “fear” the image that appears in our mind’s eye is a person cowering from that which they are afraid. But 21st century, 1st world fear is more coy than that. It disguises itself under political correctness, common courtesy and everyday responsibilities.

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