Religion has allowed our ancestors and many people today to find purpose, community and sense of security, for me it was rituals that brought me together with my family; but as I search forward, I embrace my culture, acknowledge my own skepticism and celebrate life.
Doing the dishes for me means that when I wake up in the morning I start on a clean sheet. I wake up to order. It lets my brain feel like a fresh start.
Making time to read is my lead domino. If I am reading it means everything’s else is in balance.
Saying No primes you to stay in control of your destiny and becomes a rooting element to stay mindful, giving you quality ingredients where to find calm.
We think people look at us through the same lenses we look at ourselves and, just as we have full knowledge of our current situation, we project that same sense of mindfulness into others; and that’s wrong.
Since the lockdown started, I’ve become more aware of where I allocate my time or not; how I use the passing minutes, hours and days.
Most Sundays I stop for a few minutes to look at the week that just passed. Looking back allows me the chance to reflect into what's happened and allows me the time to look forward to the week ahead.
Tidying up means many things to many people, to me it's a moment to start again.
Morning routines can be life-changing if made part of your life. They can be as complex or as a simple as you want them to be, but having at least one will make you a more thoughtful, relax and focused person, it will set you up with a quick win early on the day and will make you feel in control, at least they do it for me.
Like journaling but for your enterprise, the All Hands meetings has powerful effects on hitting your objectives.