In recent weeks, I have talked quite a bit about the power of routine. The reason for this is simple, there is power in routines you develop, trust and rely on.
Processes and routines come in many forms. Weekly emails and similar regular communication streams are some examples of the powerful routines I personally use. Meetings, budget processes, the way a business closes a quarter and starts a new one, the way you sprint for the finish and then come out of the starting blocks strong… These are all based on processes and routines.
Processes And Routines Are Found Inside Successful Companies And Individuals Alike.
This week, I want to highlight one of my favorite podcasters and some valuable content I recently discovered. The podcaster is Lewis Howes, and I have been listening to Lewis for years now.
Within his The School of Greatness podcast series, Lewis has simple advice when it comes to morning routines. The episode about creating the perfect morning routine for success is worth the listen.
If you have a routine, challenge yourself to improve it. If you don’t have a routine, take simple steps to develop one.
Whatever it is you commit to, stick to it, because it takes 66 days to develop a habit. So, really commit to your new or improved routine, and give it a chance… it will have an impact on your life.
Small progress leads to big change.
Routines, when developed with intention and purpose and followed over long periods of time, have the ability to drastically impact our lives and drive massive change over time.