Good idea, i dont do this but will give it a go. Start tomorrow as i have smashed it today.
Got shit done all day yesterday.
Today is a different story:
-Started with a slow breakfast
-Did my Box90x
-Got sidetracked for several hours on YouTube videos.
-Played with dogs
-Went to Bible study
As you can see there is much room for retrospect, planning and discipline. I need more day-to-day consistency. If I’m slow out of the gate in the morning, the rest of the day mirrors it.
DAY 83 – Fresh start tomorrow…
Today I woke up and went to work, got some decent hours for the week. Ein didn’t feel good and hurt his leg again so he went to see the vet, now we have to wait and see how he does until monday. Took the wife out for dinner then came home and watched the seaon 3 finale for My Hero Academia. I am really tired so I am gonna call it quits tonight.
This tool can be a game changer. I have not been doing this exercise enough. I must change to a daily habit.
Always room for improvement. Feed my mind same knowledge weekly because I’m a different person each week. Adding something new to what I knew. Each time it’s a new experience.
So many improvements to be made. I think the most intimidate one would be to be a bit tidier so I don’t waste time looking for missed placed items. Just a step in an improved direction.
This is going in place today. I can see how this will be a powerful tool to change things at a much greater speed.
I know for myself I get lost in the grind, and then get stuck in situations that seem not to be going forward.or at least forward with a speed and momentum that I desire. This should help cut the corners of waste.
I do 4 different retrospects: Daily, end of my 2 week sprint, 90 day sprint and 1 year. Last week was my 90 day and year retrospects. Sometimes its hard to face the truth of what worked, what didn’t and what I need to do and improve in the coming 90 days and year but it helps me acknowledge what I did accomplish even though it wasn’t on my plan. It has also helps me to break things down into smaller steps so I don’t overwhelm myself.
I have to deal with the reality of my situation and that it takes a lot of work and time to be a mom, provider and caretaker as well as an investor and entrepreneur, so doing these retrospects helps me to have the courage to move forward on my plan even when things are really hard.
Retrospect. Super powerful. I didn’t realize how powerful until cohort!
Great tip. Going to see what I did the day before and improve on it by atleast 1% or more. It will add up during the 365 day period. Now I am start to realize more what Albert Einstein means by compounding interest being the 8th wonder of the world.