I’ve heard we overestimate what we can do in the short run and underestimate what we can do in the long run. Boy can I attest to that personally as I am a recovering procrastination-aholic. Sometimes I’m a head case. My mind moves really fast. I’m pumped about almost everything and it’s a challenge for me to tame my brain 🧠.As you will see my 3 habits I’ve been working to change are mostly about what goes on between my ears👂 .

1️⃣The Bookends of my Day

Pre-Planning your day for a business owner is clutch. 20 minutes 🕰of planning can save you 2 hours in real time by increasing focus and omitting decision fatigue.

2️⃣Journal 📓/ Brain Dump

What’s the point? Why take the time to journal your thoughts? Well…

“If you want have more… you have to become more. Success is NOT a doing process, it is a BECOMING process. What you do, what you pursue, will elude you — it can be like chasing butterflies. Success is something you attract by the person you become.” — Jim Rohn.

We only learn our truth by living our lives. And life can pass you by if you don’t capture it. Journaling is a great way to learn from your mistakes and your success. We all have million dollar ideas, if we don’t write them down, its hard to take any kind of action on them if they are forgotten

3️⃣Sleep 😴

I regularly workout, stretch, eat compliant take cold showers, etc… But my achilles heel is my sleep. I know the 2 habits above will probably help my sleep or maybe it’s God’s way of pre-training me (kinda ;-O) for my two little dudes coming to town in mid October

Your day is your life. How we live each day leads us to our future self. Taking time to self reflect on your habits can be the game changer you are looking for to improve your future.


A. Rack Jerk
B. AMRAP 18min
300m Run
3 Wall Walk (6 inch worms)
30 KB Swings

Post by Chris; follow me on instagram @mr.cpm

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