Becoming Entrefied with Patrick Hughes

ENT 58: Daily Routine - Taking More Action and Feeling Energetic

February 07, 2020 Episode 58
Becoming Entrefied with Patrick Hughes
ENT 58: Daily Routine - Taking More Action and Feeling Energetic
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Becoming Entrefied with Patrick Hughes
ENT 58: Daily Routine - Taking More Action and Feeling Energetic
Feb 07, 2020 Episode 58
Jeff Higdon

This is talking about a morning routine that you can do every day that will make you action oriented. It will also help you remember some of things you can do better.

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This is talking about a morning routine that you can do every day that will make you action oriented. It will also help you remember some of things you can do better.

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Are you ready to be entre Vied? Let's break free of the life we're told to live, create freedom and well, by adding value to others live, challenge traditions, challenge authority and get onto ified. Hey, guys, this is Jeff on today's podcast. I'd like to talk about something I think is gonna help everybody if you do this every day and it's really, really easy to do. You just take the time every morning to do this. If you do this, it's gonna change your life because it's something that consistently people do not do every day. And that he is. They just take a moment of time to write down what they're gonna do today. All right, that's the first thing. Second thing is right about five sentences on what you won't in your life right now. As far as the mission statement, what you're working on, it don't have to be all inclusive, you know, in Dolby all type of thing, on a particular topic. Just figure out your mission statement could be a I'm gonna be in ministry or I want to be a pro football player, you know, But it's gonna be something that you have to work toward right? So you got by five sentences of that and try to do it in under five minutes. So once you do this, you can change it. You can write, add stuff to it. Takeaway rerouted if you won't. But these two things every day just go in and read your mission statement. That's your five. Like I said, the five sentences you do, right? And then rewrite the things that you're going to do today, right? And there's one more other thing, and that is your main goal that you're working toward today. So let me recap. You got one? You got the stuff that you want to do today, right? It could be already wrote down. Could be stuff getting done from yesterday. But if it's not and you need to write things down for today, right, I'm down. And remember, all this isn't less than well, less than six minutes. Take you about five minutes today. And then the second thing is the main goal. Really? You're working toward today, and the third thing is your mission statement. So one write down things you're gonna do today to the mango. You're gonna be working toward today and 35 sentences that just basically tell what your mission statement is every day if you just start your day. But reading your mission statement riding down your goals today, your mango for today. And like I said, it can be something. You know, I didn't finish my stuff that I still need to do that because I didn't get it done. You could may be able to use the same list, but if you don't have enough, if you've got empty spaces in your list as far as things to get done, that you can clearly right things in that space is go ahead and write new things down. But this is everyday. Guys, take about five minutes to do this. Get started. It programs your mind to think about what you need to get done today. Because if you don't, I know it sounds really simple. Just those things take your little time, read over, and I'm gonna give you an optional thing, okay? And the optional thing is this right down. This is gonna take you probably longer in five minutes if you like me. But write down the things you learned about the day before yesterday. Something that you can do better. Something you learned yesterday, Something you wish you to change yesterday. Something that was you learned. Like I said, you either learned it's something you need to improve on something that you need to change right down those things. Now, here's the key. Every day you go when you write your list, okay, you write to do list the things you need to do. Number two, the main goal for the day. And then number three, the five sentences. Actually, you don't have to write that. Probably after you get it done. But you can't add to take away from it. So all you're really doing every day is your riding your file to do list and then your main goal. And then you're riding optionally if you want to do this. And I encourage you to do this, by the way and that is this, write down the things you learn. Oh, our lord excuse me. Not learned. Learned yesterday, right? I'm down. So here's the next thing. If you really want to get like, Hey, I wanna make sure that I'm learning from my day Read yesterday's what what I learned yesterday. So you're going in. You write it down. You going over all this stuff writing down what you learned yesterday and you re read the day before Sze What? You're what you learned You keep doing this day in and day out. It's gonna make a difference, because I know it sounds very simple, but if you could do this your programming yourself to be action oriented and to be gold focused I hope you've got something from this. I think if you do this every day and I'm not talking about just once in a while, I'm talking about every day you get a it can take you five minutes. Man. It is not that hard to do. You need to just take this time to write this down, just your to do list, and then read the other stuff. Optionally. Like I said, you can put down what you learned from yesterday, but if you don't even want to do that, you say I just got town right? That my to do list right down your to do list. You know, if you don't have time to re read yesterday's of what I learned Hey, that's okay. But at least write down what you're doing today and your main goal for today. Guys, We'll see you next time. See you tomorrow.
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