The power of daily routines

Joh C Maxwell said…


I had just read that quote and thought about how true that statement is… so I did this video just outside the gym to talk to you about it.

Us OCP (Organizationally Challenged People) Tend to think that doing a daily routine is boring and rigid and we don’t want any part of that.

I get it, but let me ask ya something… what would happen if we didn’t have a routine at work? It would be chaotic, don’t you agree?

If you don’t know what you are doing the second your feet hit the floor when you wake up in the morning, if you don’t have a set time that you wake up every morning I would bet a million bucks that your home has a flair for chaos.

Imagine going into work every day at a different time and doing different things in a hodge-podge order? And worse yet not knowing what should be done and how often, and only doing things when the whistle blows and you have no choice but to roll up your sleeves and get cracking.

Isn’t that what the typical OCP does? It is what I used to do.

I gotta tell you, things aren’t boring or rigid, in fact they are more free and I have more time to play.

Aren’t you caught rushing around often at the 12th hour?

You know why that is don’t you? It’s very Simple. No Daily routine.

I have more to say in the video…

Leave a comment and let me know what you are thinking, and then give doing a daily routine a try and let me know what you think.

Much Love,





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