Tuesday, March 11, 2014

The Five Benefits of a Well-Organized Life

One of my clients wants to work on how to be more like a grown-up; she wonders if she needs a schedule. Another bemoans the need for routine in her diet to help her lose weight.  A third client wants to start an exercise program but hates the idea of scheduling it. There's something about the myriad routines and schedules of adult life that many of us resist. 

The Big Think's mention of a new book by Mason Curry, about the daily rituals of successful, creative people, reinforced my position that routines are essential for achievement in anything and everything. 

While I prefer the word "routine" to "ritual," the latter provoking images of questionable, dark practices, people who get things done often lead very structured lives. 

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Sampson Greenovich said...

I read that when you are on the right track, you will get run over if you don't keep moving forward. I like that quote because it focuses your mind on the future. Its important to always be moving forward.

Judith Tutin said...

Absolutely! Thanks for that.