May 23, 2016
Becky and Diana explore the need
for routines and systems.
- Routines can often feel like you
are locked into something, and if you can’t stick to it, even
temporarily, it can seem like failure.
- A better way to look at a
routine is as a fence with a gate. There are boundaries, but there
is a way out for when you need flexibility.
- A routine is easier to keep when
paired with a trigger.
- Routines rely on circumstances.
Systems are more flexible, and act as safety nets.
- The fence posts of routine are
constructed from your priorities.
- Systems are processes we put in
place to create order.
- When you become overly attached
to your routine, you may come to believe that your success depends
- If you are attached to your
routine and circumstances change to disrupt it, it can be scary and
unsettling for many people.
- Have a system in place that
accounts for when disruptions of your routines happen.
- The key to your system begins by
not reacting when your routine is disrupted.
Stamp of Brilliance
Routines & Systems will not work unless
they honor your personality and priorities.