LESSON OF THE DAY: Being DISCIPLINED creates FREEDOM (SAY, WHAAAT?) 🤔
It’s almost Friday and this week rocked my world, but I made it (just barely)☝️🌎 I absolutely ADORE my busy life, I live in overdrive & I can’t help but talk super fast, walk at an increased pace and speed type and text for the majority of my day. I know what I’m doing, where I’m doing it and who I’m doing it with at all times- so please don’t make plans with me last minute 😂. I schedule my week each Sunday (*que personal development spiel*) and I reassess my daily schedule & goals EVERY MORNING (YUP, my morning routine is fricken unreal and HABITUAL, no amount of extra sleep will compromise this because it’s changed my life and productivity). This totally sounds like I have no flexibility, and that things must be pretty rigid in our house (LOL) But, this is not the case. One thing I have learnt since putting a larger emphasis on personal development is that *DISCIPLINE gives you FREEDOM*. Since organizing my week in this fashion and planning accordingly (and FOLLOWING accordingly) I have been able to give myself segregated time to do the sh*t I LOVE to do without it falling by the waist side. I don’t “miss” a workout because of time, ‘cause I slot my workouts into my day as a meeting with myself. I don’t miss out on family events, because they are prioritized in my calendar. I am able to post on social media without monotonous scrolling and time wasting by allotting time to do so (thanks @chinookmedia for the tips) AND I am able to put maximal effort into seeing and helping as many PF4U clients as possible, because I have a timeline.
If you find the things that MATTER to you and your growth as a human being are following out of priority, start scheduling your life. You’re not a prude for doing so. Schedule your stuff and stick to your schedule. Review your goals, create routines and habits, remind yourself what matters, and stick to the damn thing ☺️