6 Daily Habits For Success And Accomplishing Goals – thelamare

6 Daily Habits For Success And Accomplishing Goals


 

There are many different kinds of successful people, but most of them tend to share a few things in common. There are certain habits that will help lead you down the path of success and make you achieve your goals faster. Just by making some simple lifestyle changes you will notice a difference. Try these habits and see for yourself!

 1. Rise early.

The saying ‘the early bird catches the worm’ exists for a reason. The earlier you wake up, the more time you have to be productive. This may not be easy for the night owls out there, but eventually your body will get used to it and you will thank yourself once you’re living your dream life.

 

You don’t have to force yourself to wake up at 5am every morning. Set an alarm that’s reasonable for you but will still give you enough time to accomplish everything you’d like during the day.

 

 2. Create a morning ritual.

This will set you up for the day and keep the energy flowing. You may have noticed that it’s easier to start being productive on a workday rather than a day off where you had no plans. Once you get yourself going, it’s easier to continue than to randomly pick up the pace after a super lazy morning.

 

A nice morning ritual will also calm you and make you feel better for the day. It could be as simple as a nice stretch, breakfast, and hot shower, or as intense as an early morning workout.

 

 3. Establish a routine & keep a schedule.

Don’t just stop at the morning. Keeping yourself organized with a schedule will ensure that you don’t forget anything that you wanted to do. Our planner is an excellent tool to help you stay on track on a daily basis.  

 

This doesn’t have to be boring either. Feel free to add in a few pick-me-ups and treats throughout the day! You’re only human and your happiness is very important.

 

4. Minimize all distractions.

Nothing leads to procrastination like distractions. Sometimes it’s impossible to get rid of them all, but do what you can. Move to a quiet location and hide your phone if you have to. You may need some tools like noise-cancelling headphones to help you out. Whatever it takes to make you focused on the task at hand.

 

5. Set small, daily goals.

These will eventually help you achieve your larger goals. Plus, you’ll feel accomplished at the end of the day once you’ve ticked them all off your list! Our planner has a section to set your top 3 daily goals, which can be as simple as drinking 8 glasses of water, doing a brief workout, or reading for half an hour.

 

 

 6. Keep track of your progress. Just like your daily goals, keeping track and reflecting on your progress is a big confidence boost. You’ll have the reassurance that you’re doing your best and are well on the way to achieving your bigger goals.

 

Our daily planner will help you analyze your achievements and challenges each week so you know what to work and improve on next week.

 

 


2 comments


  • Kate

    Yes Maureen, the planner is intended for 6 months.


  • Maureen

    Is this for a full year?


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