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[Programming note: Today’s episode has a slight reduction in audio quality because of our summer road trip. Mobile podcasting studios are sometimes hard to create! Thanks for your understanding.]
Do you remember the movie Groundhog Day with Bill Murray? Bill wakes up on February 2 to find himself caught in a time loop. He is doomed to repeat the same day (February 2) over and over again until he starts doing something productive with his life. Fans of the cult movie estimate it takes Bill Murray 8 years, 8 months, and 16 days to finally get it right.
Because it’s a Hollywood movie, in the end he becomes a hero, wins the girl, and the time loop is broken.
If your routine feels like it’s stuck in a Groundhog Day-type loop, then maybe it’s time to re-examine it. You don’t have to keep doing the same boring routine for 8 years, 8 months, and 16 days before you get it right.
In today’s episode, you’ll learn the connection between self-discipline, your daily routine, and how you connect your lifestyle vision to your daily activities. This is a power-packed episode with actions you can take today to insure a better tomorrow.
This Episode is for You if:
- You feel like every day is more of the same—and the “same” is not fulfilling
- You don’t think you have any control over your routine
- You don’t see the connection between your daily habits and your lifestyle
- You want to feel excited every day again (or maybe for the first time!)
- You want want to feel more in control of your life
Don’t forget to download today’s free resource guide. In it, you’ll discover 25 ways to Build a Better Routine Now.
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Are you aiming for perfect in everything you do? Next week you’ll learn why perfection is the enemy of self-discipline, accomplishment, and even happiness. And then you’ll learn what to aim for instead.