Is there a reason for why you do things the way you do? Or do you
simply continue to operate on auto pilot?
Our daily routines can be a good thing when part of
an effective system, however, it can become a negative when
we get stuck in a rut. Doing things just because.
Try this one simple thing to combat overwhelm. Change your
routines. If you get up everyday at 6:00 am and find that you just
don't have enough time in the day to accomplish what it is you
desire, get up an hour or even half an hour earlier. Not only will
this give you at least 2 1/2 hours more per week,it will also change the
mundane routine and will also take you out of auto pilot.
What else have you done for the last 5 - 10 years without any
apparent reason for why you do it? Take inventory and find new
effective ways to enhance your productivity.
Did you know that stress contributes to over 90% of chronic diseases?
Overwhelm can definitely be factored in when talking about stress,
another reason to learn life skills and systems to combat overwhelm.
If you'd like to discover additional keys and receive additional support
in overcoming overwhelm and other disempowering challenges secure your
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