Holy Sht Batman!

Last Update: August 13, 2017

I don't know about you but sometimes life can really throw shit at you and if you're not careful it can knock you on your arse real quick.

I am a creature of habit. I like to say I don't mind change but if I'm really honest here, I can be really stubborn and resistant to it.

The problem with that is - to move forward and and improve in your business, things have to change. They need to improve.

One of the hardest things for me is starting new 'good' habits.

That's why I am quite surprised that I am on day 10 of a new habit I started.

A friend of mine was telling me about something called Artist Pages. Basically what you do is you write in a journal every day.

You take a few minutes each morning to compose yourself or meditate or whatever you do. For me it's get that first cup of coffee.

Then you just write, a literal 'brain dump'. You don't think about what you will write, you just write each and every thought that comes into your head until you have filled 3 pages.

You even write those silly thoughts like 'I don't know what to write' !

And guess what? It friggin works!

Usually by page 3 I have figured out my plan for the day and even sometimes come up with some pretty good ideas to implement.

Give it a try and let me know how it is working for you.

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MisterWailor Premium
This is a great idea. I will try to see if it works for me.
rosieM Premium
It does work......it even helps you improve your writing style, get through writer's block and clears the mind for fresh blogging ideas. Love the title....you made today's smile for me....thank you.
AngelaHall Premium
So glad I could make you smile :)
MKearns Premium
A path you compose is one best related to!
OldMCSEGuy Premium
This sounds incredible. There was something in a business class that I took last year that was very similar to this.
AngelaHall Premium
I'm pretty impressed I've stuck with it. I must like it ;) lol
VickiM3 Premium
I carry a small notebook with me at all times. I can get easily distracted by "shiny" objects and end up going down a lot of wormholes. With my little notebook, the shiny object gets written down for later research and I can stay focused on my current task. Then , each morning I start by filtering my brain dump from the day before, putting the legit items on the day's to do list, everything else is either earmarked for a later date or simply trashed. I definitely agree that starting the day by organizing it is the way to go!