Take time to evaluate your daily routines; be intentional in your behavior.
Why do you do what you do? From every meeting to every email . . . from that text message to a colleague to the picture you post on Facebook . . . are you acting with purpose. Do you stop at a coffee shop on the way to work out of habit or with intentional reasoning behind the visit? I’m not judging; I stop to get coffee every morning. I am simply asking you to think about each action.
Routines are great – they can keep us productive and important. Routines can also perpetuate ineffective, inefficient behavior. Take time to day to think about your routines. Which behaviors are healthy and important? Which routines, if changed, can lead to growth and improvement? A growth mindset demands intentional actions on our journey.