I first heard this phrase from a Tony Robbins seminar back in 1993. For years I didn’t pay much attention to it, although I always think about it when I’m creating goals. Lately I have been taking action. This week I reviewed my yearly goals, and set some week goals. After setting these week goals, I created a schedule I could keep. I put them on my calendar. I also wrote them in my journal so I could review them daily. Every night I go over how I did on the day, and how I can improve. I check what I did right, and what I could have done better. Many of the great philosophers wrote about reflecting on your day. “The unexamined life in not worth living”, is a quote attributed to the philosopher Socrates. I have made this a habit over the past couple of months, and it is now a habit that I will continue with. Start small and at the end of every day take some time to write or type about your day. It needs only to be a few lines. This is a great habit, that will improve the quality of your days. You will be more conscious of the fact that you will be giving yourself a review at the end of the day.
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