How You Start Your Day is How You Start (and End) Your Year
Here are simple, proven routines that lead to better outcomes
How you start your day is predictive of how your day is going to end. And a consecutive series of good starts is predictive of not just how your year is going to start but also how it ends.
Over the weekend, I saw a quote from country star and fellow native West Virginian Brad Paisley that inspired this post – "Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one."
At this time of the year, there's all kind of advice about how to have your best year ever. Like Brad, I'm going to keep it simple. Start each day in a way that sets you up to be successful for the rest of the day. If you are like me, you won't succeed every day in following through on that intention, but holding it practically guarantees you're going to have more good days than bad.
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