An enormous amount of your time is managed by the habits you have. Habits can replace cognitive thinking with programmed patterns. Driving to work can become a habit and so much so that act of driving to work becomes a non-experience. Have you ever lost sense of driving to work? Most people have.
If a habit like driving can be programmed into the mind, how many other daily activities have been replaced by a habit. How you interact and greet other people can become a habit, the same phrase used over and over again. Work could turn into a habit as well, routine, ordered and structured.
Have you noticed what things have been become routine at work? What about other areas of your life?
If you decide your habits are not helping you grow or do things in a new way then it might be time to evaluate your habits and determine how they are impacting your life.
– Monitor your day.
– See what things are routine.
– Determine what things should be routine and what things should be changed.
– Start something new. Do something different. Be bold.
– Test the ideas. Are you doing something better than you did before?
There are many things you can do to break a routine. Take a different way to work. Eat at different time. Take a class rather than watching TV.
Interrupt the “normal” way of life. It isn’t always easy. Making changes allows you to grow and growth is good.