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Newest Daily Time/Habit/Life Tracking

My newest tracking. Previously:

What Gets Measured, Gets Managed - why tracking is so effective

The Evolution of My Time/Habit/Life Tracking - how I started tracking, and some helpful guidelines on starting your tracking.

Here's my newest template, I'm bolding the changes:

------------------------------------------- START OF DAY ROUTINE: Time awake: Total sleep: Vitamin C and Fish oil: Stretching: Situps: Exercise (walk/run/other): Brush/floss: Listen to audio:Calories: Breathe: Borderlands: Calendar, anything interesting/time sensitive? What is my most key objective for the day? Planning:Gratitude: ------------------------------------------- REMEMBER: *Intelligent internet usage *Be decisive. Look at it once, make a decision, done. *Stop and reflect periodically*Make WAR on Procrastination ------------------------------------------- PEOPLE: Blog post: New People: Current people: Help someone: Consorting: Emails in box, start: Emails in box, finish (and - why they there?): ------------------------------------------- TIME TRACKING:

The Ultimate Guide To Turning Your Life Around And Living Your Dreams

On Cameron Chardukian

Take a minute to step back and look at your life. Look at all the things you’ve overcome. Look at your current struggles. Look at who you once were. And look at who you want to be.

After you’ve done all that imagine a bottle of water. Alone water has no form. Rather it’s flexible and takes the shape of whatever container holds it. When you pour the water from a bottle to a glass it changes form. People are the same way.

Humans have no default form. We’re capable of adapting to almost anything, but we never adapt to things unless our environments force us to.

The reason so many people are lazy losers is because our genetics only care that we survive, not that we thrive. Since there’s no real consequences to being lazy it's most people’s default response because it’s effortless and requires no adaption.

Another problem is because things like food, and mating opportunities were once scarce, our natural reward system has trained us to get as much of them as possible while the “getting is good.”

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