"Practice the philosophy of continuous improvement. Get a little better every single day." Unknown
I've developed the habit of reviewing how my day went in the evening when I'm ready to go to bed. I simply review my day and assess what I did well, if I hurt anyone throughout the day, and what I could possibly do better in the future. I keep it very simple and use this strategy to remain conscious of my actions and not live on autopilot like I did in my addiction. Let's try it NOW and in the future, you can use the questions below as a glue to take an inventory of your day.
Did I do my best today in all situations? If not, where can I make improvements?
Did I hurt anyone intentionally or without realizing it? If so, how can I make amends immediately?
Did I reach out to help at least one person? Who and how will I help another human being at the next opportunity?
Today I will remember that I do not have to be perfect I just have to make progress.
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