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If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten.

What is the first thing that you do when you get up? What do you do next? And what do you do after that? If you take some time and analyze this, you will find something oddly interesting. You would find that you do the same thing each and every day, but you expect a different outcome. Now that is quite amusing if you think about it.

Imagine you have a farm and you are planting seeds for crops. What will you get when you plant a crop for let's say Tomato? Will you expect to get a Potato or Spinach or Pineapple? NO! You only sow what you reap. Similarly, if you do the same things over and over again each day, nothing MAGICAL is going to happen. If you want something different to happen, you need to do things differently.

Most people get caught up in the trap of wanting to do new things but not being able to focus and take out time for themselves. They make plans for the next day to get up early, hit they gym, eat healthy breakfast, meditate for half an hour, be productive all day at work, spend time with the family after returning and so on. But the problem arises when you are unable to wake up early the next day and the whole system crashes. By any chance if you do wake up early, you go to the gym, you will be too tired for the rest of the things. This goes on forever and leaves you unable to achieve what you really want. 

To overcome this frustration, you need to understand that you CAN NOT, you ABSOLUTELY CAN NOT do everything at once. One method that I have developed over the years for the same is very easy to do. It takes no effort at all, but will give you great results in a very short span of time. I am going to share it with you so that you can do different things each day and have a healthier life.

The first and the most important step is the "3 day Analysis". Your life will automatically start to mould itself to your advantage if you just do the "3 day analysis". What you do if pretty simple - At the end of the day, just before you go to bed, write down everything that happened today in chronological order. By everything, I do not mean that you write every minute detail of the day. What I mean is write events that happened with a time associated next to it. So, if you woke up at 8:30, write - Woke up - 8:30. Got ready to leave for work - 9:30 and so on. Just do this for 3 days or you can keep doing this on a daily basis. Keeping a daily journal is the best habit that one can develop.

Next step is to see eliminate unnecessary activities and events. By doing an analysis of your day, you are now able to see which activities are not important to you but you still do them and waste time. After this simple exercise, your subconsciously mind will program itself to remember to stop the next time you are doing that activity. Very very simple and very very effective. Within a week's time, you will have eliminated things which you do not care about and made time for things which you do care about. 

The final step is where you incorporate just ONE of the things that you love to do. If you want to know what actually makes you happy, have a look at the article I wrote before about Finding what makes you happy. Be sure to start small and with just ONE thing. This is the most important thing to take care of. If you start doing too many things, you will end up doing nothing. Also, make sure to do it in small increments. Suppose if your aim was to get up early in the morning but you currently wake up at 9:00 O' clock. You will NOT be able to wake up at 7:00 AM on the very first day. What you need to do is make small changes. Start by waking up fifteen minutes earlier than the previous day. It may take you a week to reach 7:00 AM wake up time, but you will be able to do it effortlessly and with consistency.

I hope that you use this technique wisely and get great results from the same. Stay motivated and positive. Wish you all a great day ahead :)!