Back To Tracking.
Whenever I am trying to regroup my mind and groove I start tracking my time. Knowing where you spend your minutes while you are awake is truly eye opening. Have you ever tracked how long it takes you to get ready? Or how you are on your phone checking instagram, how about how long you spend at happy hour?
I picked this concept up from one of my favorite books called “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy. In his book, Darren talks about “tracking” as being your personal score card. I like that I idea. Tracking my whole day allows me to see where I can improve immediately.
It also helps me practice discipline and awareness. I use the timer on my iPhone to track every activity I do throughout the day. Each time I switch doing something, I hit the lap button. When I am going to bed, I stop it and look through the laps. Analyzing the day.
If you’re trying to improve part of some part of your life. I suggest you try tracking. It kinda fun and addicting.
Much love guys.
Here is #HighFiveFriday week 048
1: Quote: Be brutally Honest With Yourself.
2: Podcast: Become A Savage & Live On Your Own Terms | David Goggins on Impact Theory
3: Music: Shazam Top 2018 Tracks. - Memorabilia.
4: Personal Thought: Stop opening up to everyone. This helps keep professional relationships pro, it leaves any feelings at the door.
5: What I’m Working on. Being consistent at waking up early and starting my tracker.