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Daily Ritual: How To Successfully Plan For Tomorrow

The end of each day calls for celebration for employees. As soon as the clock strikes knock-off time, they search for their belongings, walk...

The end of each day calls for celebration for employees.

As soon as the clock strikes knock-off time, they search for their belongings, walk to the door and log out their names.

By @Comic24Derick

In their cars back home, they try to forget about the day’s work, and rather focusing on other things. But if you are an entrepreneur your day cannot conclude the same way.

Before you complete the day, you must have a clear working plan for the following day written on paper. And this comes the task for the following day.

“End each day with ‘Tomorrow’ on paper,” recommends Chris Ducker. “Along with creating a set of morning rituals (as outlined in Habit #1) I recommend ending each day with a brief planning session of what tomorrow will look like.”

Take time to review your day and what you need to focus on the following day.

Chris Ducker said: “This planning session should take no more than 10-minutes and should include the following items: Morning ritual time: Even if you’ve learned how to get yourself up on auto-pilot I still recommend writing down your protected morning time.

“This habit will reinforce the importance of this time, while also increasing the likelihood of you sticking to it.”

“This habit will reinforce the importance of this time, while also increasing the likelihood of you sticking to it.” (Image: 
It's not always that what you plan to achieve works out always the way you plan. If that is the case, strategies are meant to be altered to suit the current situation.

“Business success requires the ability to adapt to changing situations. Nothing ever goes exactly as planned. The world of business is full of surprises and unforeseen events,” the Balance Small Business suggests.

Be flexible in what you do. Challenges come to everyone and it does not come to harm but to strengthen you.

The Balance Small Business said: “Using the habit of adaptability allows business owners to respond to circumstances with the ability to change course and act without complete information. Being flexible allows us to respond to changes without being paralyzed with fear and uncertainty.”

Never underestimate the power of words. Always take down notes, it shows the importance you attach to everything that you are doing. Whatever you write, you will take it seriously.

“Write it down,” urges Christina Desmarais.

She uses Deborah Conrad, chief marketing officer at Grand Rounds’ experience who said: “I am a list maker and note taker. I have a new notebook that I start every month, and I always have it with me.

“I use it for making notes in meetings. But I also like to capture ideas when they come to me, inspirations or phrases from others, and of course, the to-do lists.”

Something that you write down becomes part of you, and you will follow it through. 

“Find that when I write something down, I tend to remember it in a lot more detail than if I jotted a note in my phone or on my computer. For me, there is something about the act of writing that makes it stick with me.”

Always include your friends and family in the matrix of your business. Why? Because these are always around you. They know and understand you better than people who read and see you from afar or on social media.

One family relationship said: “The next habit is probably not what you’re expecting but it’s to spend time with friends and family.”

“You may be a machine when it comes to building e-commerce store, but none of us are machines through and through. We all depend on the human connection to feel like we’re living a fuller life.”

The fortune you create will automatically build your name, so family matters.

“And after all, a lot of us dream of having success and being successful entrepreneurs so that we can support our friends and family and do whatever we want with them, go on vacations with them, spend more time with them, and so on,” added

Listening to other entrepreneurs is vital for personal growth, according to the CB Nation.

It said: “Before I started my own business, I was a speaker for Anthony Robbins and we were required to work out before we started our day. (I was in such great shape then!) Now, as a business owner myself, I still carry on this habit if I’m traveling. I listen to Tony Robbins “Hour of Power.”

Most importantly, you need to take control of what is happening in your life.

“It leads you through breath walking, and visualization of your day and puts you in the best mindset! If you don’t know what your goals are and are not continuously focusing on what you want out of the day, at best you will be reacting to the day’s distractions. As an entrepreneur, you must take control of your day,” added the CB Nation.

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