Routine is a usual pattern of activity at regular intervals. The usual sequence for a set of activities. Something repetitive like a procedureCircadian Rhythm - Cycles.

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Having a healthy routine is a great way to reach a goal and a great way to stay on track. A routine is also a great way to examine the things that work and the things that don't work. This is why a routine needs to be flexible and adaptable, because you don't want to be too strict that you do more harm than good. You need to mix it up once in a while and also take a break now and then, and be aware of the changes that you experience. You need to be aware of things that you like to do everyday, things that you know are beneficial to you, things that also helps you to maintain a little structure in your life. Things like the activity of learning, because the most important routine is educating yourself and being more knowledgeable and understanding of yourself and the world around you. Having a routine is a good way to find your rhythm. Having a routine is also a great way to exercise your control, and at the same time, it's also a great way to create a baseline, so that you can measure any changes that you may be experiencing in your life. The human body performs best on a regular schedule. So you need a routine. A routine that you can easily do anywhere, or anytime. But you also have to know when to break routine, and you have to be able to handle things when your routine gets disrupted. When your routine is interrupted, you should see what you can learn from it. You should know what it's like when you can't do your normal routine. You have to know when you need to take a break, and know when to recalibrate, and know when to modify your routine so that you could adapt to changes in your life. The routine should be flexible and always be open to new information and spontaneity. A routine should have several steps and have several objectives. The routine should always have certain responsibilities. With a few of those responsibilities being your state of mind, your physical well being, and the well being of others and the well being of the planet. A routine is not a routine when it turns into a bad habit. So if you make learning a habit and a daily ritual, you will eventually cure every bad habit that this world is suffering from.

Baseline - System Check - Structure - Schedule - Program - Time Management - Goals - Awareness - Control

Maintenance - Prevention - Procedures - What Not to Do List - Staying Positive - Mantras

Regimen is a systematic plan for a prescribed course of medical treatment or therapy. A way of life or a diet for the promotion of health or the restoration of health.

Ritual is a sequence of activities involving gestures, words, and objects, performed in a sequestered place, and performed according to set sequence. Traditions without blind conformity.

Creature of Habit is a person who follows an unvarying routine and usually does the same thing at the same time each day, rather than doing new and different things and having variety.

Rehearsed a form of practicing, to ensure that all details of the subsequent performance are adequately prepared and coordinated. Training.

Rehearsal is an activity in the performing arts that occurs as preparation for a performance in music, theatre, dance and related arts, such as opera, musical theatre and film production. It is undertaken as a form of practicing, to ensure that all details of the subsequent performance are adequately prepared and coordinated.

Reprise is to repeat an earlier theme of a composition. Cycle.

Repeat is to say something again or perform something again. Do over or occur again.

Repeated is something recurring again and again. Succession.

Repetition is something that is repeated. The act of doing or performing again. The repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device.

Performance measurement is the process of collecting, analyzing and reporting information regarding the performance of an individual, group, organization, system or component.

Octopus Watch, the training wheels for good habits. The first icon-based watch that teaches kids good habits and the concept of time.

Time Management - 20 Minutes a Day - Efficient - Effective - Mantra

System is a complex of methods or rules governing behavior. A procedure or process for obtaining an objective. An ordered manner; orderliness by virtue of being methodical and well organized.

Mindset - Systems - Controls - You Can't Do Everything

Structure is the complex composition of knowledge as elements and their combinations. The people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships

Structure - Child Development

"You should not change your life so spontaneously, changes should come slowly and wisely."

Transitions in linguistics are words or phrases that show the relationship between paragraphs or sections of a text or speech. Transitions provide greater cohesion by making it more explicit or signaling how ideas relate to one another. Transitions are "bridges" that "carry a reader from section to section." Transitions guide a reader through steps of logic, increments of time, or through physical space. Transitions "...connect words and ideas so that your readers don't have to do the mental work for you.

Linking Words (PDF) - Transition into intelligence. Positivity - Skin - Whispers

Journaling or writing in a diary is a great way to document your thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Journaling allows you to witness things that are happening in our daily life and identify any problems that you may be experiencing, sometimes with more clarity and sometimes with a new perspective. It's also a good way to track any symptoms day-to-day so that you can recognize any triggers and learn ways to better control them. Set aside a few minutes every day to write, and keep a pen and paper handy at all times, even if using a computer. Write whatever feels right. Your journal doesn't need to follow any certain structure. It's your own private place to discuss whatever you want. Let the words flow freely. Don't worry about spelling mistakes or what other people might think. Use your journal as you see fit. You don't have to share your journal with anyone. If you do want to share some of your thoughts with trusted friends and loved ones, you could show them parts of your journal.

Habit Stacking or Habit Chaining is pairing a habit  with new habits or the process that involves grouping together small activities into a routine, which you link to a habit already set in your day. This makes the routine memorable and anchors your new habits to an existing trigger. Habit stacking is a strategy you can use to group together small changes into a routine that you follow daily. One of the best ways to build a new habit is to identify a current habit you already do each day and then stack your new behavior on top. Rather than pairing your new habit with a particular time and location, you pair it with a current habit. For example, after I pour my cup of coffee each morning, I will meditate for one minute. After I meditate for sixty seconds, I will write my to-do list for the day. And, after I sit down to dinner, I will say one thing I’m grateful for that happened today. Synaptic pruning occurs with every habit you build. Your brain builds a strong network of neurons to support your current behaviors. The more you do something, the stronger and more efficient the connection becomes.


Subroutine is a sequence of program instructions that perform a specific task, packaged as a unit. This unit can then be used in programs wherever that particular task should be performed. Subprograms may be defined within programs, or separately in libraries that can be used by multiple programs. In different programming languages, a subroutine may be called a procedure, a function, a routine, a method, or a subprogram. The generic term callable unit is sometimes used. System Integration is defined as the process of bringing together the component subsystems into one system and ensuring that the subsystems function together as a system.

Routines are good, but you need to avoid being totally automatic all the time. You need to put things in perspective before you act. Always ask these 5 questions before you do something. Is the action needed now? When was the last time that this action was performed? What are your priorities? What are your options? And are these options based on your accumulated knowledge and wisdom, or are they based on a feeling or mood that you're in? If you can answer those 5 questions before you act, you will definitely increase your awareness, and you will also have more control over your autonomous behaviors.

It's a good idea to change your Daily routine especially when it comes to food: For a week you should stop eating the same food, this way you can examine any physical or mental changes that may occur. Doing this type of research could save your life. It's hard to notice adverse effects from certain foods and drinks when your body as adapted to a new state, so you may feel normal, but you are not. Stopping or changing habits is the only way to be sure how that choice effects you, whether the effect is positive or negative.

Sub-Text - Sub Conscious

Note: If you do break your routine, just remember that you can easily forget things, lose things and make mistakes, mostly because you are not totally aware because your routine is almost second nature and automatic. So be aware when a routine is changed or modified. Example: I always put my keys in this place, but for some reason I put my keys somewhere else, so it took me a while to find my keys.

Cycles - Repeating

Cycle is a periodically repeated sequence of events. Cause to go through a recurring sequence. An interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs. A single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon. Cycle can also mean the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second. Cycle can also mean a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals. To ride a bicycle. List of Cycles (wiki) - Cycle Types (wiki)

Biorhythm is any regular recurring motion. Rhythm is an attempt to predict various aspects of a person's life through simple mathematical cycles. Time Management - Seasons.

Phenology is the study of periodic events in biological life cycles and how these are influenced by seasonal and interannual variations in climate, as well as habitat factors. Migration.

Biological Life Cycle is a series of changes in form that an organism undergoes, returning to the starting state. A series of stages of the life of an organism, that begins as a zygote, often in an egg, and concludes as an adult that reproduces, producing an offspring in the form of a new zygote which then itself goes through the same series of stages, the process repeating in a cyclic fashion.

Biological life cycle of procreation.

Birth - Life - Death - Repeat or Rebirth of the Soul.

Life Cycle is the series of changes in the life of an organism, including reproduction. The sequence of life stages that an organism undergoes from birth to reproduction ending with the generation of the offspring. Death (cycle of life).

"Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end."

Circle of Life means that we start at the end and end in the beginning. Our lives, from beginning to end resemble a complete full circle. No matter how big or small the circle is, it ends in the exact same way for everyone. The circle of life is a philosophical concept and a phrase used to describe how we are born, grow up, fall in love, have children, grow old and then die, meanwhile the next generation is being born and goes on to complete the natural circle of life. The eight stages of the life cycle are: infant, toddler, child, youth, young adult, parent, grandparent, and elder/traditional teacher.

Tibetan Book of the Dead - Borromean Rings - Spirals

Ensō is a circle that is hand-drawn in one or two uninhibited brushstrokes to express a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. The ensō symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and mu (the void). It is characterized by a minimalism born of Japanese aesthetics.

Law of Rhythm states that everything is cyclical and change is always around the corner. This law is the process of moving in and out of various phases in life, or experiencing seasons of change. Laws of Nature.

Nutrient Cycle is the movement and exchange of organic and inorganic matter back into the production of matter. Energy flow is a unidirectional and noncyclic pathway, whereas the movement of mineral nutrients is cyclic. Mineral cycles include the carbon cycle, sulfur cycle, nitrogen cycle, water cycle, phosphorus cycle, oxygen cycle, among others that continually recycle along with other mineral nutrients into productive ecological nutrition.

Diurnal Cycle is any pattern that recurs every 24 hours as a result of one full rotation of the planet Earth around its axis. Earth's rotation causes surface temperature fluctuations throughout the day and night, as well as weather changes throughout the year. The diurnal cycle depends mainly on incoming solar radiation. A semi-diurnal cycle refers to a pattern that occurs about every twelve hours or about twice a day. Often these can be related to lunar tides, in which case the interval is closer to 12 hours and 25 minutes.

Water Cycle - Seasons - Periodic Intervals - Sowing - Patterns - Orbits - Feedback - Cause and Effect - Expand Contract - Adapting

Cyclical Pattern is something that repeats with some regularity over several years. Cyclical patterns differ from seasonal patterns in that cyclical patterns occur over multiple years, whereas seasonal patterns occur within one year. One example of a cyclical pattern, the business cycle, is from macroeconomics.

History Repeats Itself - Rumors - Chorus - Mantras

Relay Race is where members of a team take turns completing parts of racecourse or performing a certain action. Impermanence.

Baseline - Core Self - Orienting - State of Mind

Baseline is a standard by which things are measured or compared.

Your baseline is when you feel at your best and you feel healthy and energetic. You are fully rested and you're not hungry. You're experiencing no stress and you're not on any drugs or medications. Knowing your baseline is extremely important. You need to have awareness, and you have to know what to be aware of, which takes a lot of learning. So your baseline also includes everything that you know so far at the present moment, which makes your current level of knowledge the standard that you measure everything else against. To define yourself is not easy. And to know when your body changes or when your thinking changes, is also not easy. To attempt a self verification, you would need to have a lot of information. So to accurately know where your baseline is, you will need to answer a few questions first. Are you sleeping good? How do you Know? How is your memory? How do you Know? Do you know what eating healthy is and are you eating healthy? Have you changed your diet in any way lately? Are you exercising enough? Are you learning enough and staying up-to-date on what is known? Are you sitting for long periods of time? Are you suffering from any addictions? Are you on any medications? Is your environment healthy? Are any of your relationships stressful? Is you work stressful? Can you accurately describe the kind of person you are, or the kind of person you use to be? Can you accurately describe your beliefs, your values, and your abilities? To say "I feel like myself again" is a profound statement, because you are extremely lucky to know the difference. Seeing Both Sides.

Homeostasis is the state of steady internal, physical, and chemical conditions maintained by living systems. This is the condition of optimal functioning for the organism and includes many variables, such as body temperature and fluid balance, being kept within certain pre-set limits or homeostatic range. Other variables include the pH of extracellular fluid, the concentrations of sodium, potassium and calcium ions, as well as that of the blood sugar level, and these need to be regulated despite changes in the environment, diet, or level of activity. Each of these variables is controlled by one or more regulators or homeostatic mechanisms, which together maintain life.

Your Center is finding your footing on unstable ground, figuratively speaking. It means grounding yourself in truth and rediscovering your essence. It means feeling well, stable, inspired, and hopeful.

Core Values are a set of values that are the foundation of who you are as a morally based person. Core values include logic, intelligence and compassion which acts as your moral compass that will help you to stay grounded, connected and focused.

Schema - Mindset - Mantra - Foundation - Human Values - Human Nature - Human Operating System - Resilience - Playing by your own Rules

Core Self-Evaluations represent a stable personality trait which encompasses an individual's subconscious, fundamental evaluations about themselves, their own abilities and their own control. People who have high core self-evaluations will think positively of themselves and be confident in their own abilities. Conversely, people with low core self-evaluations will have a negative appraisal of themselves and will lack confidence. It's a good idea to take inventory and do a personal audit.

My Core Values. I don't make assumptions, and I limit my fantasies so that I can be more mindful of my thoughts and daydream more productively. I am considerate of other people and I always try to do the right thing. I understand my responsibilities for maintaining a healthy body and a healthy mind, so I do the things that are necessary to stay healthy. I also keep educating myself and try to learn something new everyday. I try to objectively measure my actions so that I can understand my actions more accurately and also make decisions more accurately. I still make mistakes, but I recognize my mistakes and I learn from my mistakes, and I also learn from my experiences. So I'm always learning, always improving, always developing, and always progressing.

Core is the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience. The central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work. A small group of indispensable persons or things. The center of an object.

Default Settings are the standard configurations or the original settings, or the behaviors of a system, software, or device. A default setting is what you started with or what you had fresh out of the box before making any customizations.

Default in computer science refers to the preexisting value of a user-configurable setting that is assigned to a software application, computer program or device. Such settings are also called presets or factory presets, especially for electronic devices. Default is an option that is selected automatically unless an alternative is specified. (But sometimes the mind is not sure where you left off).

Rebooting - Working Memory - Personal Mantra

Base Vibration are the good, positive thoughts, feelings and actions that creates a high vibrational frequency or a natural frequency. An Optimum Vibrational State is a condition that we can reach with our energy body. Thinking bad about others or dwelling in negativity creates a low vibrational frequency.

Checking in with yourself means to make intentional steps to pay attention to how you feel on an emotional, mental, and physical level. Asking yourself questions and setting aside time to check in with yourself regularly can reveal more about your mental health and emotional needs.

Reality Check - Systems Check - Updates

What is your state of mind? Are you in autopilot? Are you distracted? Are you critically thinking and engaged? What are the questions you would ask yourself to do a state of mind check? What do you see? How do you feel? What do you hear? What do you smell? What do you taste? What do you think? What are your vital signs? Do you have a check list?

Mental State is a state of mind that a person is in. Are you feeling uneasy or relaxed? Are you rested and focused or stressed with thoughts weighing heavy on your mind? Do you know how to accurately describe your mental state? What is your preferred mental state? How would you compare it to other mental states?

Touching Base is a little reminder, this is what I know so far, checking for progress, checking for errors. What changes have I noticed in myself and in my surroundings? What have I learned now? Should I modify my plans or goals in any way? What is the over all picture of your life?

Check Yourself before you Wreck Yourself means that you should consider the consequences of your actions before you end up in trouble. To be very careful in one's actions or speech, so as not to do or say something harmful or offensive. Step back and examine your actions, because you are in a potentially dangerous or sticky situation that could get bad very easily.

Compass Point are the people you depend on in times of need. People who will be there for you when you lose yourself or get lost and forget who you are. People you think about when you're trying to reconnect with who you are.

In order to find your way back home and reconnect with your center, you need to leave trial markers, reminders, clues, passwords, and questions. Anything that will help you reestablish yourself.

Orienting is to find one's position in relation to new and strange surroundings. Finding your center or core self and connecting with your root self.

Calibration - Frame of Reference - Longevity

Reorientation is the action of familiarization with something again, or the act of figuring out again where you are in relationship to your environment in order to adapt or to change focus or change the direction of something if needed, or to change a set of attitudes and beliefs if needed.

Orienting Response is an organism's immediate response to a change in its environment, when that change is not sudden enough to elicit the startle reflex. Navigation - Anger Management.

Oikeiôsis internal forms include joining or uniting of the self as well as of one's constitution, and external forms include familiarization with other people and an orientation towards external goods. Oikeiôsis is a technical term variously translated as "appropriation," "orientation," "familiarization," "affinity," "affiliation," and "endearment." Oikeiôsis signifies the perception of something as one’s own, as belonging to oneself. The theory of oikeiôsis can be traced back to the work of the first Stoic philosopher, Zeno of Citium. The Stoic philosopher Hierocles saw it as the basis for all animal impulses as well as human ethical action. According to Porphyry, "those who followed Zeno stated that oikeiôsis is the beginning of justice".

Shifting Baseline is a type of change to how a system is measured, usually against previous reference points (baselines), which themselves may represent significant changes from an even earlier state of the system.

Awareness - Perspective - Biases - System Check

Reconnect with your core self several times a day. Remind yourself of your controls, your knowledge, your disciplines and everything that you have learned so far. Imagine seeing yourself holding a sign that reminds you of your goals...First sign says "Remember why you're here", second sign says "you're on an amazing journey", third sign says "Live, Learn, Love and Progress."

Baseline in Pharmacology and matters of biochemistry describes a person's state of mind or being with the absence of drugs. For example, after an LSD trip, baseline would be the point where the user is completely under control and no longer experiences any effects.

Baseline in Medicine is information found at the beginning of a study or other initial known value which is used for comparison with later data. The concept of a baseline is essential to the daily practice of medicine in order to establish a relative rather than absolute meaning to data. The meaning of Baseline in Medicine is very similar to that of the running baseline (baseball) being the direct path that a base runner is taking to the base he is in route to. If the base runner is outside the 3 foot margin around his running baseline, then he is considered out. Whereas if a patient with kidney failure (whose creatinine is usually 3.0 mg/dL) suddenly has a creatinine of 5.0 mg/dL, then his creatinine is out of his normal. For that person with kidney failure, absolute normal no longer applies because he will never again be able to obtain an absolutely normal creatinine level (0.5-1.2 mg/dL) with kidneys that no longer function properly. Science.

Baseline Configuration Management is an agreed description of the attributes of a product, at a point in time, which serves as a basis for defining change. A "change" is a movement from this baseline state to a next state. The identification of significant changes from the baseline state is the central purpose of baseline identification. Functional Baseline: initial specifications established; contract, etc.. Allocated Baseline: state of work products after requirements are approved. Developmental Baseline: state of work products amid development. Product Baseline: contains the releasable contents of the project. others, based upon proprietary business practices. Memory Cues and Triggers.

Base Rate refers to the (base) class probabilities unconditioned on featural evidence, frequently also known as prior probabilities. For example, if it were the case that 1% of the public were "medical professionals", and 99% of the public were not "medical professionals", then the base rate of medical professionals is simply 1%. Fallacies.

Checklist - To Do List - Reminders

Checklist is a list of items, names, tasks or things that are required to be done that are checked off when they are completed. A checklist is a type of procedure that is used as a reminder to do certain things, or a type of informational job aid that is used to reduce failure by helping people to remember things. This helps to ensure consistency and completeness in carrying out a task. A basic example is the "to do list." A more advanced checklist would be a schedule, which lays out tasks to be done according to time of day or other factors. A primary task in checklist is documentation of the task and auditing against the documentation. Checklists are an incredible tool that helps reduce mistakes, it can also help with discipline, time management and focus.

Managing - Schedules - Task Scheduler - Popup Reminders - To Do List - Goals

Calendars (12 Month on one "8.5 X "11.0 page) - Time Management.

Time Check is to verify the time at regular intervals so as to keep on schedule or to make decisions based on the current time.

Notebook is a small book or binder of paper pages, often ruled, used for purposes such as recording notes or memoranda, writing, drawing or scrapbooking.

How to Bullet Journal (youtube) - BJ - Development Process

Morning Sidekick Journal Hack your habits using science-based research. Make it fun + easy to wake up at 5am & own your day.

External Memory Tools - Computer Program

Mind Checklist - System Check - Reality Check - Sanity Checklist (assessments) - Reboot - Meditation

Checklists for all Occasions - Checklists

Check List for Check Lists (image) - Travel Checklist (PDF) - Travel Tips

The Checklist Manifesto is a 2009 non-fiction book by Atul Gawande. It was released on December 22, 2009.

Listicle is an article that is structured as a list, which is often fleshed out with additional text relating to each item. A typical listicle will prominently feature a cardinal number in its title, with subsequent subheadings within the text itself reflecting this schema. The word is a portmanteau derived from list and article. It has also been suggested that the word evokes "popsicle", emphasising the fun but "not too nutritious" nature of the listicle.

Quotidian is something found in the ordinary course of events. Occurring every day; Daily.

Exercising - Procedure - Religion - Rituals

Start with the awareness of your breathing and then move slowly from total awareness of your inner self to having total awareness of your surroundings. What you do next in this routine is up to you, depending on what responsibilities and objectives you may have.

"Remember, there are no two routines that are exactly alike."

Change - Define things

Repertoire is a list or set of creative works which a company or person is prepared to perform.

Recursion is the process of repeating items in a self-similar way.

Like in the movie Total Recall,, what would you use to remind yourself of the type of person you were? What tools or techniques would you use to confirm what is real and what is not real?

Who would you trust? Who would you believe? Who are you?

How do you start everyday with that same wonderful feeling, that feeling of pleasure that you get when you experience something new for the first time...When you first wake up, remember that feeling...Is everything related to what we remember? It seems our Memory is more then just a tool.

Behavior Daily Routines - Behaviors - Learning Methods - Child Development

Living by someone else's schedule, or being out of your element, may make you feel uncomfortable, and you may also find it hard to adjust to this new environment. Especially when the new environment is more physically or mentally demanding. You have to find ways to adjust and be more prepared for when you know that you're going to be out of your normal schedule. Like training for a long hike, or studying for a test, the more prepared you are, the less stress you will feel and the better your experience will be. That goes for everything in life. And it's hard to describe the effects of a new environment until you have returned to your normal environment and have understood the differences, whether they are bad or good. There is efficiency and effectiveness in having a personal routine, but they can also have a downside when we have to adjust to a new schedule, or adjust to a new environment or routine. So how long does it take to adjust to a new environment, or a new routine, or a new schedule? When will things feel normal again? The time it takes will very from person to person. But you should know how long it takes for you to adjust, this way you are more prepared for the reality of a new situation.

I Feel Something - Tingles

Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is an experience characterized by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine. It has been compared with auditory-tactile synesthesia. ASMR signifies the subjective experience of "low-grade euphoria" characterized by "a combination of positive feelings and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin". It is most commonly triggered by specific acoustic, visual and digital media stimuli, and less commonly by intentional attentional control.

Gentle Whispering (youtube) - Humming - Movie Soundtracks - Oxytocin - Goose Bumps - Frisson - Touching - Full Body Orgasm - Feelings - Nervous System - Meridian Response - Brain Waves - Biofeedback

Ideophone are words that evoke an idea in sound, often a vivid impression of certain sensations or sensory perceptions, e.g. sound, movement, color, shape, or action. Ideophones are found in many of the world's languages, though they are claimed to be relatively uncommon in Western languages.

Sound - HZ - Magnetics - Subliminal Psychophysics - Hypnosis - The Power of Words - Positivity - Inner Monologue - Phonics - Words that Resonate - Sleep Learning

Resonance is the quality imparted to voiced speech sounds by the action of the resonating chambers of the throat and mouth and nasal cavities. A relationship of mutual understanding or trust and agreement between people. A natural frequency of the resonating system.

The conscious ability to cause goosebumps or voluntarily generated piloerection.

Shivers - Ed Sheeran (youtube) - And when you're close up, give me the shivers.

Shivers is an almost pleasurable sensation of fright. To tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement. A reflex motion caused by cold, fear or excitement. To shake as a result of being cold.

Fans of ASMR videos are more sensitive to their surroundings and feelings, study finds. They are also more attuned to their bodily sensations such as noticing physical changes when experiencing emotions.

Routine Samples - Examples of Routines

Awake - Waking up after sleeping.

Daily Chores Review dreams that you can remember having during last nights sleep. Document and Analyze your dreams if needed.


Before you even put one foot on the floor, stretch your body as wide as possible when laying in your bed.

Rise out of Bed. Power pose, arms up in a V Star Exercise, Smile, and then close your eyes, and now smile on the inside. (you can also do this several times a day).

Release all tension from your face, and then the rest of your body. Release all negative energy from your body. (do this several times a day) Release all tension from your face when lying in bed and avoid grinding your teeth. When you do release tension form your face you must understand why you were tense? What thoughts made you feel stressed? And the reason for stress may not be the original thoughts that started the stress. When you're unhappy, then you are more susceptible to unhappy thoughts. One sad memory leads to the next, one worry leads to the next. So that is why you need to be aware of how you feel several times a day. A systems check is essential to controlling thoughts and feelings so that you are more alert, more balanced, and in a better mood. Muscles of the body sometimes remain semi-contracted for an extended period. Muscle tension is typically caused by the physiological effects of stress.

Productivity Manifesto Structure: You have to have some kind of structure in your life. A job does not give a person's life structure, even though a job could have structure, a job is mostly about responsibilities. If you want to have structure in your life you need to create structure yourself, no single outside influence can give a person structure. Structure comes from defining your most important responsibilities that you have for maintaining a healthy mind and body, and than balancing those responsibilities with all the other responsibilities that you have in your life, like family, friends, school and working. Run your life like a business, but remember, your life is the most important business. Life needs balance. So you will need the skills and the knowledge to maintain that balance. You want to get things done effectively and efficiently without sacrificing your mind and body. In order to do this you need to take regular breaks and work smarter, not harder. Prioritize, intelligently plan your day, make the schedule for your day, make goals, and write your to do lists. Learn to focus, learn to discipline yourself, learn time management. Think of creative ways to get things done. Create effective methods for accomplishing tasks. Set the rules that help maintain focus and help avoid interruptions.

Learn to approach problems intelligently.

I know that I have a lot of things to do each day, and I know that I have a lot of things to think about each day. But that's no excuse for not experiencing more moments of happiness during the day. I know that feeling stressed out does not make me more productive or make me more focused. But I don't want happiness to give me a false sense of security or make me feel complacent.

Routine Info-Graph (image photo)

My Productive 5am Morning Routine - (Hitomi Mochizukie) (youtube)

Time Management doesn't have to be boring or mundane. And no one is saying that you have to give up being spontaneous. So incorporating more happiness into your life can easily be done. Smile big, take a deep breath. and remember that you can't do everything. But you do need to take a few breaks from everything for a few moments each day. Your life needs balance, a moment of reflection, a moment of appreciation, a moment of relaxation, a moment of regeneration, a moment with earth. So now I will make it a habit to feel happier more often during the day. I will also make it a habit not to feel stressed out about things. I will just do what needs to be done, logically, responsibly, orderly, timely, and happily.

"Starting your day thinking positive can may make all the difference in having a good day." "When you wake up, Smile Big."

20 Minutes - 2 Minute Rule - 1 Minute Principle

20 Minute Blocks - If you can set aside 20 minutes each day for a task, and commit yourself to completing that task, you can accomplish something that's beneficial and rewarding, which could put you in a good mood and motivate you to accomplish more beneficial tasks.

These are Some of the Things that you can do for 20 Minutes Each Day. Exercise for 20 minutes each day, and have verity in your workouts. Meditate or take a break to do some free thinking for 20 minutes each day. Spend time in silence or someplace quite if you can. Spend 20 minutes each day keeping in touch with friends, family and co-workers. Spend 20 minutes a day learning something valuable and learning new knowledge that will increase your understanding of yourself and the world around you. Spend 20 minutes a day organizing things to do, evaluating your responsibilities, and going over routines that you are currently doing regularly, and so on. Spend 20 minutes a day practicing self-control, practice focusing, and learning a new skill or hobby.

Even if you spend just 5 minutes a day on a task, you can still benefit, especially if you spend a little time organizing just some of your responsibilities, you could save time in the future. And if you can do all these things, that adds up to only 2 hours and 20 minutes each day. And if you sleep for 8 hours each day, that leaves you with 13.5 hours to do anything else that you need to do, like work, socialize, travel, have fun, eat, clean, and so on. The key is commitment.

2 Minute Rule (Changing Habits) - Mindful - 2 Minute Meditation.

1 Minute Principle. Japanese technique against laziness is the Principle Of 1 Minute. This is a great technique for starting out slowly so that you don't get discouraged. Engaged in a certain activity for exactly one minute everyday at the same time. the activity can be directed towards a goal or to break a habit. You can gradually increase from one minute to five-minutes and eventually for one half-hour. You now have a new routine and discipline.

20 Minute a Day Training (10,000 Hour Rule) - 80/20 Rule

30 for 30 is committing 30 minutes a day on a task for 30 days in a row. Goals.

Not every moment of every day needs to be scheduled. Positive Progression. I only have so much time.

Sometimes you need to mix it up. You need to take a break from your routine and do something different. You have to unplug every now and then. Pretend that you have no electricity, or pretend that there is no internet or phone, or no car. What would you do differently? Are you prepared to adapt to new challenges?

When you feel that there's nothing that you can do, that is when you are the most vulnerable to depression. There's always something positive to do. Don't let inconveniences slow you down or let things distract you, or make you forget about other choices and other options you have. When you lose someone or lose something, you need to adapt to a new situation. Prepare yourself by making a list. Like what to do during a power outage. Don't freak out because there's no power, you have other choices and other options. That is why having a plan is so important. You need to remind yourself that all is not lost, and that you will always have something else to do. When experiencing a crisis, remember your values, your goals and your friends.

Systems Check #1

Do some gentle body movements, do you notice any unusual feelings? Document and Analyze if needed. What's your baseline?

Take some Deep Breaths: Breath in and take a deep breath through the nose and then hold it for 4 seconds, then breath out completely and slowly through the mouth, then repeat 2 more times. - You are shallow breathing most of the day, so it's good to do some breathing exercises now and then. You can even do breathing exercises several times a day even if you exercise. And throughout the day it's a good idea to be mindful of calmly breathing in through the nose and then breathing out through the nose or mouth, and at the same time, release all the tension from your face, it's a great way to relax.

Recall yesterdays highlights and learning moments. Tips and Ideas.

Time Check is to verify the time at regular intervals so as to keep on schedule or to make decisions based on the current time. Time Management.

It's easy to lose touch with yourself. So it's good idea to know who you are. Know your baseline. Know the personality traits that make you a great person. Know your goals, and don't get distracted by negative thoughts or feelings. Don't judge or analyze yourself when you're tired or stressed. Wait till you're rested, and wait till you feel like yourself again before you start trying to analyze or judge yourself.

Drink a 8 oz. Glass of Clean Water every Morning. If needed, squeeze fresh lemon into your water or add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, experiment, and pay attention to how you feel. Understand the bodies PH levels.

Personal Mantra

Starting my Day. What's on the To Do List? Old List and New list. What's on the things that I need to Do For Me List? Like eat healthy, exercise, meditate, read something informative. What's on the Not to Do List (Bad Habits, behaviors, things I want to change).

Bathroom - Hygiene - Bathing. If you look in the mirror, always say something positive. "You are making the world a better place!" You should take more cold and cool showers then warm and hot showers.

Have a meeting with just yourself - Remember that you have a life, So what is it? And how is your life it going?

Make your bed, it doesn't have to be perfect, or does it need to be done the moment you wake up.

Phrases you should say everyday: "My human body feels, and my mind interprets these feelings. Then the knowledge I have learned helps me to decide what's the best thing that I should do next." "I know if I keep educating myself, I will continue to understand myself better and understand my world better, and I will continue to develop and advance, so my best is yet to come." "I can interact with my world and interact with others in many different ways. My interactions are important. Everything and everyone has value."

Make a joke that makes you laugh, or remember something funny that brings a big smile to your face. You need to be able to laugh at your self, because no one is perfect.

Systems Check: Do some gentle slow body movements, do you notice any unusual feelings? Document and Analyze if needed. Know your Baseline - Who are you?

Take Some Deep Breaths: Breath in and take a deep breath through the nose and then hold it for 4 seconds, then breath out completely and slowly through the mouth, then repeat 2 more times. Do this several times a day even if you exercise. You are Shallow Breathe most of the day so it's good to do some breathing exercises. This helps avoid the effects of to much shallow breathing.

Recall yesterdays highlights and learning moments. Tips and Ideas.

Drink a Glass of Clean Water. (squeeze fresh lemon into your water or add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, experiment).

Bathroom - Hygiene - Bathing

What's on the To Do List: Old List - New list - Do For Me List - What Not to Do List (Bad Habits).

Meeting with just yourself -You have a life, what is it? And how's it going?

Make your bed, it doesn't have to be perfect.

Eat a good Breakfast - Brush your Teeth.

System Check #2

How's your breathing? What do you smell? How does your breath smell? What do you see? What do you hear? What do you feel? Any pains or aches? Do some slow and gentle body movements.

Make your Schedule for Today. Things to do, meetings, appointments, goals, hobbies. E-mails - Phone calls. Focus and commit yourself to the most important goal first without distractions. Eat Healthy - Drink Healthy - Work Smart. Brush your teeth. Take a Break - Meditate. When sitting, relax every part of your body, release all negative energy from your body, especially your face. (you should do this several times a day). Do some Stretching and Bending Warm Ups. Exercise. Eat Healthy. Drink Healthy. Work Smart. Read something new and informative everyday, Keep learning.

Back to Work. Review your Responsibilities and Priorities. Phone Calls - E-mails.

Take a Break or take a Walk.

Watch a Documentary or Explore.

System Check: How's your breathing? How does your breath smell? What do you smell? What do you see? What do you hear? What do you feel? Any aches or pains? Do some gentle slow movements.

Take Some Deep Breaths: Breath in and take a deep breath through the nose and then hold it for 4 seconds, then breath out completely and slowly through the mouth, then repeat 2 more times. - You are shallow breathing most of the day, so it's good to do some breathing exercises now and then. You can even do breathing exercises several times a day even if you exercise. And throughout the day it's a good idea to be mindful of calmly breathing in through the nose and then breathing out through the nose or mouth, and at the same time, release all the tension from your face, it's a great way to relax.

Make Schedule: Things to do, meetings, appointments, goals, hobbies. E-mails - Phone calls - Meetings.

Time Check is to verify the time at regular intervals so as to keep on schedule or to make decisions based on the current time. Time Management.

Eat Healthy - Drink Healthy - Work Smart.

Take a Break - Meditate or Stretch and Bend.

Exercise - 20 Minutes

Eat Healthy - Drink Healthy - Work Smart.

Read: Something new and informative, Keep learning. Watch a Documentary.

Phone Calls - E-mails.

Systems Check #3

Deep Breaths, do some Gentle Body Movements, any unusual feelings? Document and Analyze if needed.

Review tomorrows Goals and Activities. List the important things that you want to accomplish tomorrow.

Brush your Teeth.

Make sure that your bed is right for you, make sure your bed is comfortable, supportive and the right size for you. Make sure that your pillows are right for you, pillows should be the correct size and firmness that supports your neck and your head evenly. Make sure that your blankets are right for you, you should have the right amount of blankets that are perfect for the current and expected temperature that will maintain your perfect body temperature all night long. Making sure that you're not too hot or not too cold will help you get enough sleep that is deep, rejuvenating and regenerating.

Take some calming deep breaths and calm your mind.
Relax every part of your body, especially your face.
Now Sleep.
Let it all go.
Enjoy those Incredible Dreams.
I will see you in the Morning.
I Love You.

Systems Check: Do some Gentle Body Movements, any unusual feelings? Document and Analyze if needed. Review tomorrows Goals and Activities.

Take Some Deep Breaths: Breath in and take a deep breath through the nose and then hold it for 4 seconds, then breath out completely and slowly through the mouth, then repeat 2 more times. - You are shallow breathing most of the day, so it's good to do some breathing exercises now and then. You can even do breathing exercises several times a day even if you exercise. And throughout the day it's a good idea to be mindful of calmly breathing in through the nose and then breathing out through the nose or mouth, and at the same time, release all the tension from your face, it's a great way to relax.

Brush Teeth - Sleep.

"Having a routine can help you to be more aware of yourself and your surroundings, and can also help maximize your efforts. So a little structure in your life could be beneficial, but you have to find out what works best for you."


Affirmations - Mantras - Words to Live By

Mantra is a sacred utterance, a numinous sound, a syllable, word or phonemes, or group of words in Sanskrit believed by practitioners to have psychological and spiritual powers. A mantra may or may not have syntactic structure or literal meaning. The word "mantra" originates from Sanskrit, where "man" means "mind" and "tra" means "instrument" or "tool." Mantras are powerful phrases, words, or sounds repeated either silently or aloud to aid in meditation, self-reflection, and personal growth. Mantras distinctly have a strong vibration sound that resonates through the whole body, creating a peaceful and lasting effect.
Affirmations are also a type of mantra as they help clear our minds, bring peace, and grow confidence. We repeat affirmations the same way we repeat mantras to let their meaning settle with us and become our reality. Mantra Meditation focuses on a word without paying attention to its meaning.

Affirmations is the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment. It's fostering a belief that a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will increase the chance of success in almost anything you do. Affirmation Meditation focuses on a word or phrase, paying close attention to its meaning. Mediation.

Not just words, but highly receptive and descriptive thoughts that the subconscious receives and interprets accurately.

Every thought that you have, and every word that you say can be an affirmation. If your thoughts and your words are filled with anger, resentment or sadness, then you will feel anger, resentment or sadness. But if you make your thoughts beautiful and use beautiful words, then the world will eventually be beautiful, not without problems, but still beautiful. No worries, no hurries and no juries. Beautiful. 

Core Values - Oaths - Mission Statement - The Power of Words - Prayer - Song Lyrics - Ritual - Mindful - Programming - Subconscious - Hypnosis

Incantation is a ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect.

Recitation is to repeat words aloud from memory that were prepared in advance. A systematic training by multiple repetitions. A regularly scheduled session as part of a course of study.

Invocation is a prayer asking God's help as part of a religious service. The act of appealing for help. An incantation used in conjuring or summoning a devil. Calling up a spirit or devil.

Chant is the speaking or singing of words or sounds, often primarily on one or two main pitches called reciting tones. Chants may range from a simple melody involving a limited set of notes to highly complex musical structures, often including a great deal of repetition of musical subphrases, such as Great Responsories and Offertories of Gregorian chant. Chant may be considered speech, music, or a heightened or stylized form of speech. In the later Middle Ages some religious chants evolved into song, forming one of the roots of later Western music.

Responsory is any psalm, canticle, or other sacred musical work sung responsorially or with a cantor or small group singing verses while the whole choir or congregation respond with a refrain. Refrain is the line or lines that are repeated in music or in poetry. Refrain can also mean to stop oneself from doing something. Rote Learning.

Hymn is to praise or celebrate something. A religious song or poem of praise to God or a god.

Anthem is a song of praise, to God or to a saint or to a nation.

Sequence is a chant or hymn sung or recited during the liturgical celebration of the Eucharist for many Christian denominations, before the proclamation of the Gospel.

Enchanted is influenced as by charms or incantations or a ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect.

Sound Symbolism is the idea that vocal sounds or phonemes carry meaning in and of themselves.

Phono-Semantic Matching is a linguistic term referring to camouflaged borrowing in which a foreign word is matched with a phonetically and semantically similar pre-existent native word/root.

Swamiji Singing Mantras (youtube)

Hare Krishna Mantra - "Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare"; These sixteen names are destructive of the evil effects of Kali. No better means than this is to be seen in all the Vedas.

Krishna Mahamantra – Hare Krishna Hare Ram by Om Voices (youtube)

Mindful - Mind Set - Professional Attitude - Thoughts

Can earworms be used to help change behaviors and reprogram intrusive thoughts?

Mnemonic is any learning technique that aids information retention in the human memory. Mnemonics make use of elaborative encoding, retrieval cues, and imagery as specific tools to encode any given information in a way that allows for efficient storage and retrieval. Mnemonics aid original information in becoming associated with something more meaningful—which, in turn, allows the brain to have better retention of the information.

Creating your own Personal Affirmation or Mantra

A personal mantra or a affirmation routine is a good way to remind yourself of who you are, and it's also a good way to remind yourself of your goals, dreams and your purpose in life. But there are a lot of things in life that can distract you, so you can easily go off track or lose your way. Things like not sleeping good could effect your routine. So sticking to a routine can be a challenge sometimes. Don't let bad sleep ruin your day. Don't let mistakes from yesterday ruin your day. Don't let current difficulties ruin your day. This is why having a mantra routine is extremely important. You need to remember your purpose in life. You are the one. People are counting on your work and your good nature. Let's see what incredible discoveries and experiences you will encounter today. Let's see what we can learn today. Now smile. Be the light and start shinning bright. People need your positivity and people need your energy. This is not just about you, this is about us. We need each other.

I have a Mission - I have Control - Connecting to your Higher Self - Core Values

Personal Mantra Example:

Personal Mantra Upon Wakening: "Good morning my friend. You made it. Welcome to another day of life on planet earth. The world is waiting for you."

When rising out of bed, do some gentle bending and stretching. Do some breathing exercises. Do some gentle tapping on the skin, especially on the areas that are beneficial. Release all the tension from your face, and then release all the tension from rest of your body. Now give a great big smile.

Remember your mission. Remember who you are. Remember all your good qualities that make you the person you are, and make you the person that you choose to be. Be thankful, be grateful, be good, and always be the best person you can be.

Recall your learning moments from yesterday. Acknowledge the accomplishments that you made yesterday, and acknowledge the things that you would like to accomplish today. You should also acknowledge the mistakes that you made yesterday, and acknowledge the lessons that you learned from those mistakes, so that you will make fewer mistakes today and make fewer mistakes tomorrow.

During the day, pay close attention to those special moments that remind you of how incredibly amazing life truly is. Take some moments during the day to be mindful and to be aware. Quiet your mind and control those runaway thoughts. Be in the moment. And after a few minutes or more, get back to work, and if you’re not working, then get back to life and get back to living, learning, loving, and progressing. You have will, you are alive, and you do exist. Regard this life, as well as the lives of others, to the best of your abilities.

Mini Mantra - As you're breathing in, think of the word Peace, and when you’re breathing out, think of the word Joy. And in between breaths, think of the word Love.

Live, Learn, Love and Progress.

Mini-Mantra to wakeup to. Add this audio file to your smart phone as an Alarm Tone. And then add a message to your Briefing Content Schedule, things to remind you or some nice affirmations. Sample Calendar Message: "Time to save the world. You are incredible and I can't wait to be with you. I will love you forever." Personal Mantra.

Softly Spoken Words with Relaxing Meditation Sounds. Mini-Mantra Sample (audio mp3 file) - Before Sleeping or when needed.

Now take a Deep Breath, feel the air as it fills your lungs, and then slowly release the air gently through your mouth.

Imagine that your on the verge of knowing every thing that there is to know, and that you're anticipating an enlightenment of pure energy. You patiently wait with an overwhelming feeling of wonder and admiration, you embrace this feeling, holding it close so as to never let it go.

Life is truly amazing. We should always take a couple of moments of each day to reconnect with life. Let your Life be a reminder of all the love that is in your heart and that there's a light inside you that is so bright and so radiantly beautiful, that it could never be subdued or overcome. You are alive for a reason.

Let us stop and pause for a moment and just feel 'Beautiful'. Imagine that you're filled with so much happiness that you can't help but smile and giggle just a little, you feel amazing. You can feel the presence of love rushing through every vein in your body, you feel like you're suspended in time, and that you're at the center of the Universe.

Live, Learn, Love and Progress.

Your heart is your personal sanctuary. Only certain people are allowed to get close enough to touch your heart, and if they know how to touch gently enough, then you can let them into your heart. But as soon as someone causes pain, they are no longer allowed in your heart, and they must start over again from the beginning. If a person is nice on more then one occasion, then you can let them get close to your heart. But don't let them know how close they are until you are ready to let them in.

My Morning Mantra, My Affirmation, My Personal Mission Statement, My Personal Religion....

I will respect myself and I will respect others by socializing with kindness and by practicing being a good person, as well as focusing on staying positive and having good thoughts and productive thinking. I appreciate everything I have and I am grateful for everything that life and others have given me. I understand my responsibilities, so I need to stay balanced, I work, I rest, I dream, I explore. I understand my priorities, so I need to eat healthy, I need to exercise, I need to continue to learn, live, love and progress. I practice my control daily by focusing on my breathing and releasing tension. I keep my mind open so that I can recognize signs or patterns as well as listen to my intuition. My life has meaning and purpose. My personal mission statement is to collect valuable knowledge and information, organize valuable knowledge and information, and disseminate valuable knowledge and information. I am what I know, but I must share what I know, for everything I know comes from all who have lived before me, so I will reciprocate and pass on to future generations what past generations have given me. I am the cycle of life. I am a link in the never ending chain of life. I must stay connected.

You Can't Control Everything

I can't do everything, but I can do as many things as I can, especially important things and things that count. And the things that I can do, I will do them well. I can't say yes to everything or say no to everything, but I can say yes to things that are important and say no to things that are not important. I can't think of everything, but the things I do think about, I can think about them carefully. I can't be aware of everything, but I can learn to be aware of a lot of things, especially things that are important. I can't help everyone, but I can help as many people as I can, especially the people who can also help others. I understand that I can't control everything in my world, but I can do my best to control as many things as I can. I know that I can't be prepared for everything that happens, but I can do my best to be prepared for as many things as I can. I understand that I could never know everything I wish to know, but I can do my best to know as many things as I can by always educating myself regularly. I know that there are no guarantees in life, but I can do my best to play the odds as best as I can. I can't agree with everything that people do or say, but I can agree to talk with people about the things that we don't agree on. I can love everyone, but I can't expect everyone to love me.

You can't have it all, you can't do it all, you can't see it all, you can't be it all, you can't know it all. Trying to do everything will only leave you with nothing in the end. Focus on being human, focus on being yourself, focus on being. Everyone has to work, just don't forget to work on yourself.

Fear of Missing Out - Knowing Something is Possible - Knowing it All is Impossible

"I'm prepared for almost everything, even if nothing happens, I'm prepared for nothing."

You can't solve every little problem that comes your way. You have to solve the most important problems first and make those problems a priority. But after that, if you have some time left over, then you can go back and try to solve other problems.

Something's may seem beyond your control, but sometimes you don't know until you try. Remember your priorities, remember your responsibilities, but never forget your potential. This is not about acceptance or about surrendering, this is about you understanding your ability to control your thoughts and your feelings. You can't control everything, but you can control a lot of things. Not to exercise your control is to lose control.

I can't say that I'm the captain of my soul, because I can't be aware of everything or control everything. What I can say is that I am trying to control as many things as I can. I can take the responsibility of a captain, and I can be responsible for my soul, but I can't be totally in control because there are many things I still don't know. So as the interim captain of my soul, I must never stop learning.

Personal Mantra - My Mission - Paradox of Our Time - Balance

"You can't do everything, so you should make the most of what you can do."

"I will not worry about things to come, I will just do what needs to be done when that time has come. It's best that I work on my priorities and the problems at hand, and stop dreading over the horrors that are written in the sand. I understand that I can't do all the things that I wish to do, but I will do my best to do as many things as I can do."-HP

I have everything I need and I have nothing at all. There is no I, me or myself after I die, so I have to do something positive before I die and be something when I'm alive. I have everything to live for, but there's no guarantee that things will go as planned or as expected. So I hope for the best but I plan for the worst, and I live as much as I can in the moment and I appreciate everything that I have received, I am truly grateful.

Live, Learn, Love and Progress.

Love should be emanating from you at all times. It's your gift, it's your power, embrace it.

Your body and mind maintenance responsibilities include, getting enough sleep, eating healthy, exercising 3 or 4 times a week, taking breaks when necessary, and practicing awareness.

In order to increase my potential and my odds for success, I will make some important promises to myself, and also to the world in which I share my life. In order to increase my potential and my odds for success, I will make some important promises to myself, and also to the world in which I share my life.

These are the things I promise to do. These are my Core Responsibilities, my Human Operating System, my Personal Religion, my Mantra, and my Human Promise Manifesto.

I promise to never stop learning, and to fully understand that my education is a life long journey.
I promise to always share my knowledge with honesty and integrity, for it is an honor to bestow knowledge.
I promise to always teach others with gratitude and patience, because everyone learns at different speeds.
I promise to always be open to new knowledge, to seek new ideas, and to always ask questions.
I promise not to jump to conclusions without sufficient knowledge and information. Life has no guarantees.
I promise to never expect something or assume something, because things happen, mistakes happen.
I promise to always apply logic in my thinking, and to apply logic to my actions and to my goals.
I promise to always have a deep awareness and sympathy for other peoples suffering and hardships.
I promise to always have a deep awareness and sympathy for other living species, no matter how insignificant they may seem.
I promise to lead unselfishly, to lead by example, and to lead democratically for the benefit of everyone.
I promise to always have short and long-term goals, and to share the goals of others if possible.
I promise to never be afraid to ask for help, and to always be grateful for helping hands. Love is sharing.
I promise to learn from my mistakes, and not to let my mistakes, or the mistakes of others, affect my good nature.
I promise to communicate my concerns and then listen with compassion so that we may learn from each other.
I promise to always look for ways for improving myself, as well as look for ways for improving my world.
I promise to always seek better alternatives, and to make better choices even when some choices are difficult.
I promise to seek discipline and balance in my life when working, playing, learning, being creative and dreaming.
I promise to know the importance of time management, not just what time means to myself, but too others as well.
I promise not to forget the importance of enjoying laughter and the importance of having music in my life.
I promise to know the difference between what I need and what I want, especially when knowing the true cost.
I promise to define what I truly need, and then seek positive ways to acquire these needs without harming others.
I promise not to forget that money is just a tool and that wealth should never be used as a weapon of control.
I promise not to forget that giving time or service in exchange for goods is always better than using money.
I promise not to let material things control my actions or allow material objects to confuse my judgment.
I promise not to do things just for fame, and to gauge the value of my actions by more important means.
I promise to do things that are good, and I promise to do things that are right, and not just what is right for myself.
I promise to learn from God’s earth by becoming self-sustainable and by recycling and reusing resources.
I promise not to pollute Gods earth, or waste the planets resources, or disrespect the balance of nature.
I promise to be tolerant of others religious beliefs, and to never underestimate the power of faith and prayer.
I promise not to put restrictions on others, or to judge others based solely on my beliefs or the beliefs of others.
I promise to be thankful for the things that I have, and to show appreciation by offering blessings and praise.
I promise to understand that most laws help us to be aware of what is wrong, what is unsafe and what is improper.
I promise to never confuse justice with revenge. Don’t waste time plotting and hating. Seek justice and learn.
I promise to never have regrets about what might have been because it will never tell the whole story.
I promise to be positive and to be hopeful and to always know the difference between trust and gullible.
I promise to understand the needs of the human body by eating healthy, sleeping enough and exercising regularly.
I promise to be honest and to be open, because the only way we can learn and teach is from knowing the truth.

20 Minutes

Lets talk about our daily routines, things that we would like to be second nature to us.

Let's start with the moment we awake after sleeping. Let us Review the dreams that we had last night, if you can remember enough details about your dreams, then Document and Analyze your dreams if needed.

Take a breath and breathe, you're alive. you're alive.

Before you get out of bed to start your day, stretch your body as wide as possible. Now totally relax your face and release all the tension from your face and body. You should do this several times a day to make sure there is no tension or stress. The more we are aware of the tension in our body, the more we can relax and relieve stress.

You should Avoid grinding your teeth. Being aware of bad habits is the first step to controlling them.

Now Rise out of Bed. do a power pose, now stretch your arms up in a V Star Exercise, Smile, and then close your eyes, and now smile on the inside. You should also do this several times a day, a quick way of reconnecting and reminding yourself to be aware.

Now that you're out of bed, Be aware, what do you see, what do you hear, what do you smell, what do you feel?

Ask yourself, What will I learn today?

Things to Remember - Remember that your memory is an amazing gift, use it wisely, for it has unlimited potential.

Remember Why You're Here - Remember Your Mission

When you feel like quitting, just remember why you started. You have a mission. You have a purpose. You have a life. You have chosen something to do that is extremely important. Your legacy is what you were born to do. It's your heart and soul, it's your inspiration, it's your determination, it's your reason to live and your reason to give. The reason why you know so much is because other people preserved knowledge and shared knowledge. This makes you the beneficiary, and now you are the benefactor. Educating people is the highest of all callings. Educating people is not for praise, education is an expression of love. A love for life, a love for people, a love for earth, a love for God.

"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do." "If not you, than who? if not now, then when?

"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader, but more importantly, you matter."

"Try not to become a man of success, be a man of value." You can't do everything, but you can do something.

Remember that every action that you take is a vote for something. So make sure you're supporting something good and not supporting something bad. Be aware, you have choices. Personal Mantra - Mission Statement.

"Even though there is a lot to remember, and a lot to make sense, it's choosing what to remember, that will always make a difference. Remember how magnificent you are, and that you are incredibly important to the cycle of life."

My Oath - My Work Principles

I will act with utmost integrity and pursue my work in an ethical manner.
I will safeguard the interests of my co-workers, customers, investors and the society in which my company operates.
I will manage my enterprise in good faith, guarding against decisions and behavior that advance my own narrow ambitions but harm the enterprise and the societies it serves.
I will understand and uphold, both in letter and in spirit, the laws and contracts governing my own conduct and that of my enterprise.
I will take responsibility for my actions, and I will represent the performance and risks of my enterprise accurately and honestly.
I will develop both myself and other managers under my supervision so that the profession continues to grow and contribute to the well-being of society.
I will strive to create sustainable economic, social, and environmental prosperity worldwide.
I will be accountable to my peers and they will be accountable to me for living by this oath.
This oath I make freely, and upon my honor.

I will Facilitate and drive the flow of knowledge across all local services by linking people and information,
I will support collaborative working,
I will promote techniques that help capture and share knowledge, insights, expertise, ideas and information.
I will help Establish principles and standards about knowledge sharing and knowledge acquiring.

I will do my best to answer every question truthfully without bias.

This is my word, This is my world, This is me, so far...

Live, Learn, Love and Progress. Know-thyself.

If you spend more time solving your problems then just worrying about your problems, you will eventually have less problems and have more time to enjoy life. Live a balanced life. Work on solving problems then take breaks, exercise, eat healthy, get enough sleep and Live. And then you can start solving problems again. Don't get mad or upset or frustrated, don't blame people or let anger consume you. Hating people for their ignorance will not solve their ignorance, you need to be a leader, you need to be the responsible adult in a world filled with child like minds, because peoples ignorance is not their fault. Focus on the problem that you need to solve. Stay calm, and save your energy and your intelligence for problem solving. Don't worry about the what ifs unless you are applying those what ifs to future actions that you may need to take. Learn from mistakes and keep going. Don't let your mistakes keep you from becoming more intelligent. There is no time for sadness, fear or anger. We live, we learn, we love and we progress. The world is in your hands.

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