Here’s why I try not to miss a single day…

Of posting a blog…

Of doing some form of physical exercise…

Of coaching someone or getting coached myself…

Of reading…

Of spending quality time with family… no matter how small that is…

Of asking myself my set to daily questions…

I can’t miss these because of my habits. Building them up took a toll on me and letting them go would be simply unthinkable. Additionally, these habits help me to be a better person than I was yesterday.

Now, I know what I do isn’t rocket science. But never isn’t easy. It never is! I do them because the cost of investment (time) is way too low compared to the price of suffering if I choose not to.

The next daily habit that I’m working on is to eat healthy. I hit that goal only 80-85% of the time. I’m deep at work to get systems and process in place allowing me to eat clean most of the time (90-95%), if not all the time.

Many reasons for this, one of which is obviously health and unwanted weight gain (highly unlikely, but still). Another is a powerlifting meet that I plan to compete in December this year. Though I don’t plan to set records, I want to be the best shape I can be. Possibly in the 74kg category.

And that just makes me not miss any of my training sessions — including the supplementary kettlebell training in evenings.

All of that incidentally loops back into the daily habits I was talking about. The more you do it, the easier it becomes. Building a daily habit is just one way to systemise your life. And the best way to run it efficiently.