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Discipline

| August 28, 2020
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Discipline

This past week I have been sleeping in until 9 or 930 which is a big difference from 7 or 8 for me. I have been hitting the snooze button and putting off small tasks that I usually did in the morning for the end of the day or just not doing them. Most of things don’t need to be done and maybe they won’t help me but they are things that I think I should be doing. This has probably the first week since I’ve been running Clay Financial were, I look back at the week and I’m not proud of the work that I’ve put in. Yes, I moved out and it was extremely stressful, and my back has hurt and maybe I should be okay with taking a slow week. I still got what needed to be done, done and maybe did some extra stuff even because I have been staying up later. But I still look back and I’m not proud. I’ve had thoughts of doubt about what I’m doing and if its worth it. This has been depressing and dragging my overall happiness down. Sometimes I think I’m doing so much that other people aren’t doing that I can take a minute to relax because other people don’t do what I’m doing. Why am I comparing myself to other people? Its like its been a compounding effect this past week. Today is Thursday and tomorrow I have my alarm on for 7 and plan on hitting the gym follow by following a YouTube course that I want to complete. Then I want to get the everyday Clay Financial things done and then some small operations tasks. Midday I plan on going to BJJ because it Friday and its usually a pretty slow day but hopefully I can get all these things done at the time I say and next week hit the ground running in a more structured manner. I don’t have any pressure to wake up at a certain time and it I took advantage of it this past week. I need to structure my day out more so this type of week doesn’t happen again because it slows my progress and down and effects my overall wellbeing. Renting my house out was a big goal of mine and after I achieved that I think I was back to square one with what I wanted to accomplish. Its time to get the ball rolling again and plan my days out and stick with them. I have to set new goals for myself and make plans. Its easy to be complacent but I don’t like it. Time to get going again and find new clients, maximize my current book and make moves. This is kind of a journal entry with no purpose but I wanted to write about it.

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