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Success Rituals & Why They’re Important

About Rituals & Why They're Vital

A ritual is defined as an action done religiously/consistently. Rituals are VITAL to your success since your success is determined by your habits.

The little things you do every single day consistently are going to add up and become big things. This is called the compound effect. This can be training at the gym every day, studying everyday, etc. You will never see results overnight, but you will see results in the long term.

Rituals can be done in every area of your life. If you read every day for instance, you are training your brain the same way you train a muscle. Initially, it might feel overwhelming, but once practiced daily, you will process much more information at a much more rapid pace.

Now imagine performing a ritual for your mind, body and spirit daily. If you do this in the morning, that s a great way to start your day, feeding every part of you with positive affirmations. Not only will you be much more successful, but rituals help keep you grounded and aware.

The people who live the most fulfilling life, know what’s important to them and craft their life around that. A routine is one of the most powerful tools to access a meaningful and fulfilling life.

Not everyone’s routine will be the same. If you prioritize health (everyone should), then do something active every single day, i.e bike ride, paddleboard, go to the gym, jog, etc. Spiritual people practice prayer to their highest being(s) everyday to put them in the right state of mind to conquer their day.

Rituals/routines are the bridge between strategy and action. When you are stable, so are your routines. You can use originality/creativity to create your routine(s) that best suite your life. Routines sound like they could be boring, but they don’t have to be. Once your craft your routines to the most important thing(s) to you, your life will become rich and meaningful.

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