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Routine and you360

Updated on June 21, 2009

Do the uncomfortable until it becomes comfortable and routine!

Preview 21 ...You've heard a lot of repetition here and there's a lot more repetition coming as we push the you360 concepts …because, to build any structure, you need a rock solid foundation. To learn new skills, you need to begin at the beginning. To build your business, you need to start with the basics.

To become good, to excel, to become more and to be the best, the best you can possibly be, it takes repetition! Doing and practicing the right things over and over, time and time again until the uncomfortable becomes comfortable and the uncomfortable becomes routine … “routine” …another key word. GAP and write it down. Your daily activity, your DMO, has to become routine.

Guess what? When your daily activities become routine, it's not work anymore. It's easy and it's fun. You have to get in the routine of things until it becomes a habit, like getting in the zone, until it becomes a part of you!

Now, when your daily activity, your DMO, becomes part of you, part of your being, part of your inner self and part of your psyche. That's when the practice makes permanent concept come into play. That's when the momentum kicks in.

  • Momentum is what drives your business.
  • Momentum is what drives you to the next level.
  • Momentum is what establishes your business.
  • Momentum is what sustains your business.
  • Momentum is what accelerates your business into perpetual progress.

And everything you do on a consistent daily bases to obtain momentum, revolves around your daily activity, your DMO.

Please don't ever get tired of hearing DMO. It's the lifeblood of your business. Accept it, embrace it, and savor it, because your DMO in business will either make you or break you. And you can take that to the bank!

You see, what ever your DMO requires of you and demands of you ...what ever your DMO was set up for you to do on a consistent bases, is exactly what you should be doing every minute, every hour and every day. Everything else is irrelevant!

You've all heard the saying; it's a numbers game. Well, the magic isn't in the numbers in this case. The magic is in following your DMO. The magic is in following your action plan consistently. The magic is in repeating the basics everyday, day in and day out, every single day, working your DMO until it becomes part of you and it becomes routine! Then the magic of the numbers will play their role. Sinaloa!

See, you don't know something when you can remember really know something when you can't forget it. Hmmmmm?

Remember, don't lie to yourself, don't procrastinate and always work your your DMO consistently.

If you're having a problem with your progress, stop. Hit the problem head on, solve it now, find the solution now, and don’t let it build up. Don't be like most of the people out there who spend 90% of their time on the problem and only 10% of their time on the solution. Reverse that, spend 90% of your time on the solution and leave the remaining 10% for the problem. Make sense?

  • If you can't fix the problem, stop, ask why …seek help.
  • If you can't solve the problem, stop, ask why …seek help.
  • If you're not advancing like you should, stop, ask why …seek help.
  • If your DMO isn't working, stop, ask why …seek help.

If your business isn't growing 10%-15% every week or month …stop and ask the hard question, why not. Check your DMO, something’s not right, seek help. Because everything you do revolves around your DMO. What you say, how you say it, what you do, how you do it and why you do it.

Like I said earlier, the lifeblood of your business revolves around your consistent daily activity, your DMO (daily method of operation).

With that said, don't lie to yourself about how busy you are. Remember, busy doing what? At the end of the day, look in the mirror and ask the hard question. What was my production today? Did I give it my all; did I give it my personal best?

When you look into that mirror, always ask the hard questions.

  • Did I follow my DMO?
  • Did my commitment habit follow my DMO?
  • Did my discipline habit follow my DMO?
  • Did my attitude habit follow my DMO?
  • Did my emotion habit follow my DMO?
  • Did my consistency habit follow my DMO?

If yes, pat yourself on the back and give yourself an “atta-boy” or “atta-girl.” …if not, how come? Ask yourself why not?

In a previous article I said there was three parts to any business …the company, the product and the “you” part of the business. With the “you” part of the business being the most important part. Right? Now, if the “you” part is the most important part of the business, and “you” as the CEO, the head honcho, the top dog...and “you” being the employer and the employee. Where do you think you should be spending most of your time?

Now you're getting it, now you're getting the picture, now you're getting the drift of things. Spend that 90% of the time, the solution, on you!

Again, where's the solution? In the “you” part.

So, if you want your business to get off to a fast start, implement your business plan, your action plan, your DMO and follow it everyday consistently, persistently, with passion, with a burning desire, patience and give it time to work it's magic. Your the business owner, your the employer and your the employee, your the king or queen. The mountain belongs to you. It's there for the taking. Claim it.

The you360 book is your rendezvous with destiny.

  • Is it easy? Absolutely not!
  • Is it hard? Not necessarily!
  • Is it worth it? Absolutely yes!

These you360 concepts have stood the test of time. These concepts stand alone. They are the standard, bite them, taste them, embrace them, become part of them and they will become part of you.

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      barryrutherford ...DMO stands for "Daily Method of Operation" ... Always set a plan and follow your plan ...Use your DMO to follow your plan.

      Thank you for coming by again best to you!

    • barryrutherford profile image

      Barry Rutherford 

      9 years ago from Queensland Australia

      p.s. You didn't say what DMO is ?

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      You know the concept ...I can tell by your articles ..routine is necessary! Thank you for your comments and stopping by best to you!

    • oderog profile image


      9 years ago from Nairobi

      Great information, actually skills and repetition is needed, I really like the Routine and you360

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thank you barryrutherford ..I know this to be true.  "Do the uncomfortable until it becomes comfortable." You can apply it to your lifestyle and/or your business.

      Recently I decided I had to walk daily.  The problem was when I was done working ...I would be too tired to walk.  So to solve the problem ..I am now getting up two hours earlier in the morning and walking before I am tired.  It has been a lifestyle change for me ...but after two months, I know it is a good habit that I enjoy. 

      Thank you for coming by ...please come by again best to you!

    • barryrutherford profile image

      Barry Rutherford 

      9 years ago from Queensland Australia

      great stuff really enjoyed reading this hub !

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thanks Chaser for coming by I see you got the hang of things ...are you making your list. I take it from you message that you are actually making the list and checking the items off.

      Take time and do the necessary things Chaser won't be sorry.

      My best to your health and success.

    • Philipo profile image


      9 years ago from Nigeria

      Thanks. I will come back to this.

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      9 years ago

      Hey gjcody....Great hub! The routine part is right on are so right about that. Once it becomes routine it really isn't work's just going through the numbers of the numbers game.

      Numbers, numbers and more numbers...what a routine!!

      Said another way...list, list and more list....what a routine!!

      Good to here what you have to say....keep'em coming.


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