What a beginner mistake. I forgot to turn on my alarm, now it's already 07:06.
Another topic I need / want to do is redefining success for myself. What does success for my routine mean? I would say I am pretty good at sticking to my routine and adapting it. But to grow, I need to adapt it to circumstances and goals.
Let me give you an example; Right now I want to implement the habit of getting up at 06:15 writing my daily blog and increase the quality of my everyday writing.
Which criteria makes a day a success?
- When I wrote as a first thing of the day?
- When I wrote before 8?
- When I got to bed at around a certain time?
- When I didn't scroll through social media before I start writing?
- Did I get up when the alarm rings?
And even that has to be adapted.
For now personally my criteria is writing before 8 AM and writing as the first thing of the day. That will stay like this for at least another 2 weeks.
A habit is only as good as is its foundation. When you are telling yourself you can do it all at once, you will definitely fail.
A good example is working out; Telling yourself you will workout every day the next seven days without any experience or routine will harm you and you won't stick to it. Start slowly, start with 3 days a week and don't overdo it, take breaks.
Build your new habit, your new routine on a strong foundation. It pays in the long run.