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The Benefits of a Routine

I was raised in my childhood with a routine, actually a very strict routine.  Nothing we did was ever [rarely, if ever], done outside of one.  I believe habits are developed from routines.  Personal, I like a routine and I don’t think its just my personality or training that developed that taste, I believe there are qualities that support it that I am drawn to.

A routine makes me feel like I don’t or won’t forget anything.  It makes me remember tasks and not forget them because after I do one there is another that follows.  It makes me stay focused on all the things that have to be done each and every day.  It makes me make sure I do it the same way each and every time.  It makes me know where I left off when I stick to a routine.

Some days a routine is the only thing that saves me.

You know what I mean?  Ever have one of those days?

The phone interrupts every little thing you try to accomplish.  The computer shuts down when it supposed to be up and running.  The printer jams and doesn’t spit out the job you were trying to get out.  Sometimes so many of these interruptions make you forget what you were doing or trying to do.  A routine sometimes is the only thing that keeps these days anywhere near somewhere on track.  If you don’t have a routine, you are liable to come away with not having even accomplished even the little things, like eat, drink water and take your medication.

A routine usually means you have less wasted time because all efforts are accounted for.  A routine gives prediction to your life patterns of people around you and they create expectations out of your routine.  A routine allows you to plan.

The problem with always sticking to a routine and not throwing a routine out of the window is that you never get to enjoy something a little longer than normal, because you are focused on the routine and the next step.  You never get to do something out of order, because you are afraid if you do you won’t remember the next step or come back to the missed step.  A routine usually means you won’t make a mistake, but is not a guarantee of it.

Are you a person who enjoys a routine?  If not, share with us why.  If you do, then we would love for you to share with us one thing that you have developed to create your routine work for you.

Book Review: The Strangest Secret…by Earl Nightingale

Why does a person become the person he becomes? Why do you grow up to become who you become? Estimates are that we use 5% of our potential of our entire day. Most people desire to succeed, but what is success? Success is nothing more than a progressive realization of a worthy ideal. Any personContinue Reading

The Extra Degree

The 212°: The Extra Degree concept is one definitely that is very powerful when you stop and think about it. If you’re not familiar, here’s the idea: At 211 degrees…water is hot. At 212 degrees…it boils. And with boiling water, comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. And, it’s that one extra degree that…Makes all the difference.Continue Reading

Do you have 10 Commandments of Business?

I follow several blogs, some business, some motivational, some spiritual, to continue to grow me as an Entrepreneur, an individual, and follower of Christ.  I particularly like the thoughts of one of the posts recently that was discussing the 10 commandments of doing business a different way. A way that is designed to lead toContinue Reading

What are you passionate about?

In a quest to help some friends, I want to get feedback from you… What are you passionate about?  How did you learn what that was?  Are you doing work that matters?  Do you love what you do?  What motivates you?  Will you share with me your story?

You should just Quit!

Do you ever get told, “You should just quit!” Really?  When was that an option?  Don’t get me wrong, there are times quitting is an option.  But is it always an option? I have been in the Healthcare Industry for 16 years.  I have been through times when things have been trudging along at a nice pace,Continue Reading

Keys to Achieving Your Goals

Another year and another set of resolutions. If you’re like most Americans, you’ll probably forget your goals by mid-February. So how do you make your resolutions actually happen this year? First, keep in mind that goals are dreams; but don’t stop at just dreaming. Turn your dreams into bite-sized pieces that will gradually create aContinue Reading

[2012] Business Goals

It has been harder this year for me to come up with what I want in my business goals.  Some years, this is easy, this year with the horrific challenges being faced by my industry, I have had little time to reflect and focus on my plan.  I may revise this at a later date,Continue Reading


There are a lot of different ways to say Thank You! And we make a point to do that throughout the year in many different ways. On behalf of Medical Account Solutions and Our Team, I would like to take this moment to Thank You in our own way, sincerely from the heart of eachContinue Reading

Aspirations for 2012

Aspiration ~ a hope or ambition of achieving something the object of such an ambition; a goal As we bring 2011 to a close, I want to spend some time thinking about what we accomplished that was in line with Our Vision, Our Mission, and the Service we provide to Our Clients.  I want toContinue Reading