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Daily: Create a "to do" list for the next day.

The discipline to start and run my own business as well as write books eventually left me very sick.  After several years of not being able to work at all, I only got better by letting everything go.  Everything.  I could barely buy and prepare my own food.  I had to alter my daily behavior so drastically, I feel like I lost touch with the habits and systems that enable me to make a living.  Currently, I've recovered enough to travel (I teach) but I have no clear goals, strategies, or routine.  This wastes a lot of time since I have to re-invent my day from scratch each morning.

I want to return to my habit of scribbling a "to do" list each evening so when I awaken, I have things to do that will give me a feeling of accomplishment at the end of the day. I've had trouble because my efforts to date do not reflect my diminished energy and many days I don't achieve my goals and it is depressing.  I don't want to bite off more than I can accomplish, rather I want to use good days to achieve a bit more.

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