Success doesn’t occur overnight, but neither does failure. Luck aside, both are typically the result of cumulative choices, and how well you position yourself to take advantage of opportunities. By implementing a handful of daily practices into your routine, you can better prepare yourself to deal with the pressures and constraints of your work, and ensure that you are spending your finite resources wisely. While there’s no formula for success, daily practices allow you to somewhat stack the deck in your favor.
In The Accidental Creative, I wrote about five areas (F-R-E-S-H) for building practices that help you be prolific, brilliant, and healthy in life and work. Here are a few simple, daily habits that can make a big impact.
This content of this episode originally appeared as an article in my column at Inc.