Guy Came With a Brilliant Method To Plan Your Day After Watching a Movie

A guy inspired from “Groundhog Day” – a movie about a weather man (Bill Murray) who’s reluctantly sent to cover a story about a weather forecasting “rat” (as he calls it). This is his fourth year on the story, and he makes no effort to hide his frustration. On awaking the ‘following’ day he discovers that it’s Groundhog Day again, and again, and again. I am pretty sure you’ve watched the movie.

However, this guy draw a great lesson and shared how to plan your day with a simple scheme.

Guy Came With a Brilliant Method To Plan Your Day After Watching a Movie

“Imagine you had to do that but unlike in the movie everything you did that day would carry over into the next. And unlike in the movie you get to plan that day in advance. How would you want to spend that day, over and over again?

My point is, if you currently do something, anything really, you should ask yourself: Would I do this thing over and over again every day for the rest of my life? If the answer is no then maybe you should stop doing that thing altogether. And maybe there is something you only do every once in a while. Maybe you should start doing that thing every day. I hope I’m explaining this right, English is not my first language.

This may be a good way to get rid of distractions in your life. Everytime you are confronted with a task or habit you can ask yourself that question and everytime the answer is no, you try to find a way to cut that thing out of your life. You can even go as far as planing that ‘perfect’ day out and then try to repeat that same day over and over again. That doesnt mean you have to read the same book over and over again but if you find reading valuable, you should do it every day (just an example, replace reading with anything important to you). Its a variation of ‘what if today was your last day’ but less extreme (or maybe more extreme).

Either do something every day or never do it.”




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