The arrangement of and relations between the parts or elements of something complex.
To construct or arrange according to a plan; give a pattern or organization to.


Most of us know exactly what structure means but many of us do not understand how to create it within our own lives.

Our lives are complex.

Our lives do not always go according to plan...actually, more often than not, they don’t go according to plan.

Our lives may sometimes lack organization.

This is why structure is so important.

It takes our complex, unorganized, and chaotic lives and allows an interconnectedness to take place.

However, this is not a biological structure that we are talking about.

It is a man-made structure.

Without taking accountability for where we are now in our lives, the action that is needed to adapt remains out of reach.

Structure is created through discipline.

Discipline leads to positive consistency.

Positive consistency leads to positive habit creation.

Positive habit creation leads to positive lifestyle changes.

Positive lifestyle changes lead to a well balanced and fulfilled life lived.

We all have the ability to create structure in our lives.

It is just a matter of making the conscious decision that you are capable of more and you will work to be better than you were yesterday.

Structure is not something you work on for a few months and it sticks for the rest of your life.

That is what makes it so incredibly difficult to maintain.

Yet, like many things that are difficult, creating structure is worth it.

Start small.

Do one single positive action every single day for one month.

Then add another positive action every single day for the next month, while maintaining your previous positive action from the month before. 

Then so on and so forth.

You begin creating compounding interest within your life, your habits, and your systems.

You are in control.

Now it is time to take action.

Get after it!

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