What are you doing, and why are you doing it? Who are you doing it for? When was the last time you stopped to evaluate if what you’re doing is what you should be doing?
Most of the things we do are because we are running on autopilot. For most things this is a good thing. Autopilot is how we get dressed, tie our shoes, brush our teeth, and a thousand other things we routinely do but don’t think about.
But the wrong things can become automatic, too. Bad habits, destructive behavior—even something that was once right but no longer beneficial. If we do not make time to examine what we are doing and measure whether or not it is moving us toward our goals, we cannot weed out that which is detrimental.