You’ll learn how taking a daily inventory of your life can nip your dysfunctional behavior in the bud and prevent the buildup of crap in your life – really!
The practice of taking a daily inventory is recommended in 12 step recovery, but many people don’t do it. I talk about how much it’s benefited me – it keeps me from acting out of my defects of character and keeps my ego in check. It also keeps me in the good graces of those around me because I apologize quickly instead of letting things fester. The metaphor I like to use is that it’s like sweeping out my formerly nasty, disgusting basement to keep it clean.
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