An original study of routine—learn how organization, regularity, and structure can change your life dramatically for the better.
Conventional wisdom suggests that the best way to navigate our noisy new world is to accept change. Open up to novelty. Go with the flow. Live in the moment. Embrace the relentless pelting of content minute by minute. But routine experts Angel Iscovich, MD, Joe Garner, and Michael Ashley are here to say that’s a bad idea. Humans don’t just benefit from structure; they require it.
Years of observation and practice led to their breakthrough concept of routineology, the key to optimize your life and the cure for crisis. Routineology’s fundamental prescriptive is to look inside and live your life in a “time bubble” to find purpose, meaning, and joy. Offering insights from top performers and stories of triumph over adversity, this book demonstrates that routine isn’t just a good idea—it’s imperative for surviving and thriving today.
Live a life of deeper meaning and navigate toward a better world with The Art of Routine.
“Navigating the chaos of modern life requires the type of vigilance and thoughtfulness espoused by this well-researched and well-written book. Poignant and timely, it should be required reading for all.” —William A. Sanger, chairman of EA-Synergy and board member of SCA Pharmaceuticals
“An insightful book that defines our innate ability to overcome crisis and improve performance.” —Shahram Rahimi, PhD, professor of computational sciences at University of Southern Mississippi
“Insights into how organizations can use their own stability, structure, and routine to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty and/or emergencies.” —Thomas Tighe, president and CEO of Direct Relief
“Important insights for leaders on how to best navigate their organizations, develop stability, and solve strategic concerns.” —Pamela Brooks Gann, trustee professor of legal studies emerita, senior fellow of the Kravis Leadership Institute, and president emerita of Claremont McKenna College
“Key insights into how our very nature intersects with computer science, artificial intelligence, and life’s challenges to create a better, more energy-efficient world.” —John E. Bowers, American physicist, director of the Institute for Energy Efficiency, and a distinguished professor in the departments of electrical and computer engineering and materials at University of California, Santa Barbara
“Compellingly written, this book is a must-read that provides awareness and support for today’s disrupted world.” —Elizabeth Rona, licensed marriage and family therapist, specializing in traumatology