The greatest thing you can do every morning!
Rise and Shine! Start every day off on the right foot with daily rituals.
Regular daily routines drive productivity. Every day is a fresh start and you need to constantly remind yourself to make the most of it. The best way to start the day is with praise and worship. Compliment yourself in your daily life and be grateful for what you have, even when it isn’t easy. As Oprah Winfrey says ‘Be thankful for what you have and you’ll end up having more’. Positive things to say to yourself are: ∼ I believe in myself and my abilities ∼ I matter ∼ I am strong ∼ My confidence is beautiful ∼ I can make a difference ∼ I am brilliant ∼ I am valuable ∼ My vibes are up! I am so blessed! I am so powerful!
Ask yourself if what you are doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be. Practice Pranayama Breathing and Transcendental Meditation for just 5 minutes a day. Scheduling a breathing routine into your everyday life will ultimately improve your sense of well-being, physical and mental health. Download one on iPhone or Android to start learning deep breathing techniques, following guided meditation, and enjoying the many benefits of mindfulness.
Measure your day by 6 hours not 24 hours. You will accomplish triple! Create a timetable and stick to it! Scheduling more time to do repetitive work helps the time go by faster and you usually get more done.
Mistakes are allowed, just forgive the past and move forward. You must keep moving forward! Focus on the present.
Supercharge your morning exercise ritual by having educational content on while you do it. It could be an audiobook while you go for a run, or a lecture while biking.
Measure Personal Growth
Self-improvement and personal growth allow you to develop the skills and discipline to make all things possible.
Your current life is the result of your previous choices, if you want something different, begin to choose differently -- Joe Tichio
When performance is measured, performance improves! Do it regularly and make adjustments accordingly . When you’re sure you’ve done your work for the day, just stop and be safe in the knowledge that enough is enough.
American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault writes down three things he wants to accomplish tomorrow. Don’t finish work for the day until you’ve written down the top three tasks for tomorrow. The next day, you’ll know exactly what to do and when.