You’ve decided to wake up earlier, congratulations.
It’s a great habit to form.
You’ve envisioned what makes a good day for you and the feelings associated with it.
You’ve decided to make time for what matters to you by creating a morning routine that gives you the space to make it a reality.
Now, let’s fine-tune your morning just a bit more.
What are you doing in the mornings (that you dislike) out of habit that you can eliminate?
An effective morning routine doesn’t mean rushing around to make everything fit.
It means choosing the right things to focus on.
We all have a finite amount of willpower. Once it’s used up for the day, it’s gone.
I need my willpower to get me on the Elliptical for 90-minutes.
I need my willpower to write 500 words a day.
I need my willpower to talk on the phone to clients.
I know that once the willpower is gone, I’m spent.
All I want to do is sit on the couch, rest, or zone out by watching a Korean Rom Com.
- Building a relationship?
- Your side business?
To make meaningful changes in life, you need to get rid of what’s not working – the busy unimportant stuff, even if it’s a good thing.
Remember your good morning?
You envisioned it on day 2 of this challenge.
Hopefully, you wrote it down or recorded it on your phone.
Compare your good morning to your current morning.
- How is it similar?
- How is it different?
- What about your current morning routine drains you?
- Is there anything you can eliminate?
- How can you transform your morning into the GOOD you desire?
What’s stopping you?
One single decision.
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