One of the key ingredients of a "great day" is the satisfaction that comes from having accomplished something worthwhile. You'll sleep well knowing you accomplished something.
Even five minutes the night before to set your goals will make a big difference. If you can only write down your top three goals for the next day, that's a good start.
Planning your day doesn't guarantee the universe will comply, but it will help you manage your time and be intentional instead of waiting to see what happens.
Developing new habits, such as having a healthy breakfast and waking up at the same time every day (including on weekends), will help you succeed each day. Start waking up early if you're always short on time.
Taking a few peaceful minutes in the morning will help you succeed. No rules...It might be as simple as sitting in bed and thinking about the night before or the day ahead.Start waking up early if you're always short on time.
If you're spiritual, this may be morning meditation or prayer. Whatever it is, take a moment to let your mind wake up and clear the fog before the turmoil begins.It could be your only break.
Gratitude can change your outlook. Daily gratitude lists are preferred by some. You may make thankfulness easy or complicated. One of the easiest ways to start a daily thankfulness practice is when you open your eyes before your feet contact the floor!
Keep doing this daily if you can't think of anything to be grateful for. It'll get easier.
Read a few inspirational pages daily. If you hate reading, try an audiobook or podcast. Fictional books are fantastic, but the goal is to engage your brains, so pick something educational. This helpful habit will pay off exponentially.
Again, start small. Multitask and write 3-5 pages daily. Listen to an audiobook or podcast on your commute or errands. Educate in your automobile. You'll crave this time of day. Daily motivating reading or listening can improve many aspects of your life.
A successful day requires movement. Grab a yoga mat and stretch on the floor, jog, or do a YouTube yoga practice. No of your taste, exercise has many non-physical benefits. Regular exercise helps increase focus, memory, and thinking.