The Miracle Morning
by Hal Elrod

Focus on personal development, beacuse success is something you attract by the person you become.

Lesson 1: Don’t isolate incidences.

Look at the events in your life as separate, but all part of the bigger picture. For example you might say to yourself: It’s okay if I skip gym today, I had a long day at work, it’ll be just this once.However, this not only affects this particular moment, this also changes who you become. If you tell yourself it’s okay to skip gym once, you’re more likely to do it again, because you already gave yourself permission last time and eventually become someone who skips gym – a slacker.

Exceptions quickly become the norm and before you know it you find yourself in a sea of bad habits.

So don’t skip your good habits, because how you do anything is how you do everything.

Lesson 2: You can get a good night’s sleep, even if you just sleep 4 hours.

He slept for varying amounts. 4 hours, 5 hours, 6 hours, etc. He found that no matter whether he slept 4 hours or 9 hours, if he told himself it would be too little sleep the night before, he woke up tired, groggy and miserable.On the other hand, when he told himself he’d feel good, refreshed and have a great day, he woke up in a great mood and energized, even with as little as 4 hours of sleep.

You can create your own reality.

Your mind’s power over your body is real, so use it.

Lesson 3: Have a pre-morning routine to get out of bed faster.

It actually starts the night before with lesson 2. Also, place your alarm at the other end of your room, so you have to physically get up to turn it off.

“When the alarm clock goes off, and we hit the snooze button (the easy thing), most people mistakenly assume that this action is only affecting that moment. The reality is that this type of action is programming our subconscious mind with the instructions that it is okay for us to not follow through with the things we intended to do”.

Once you’re up, immediately do these 3 things

Have a glass of water.

Brush your teeth.

Wash your face.

6 practices you can do in the morning that are life S.A.V.E.R.S

Silence

After you wake up in the morning spend the first minute just sitting in silence.

Affirmation

Looking over what your purpose is and what are your goals, is reenergizing and will help you take actions.

Visualization

The visualization can include imagining you reaching your goals, how would you feel when you reach them.

Exercise

For 60 seconds move your body. Do some sit ups, jumping jacks or any other movement. Just move!

Reading

The more you read, the more you learn.The more you learn, the more you earn!

Scribbling

'Take a minute to write down what you’re grateful for, what you’re proud, and the results you’re committed to creating for that day. Doing so, you put yourself in an empowered, an inspired, and confident state of mind.'

“Virtually all highly successful people—from CEOs to professional athletes to the President of the United States—embrace a high degree of accountability”.

“Always remember that who you’re becoming is far more important than what you’re doing, and yet it is what you’re doing that is determining who you’re becoming”.

“Every time you choose to do the easy thing, instead of the right thing, you are shaping your identity, becoming the type of person who does what’s easy, rather than what’s right”.

“By simply changing the way you wake up in the morning, you can transform any area of your life, faster than you ever thought possible”.

“How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack thereof) dramatically affects your levels of success in every single area of your life”.

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