What you do on a daily basis matters. Days become weeks, weeks become years, and years become a lifetime.
We are given the gift of twenty-four hours each day to spend as we choose. It is a gift that we treasure through the choices that we make. In the busyness of life it’s easy to operate on autopilot and forget that we create our lives one day at a time.
This week, I invite you to set aside 15 minutes in the morning to begin your day with the end in mind. Ask yourself the following questions:
- How do I want to feel at the end of the day? Write down three feelings you would like to have at the end of the day.
- What do I need to ‘start’, ‘stop’, or ‘do more of’ so that I can feel (whatever you identified)?
Set aside 15 minutes in the evening to check in with yourself. How are you feeling? Is there a gap between how you want to feel and how you are actually feeling? What will you ‘start’, ‘stop’, or ‘do more of’ the following day.
At the end of the week, evaluate your progress. Be patient with yourself and trust the process.
Need additional support? “Bring it All Together on a Daily Basis” (Chapter 6, Be True to You) is designed to help you consciously create your day.
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