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Make mornings exciting again

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Ever heard that expression, someone
“woke up on the wrong side of the bed”?

Much of “waking up on the wrong side of the bed” is linked to rushing in the morning, stressing, feeling frantic and allowing negative thoughts and behaviors to stack upon more negative thoughts in our subconscious mind.

With a morning ritual, the goal is to start the day with a clean slate and ensure your focus is on the opportunities that lay ahead, not the worries and stress of your past that the limbic brain latches onto for survival.

This morning ritual has become the secret productivity weapon of high performing entrepreneurs, athletes, and scholars. And now I want to share it with you because it has helped so many of my clients and myself into our greater potential and run our days and lives instead of being run down by life.

Get the secret productivity weapon

how does it work?

Follow these four steps
Download and read this guide

Download and read this guide. Included are 7 implementable practices to help you start your morning off on a positive note.

Hit REPLY and email

Once you receive the guide, hit REPLY and email me with your current state and feelings *without* a morning practice. You can share things like, “I feel rushed in the morning…”, “I feel groggy,”…”I am waking up unhappy.” Etc.

Read and learn

Read the guide and implement these practices. Seems pretty clever, however we can’t just read and learn. Action is very much an important step in any transformation. Instead of trying all 7 tools at once, perhaps pick 1-2 to start with. The ritual, in order to be effective and provide results, does need consistency to create change in your mind and spirit.

practice of a morning ritual

Check back in with yourself within one to two weeks to see how the practice of a morning ritual is shifting how you feel and perform day to day. You can use your email back to me as a point of reflection