Are you dragging yourself out of bed and standing like a zombie waiting for your cup of coffee? Do people call you Grumpy in the morning? Or do people run the other way when they see you first thing?
If you caught my blog yesterday you know that I am excited to be beginning this blog series for everyone. I am thrilled to be bringing insight and experience into the Miracle Morning practice.
Since the theme of my blog series is Miracle Morning it only makes since to talk about breakfast because that is usually the morning meal. For many of us breakfast is the first meal of the day.
In order for the Miracle Morning process to begin each day there needs to be sleep time the night before. Sleep can aid in making you feel better. Sleep helps with boosting your mood and nobody likes the dark circles you can get under your eyes. Getting enough sleep is a significant part of a healthy lifestyle. It can benefit your heart, your weight, your mind, and even more.
What do you see when you look at yourself and your life? Are you living up to your full potential? Hal Elrod author of The Miracle Morning proclaimed “approximately 95% of our society settles for far less than they want in life, wishing they had more, living with regret and never understanding that they could be, do, and have all that they want (2016, p. 19).
Most people, given the choice, would continue sleeping. First of all, it is not unusual for that darn alarm clock to startle you to initiate the process of dragging you out of bed while you say things under breath about the alarm. Hitting snooze is common, but that snooze is a sign of resistance.
Jim Rohn is quoted often saying “success is something you attract by the person you become.” The average person has feelings of frustration, stress, unfulfilled, overwhelmed, and a general umbrellas of blah hangs over them.
The first practice in the Miracle Morning routine is silence. In reality, silence for many people is the exact opposite from what they know. We live in a fast-paced and loud world. Elrod narrowed in on the concept of Purposeful Silence.
Positive affirmations are the second practice in the Miracle Morning routine. These affirmations can be viewed as one of the “most effective tools for quickly becoming the person you need to be to achieve everything you want in your life” (Elrod, 2016, p. 59).
Visualization is the third practice in the Miracle Morning routine. Elrod described visualization as “the practice of seeking to generate positive results in your outer world by using your imagination to create mental pictures of specific behaviors and outcomes in your life” (2016, p. 67).
Exercise is the fourth practice in the Miracle Morning routine. When you get up in the morning you have to also get your body up and ready for the day. This morning exercise should be non-negotiable every morning.
Reading is the fifth practice in the Miracle Morning routine. Elrod maintained that reading “is the fast track to transforming any part of your life (2016, p. 77). Look to read from experts to change your life.
Scribing is the sixth practice in the Miracle Morning routine. This is a fancy older word for writing. The mean the same thing. They both mean getting words down on paper.
Up to this point, I have introduced each practice in the Miracle Morning routine. The process is a well-rounded positive packed list to be completed daily. Six different things that are great individually, but combined hold a path to empowerment and change.
The Miracle Morning routine has a strong connection to positive thinking. Positive thinking is connected with having an optimistic attitude. It is a technique for changing your attitude and fostering optimism.
Making the Miracle Morning routine fit into your life can be different for everyone. I have gone over ideas about the morning that included the Miracle Morning steps. I have also talked about sleep, starting your day, change, waking up, self-reflection, and getting ready.
The Miracle Morning routine was created to help people change habits. According to Elrod, “if a person is living a successful life, then that person simply has the habits in place that are creating and sustaining their levels of success” (2016, p. 101).
The Miracle Morning routine takes the choice to start it. Are you sitting there thinking yeah that would be something I should try? But after those thoughts will you act on this? Do you find yourself going to start something and not committing to it or putting it off? That is procrastination.
The aim of doing the Miracle Morning routine is to help you achieve more in your day. It is a process that places the goals and dreams that you have straight in the front and center for you every day. It gets you excited to work for these goals.
The Miracle Morning routine that I have been telling you about and encouraging you to try is a process that takes 60 minutes in the morning. That time then is spent promoting a positive habit change that brings in the components of silence, affirmations, visualization, exercise, reading, and scribing.
This one is the blog where I talk about The Miracle Morning routine. In September I decided it was time to use the Miracle Morning routine to jump start my day. My path then continued into October. Without a doubt, I have seen results and changes and positives. I made a choice.
Cindy Stevens Independent Beachbody Coach 1-708-774-2241 firstname.lastname@example.org
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