Gist of Master Your Morning (vol.8)
Observe your thoughts, listen to your intuition, and study the world around you. Remain open to new situations if they may help you grow. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone; this process is an opportunity to learn new things about yourself. You can implement stepping out by the habit of “do it now.” Think about what you truly want to achieve by aiming high. But, the sacrifices are needed to reach the goal. To make your plan realistic, narrow down your list of goals, jot them down, and start to make a road map for each. Your ideal goals will fall under all factors. The short-term goals motivate and energize you to get out of bed in the morning. Repetition and routine are critical to achieving your short-term goals, so you must be consistent with your morning routine. For example, drinking a glass of water, writing five things you are thankful for, working out for 15 minutes, meditation, and 15 minutes of exercising for your new skill are recommendable lists of morning routines.