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2 Simple Steps to the Most Powerful Hour in Your Day

When I think of strategies and tips I can use that other people may not be utilizing to get the winner’s edge, a huge trick is using my morning hour.

The morning hour for me has become my most successful and longstanding tool, which I have used in order to help create perfect days, weeks, and years. The morning hour is the time I reflect on my goals, create strategies for the day, and visualize what I want to create and happen throughout the day.

Many people think the morning hour needs to be VERY early, around 4:00 AM or 5:00 AM, but in fact, mine doesn’t start until 6:00 AM. Also, a lot of people have the perception the morning hour needs to be exactly 60 minutes. But I know lots of successful people that do a “power half hour” or “power fifteen.” The key is to take ANY amount of time to strategize and create your day instead of letting the day create you.

On March 18th at 8:30 PM, at our next Ordinary to Extraordinary session, I will be giving more strategies, but for now I want you to focus on one step that is blocking out that morning. Decide when you will do your morning hour and start creating rituals within that time-frame. This way you can start building a new pattern for yourself and developing new habits. The link to register for the next webinar is: http://webinarjam.net/webinar/go/14206/62e8ff5d67.

The other step I would want you to start working on is reviewing your goals in the morning. This way you can begin getting those goals anchored into your subconscious mind so they can begin to come true.

If you need help creating goals based on YOUR values, then watch February’s “Ordinary to Extraordinary” webinar – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP46CTum5YA. We had over 200 people live on the call, and with all the new goals and vision people have created for their life, the results have been impressive and surprising.

 

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