What You Do Today Will Shape What Your Tomorrow Will Look Like
We are all given 24 brand new hours each day. These hours can be exciting and productive or painful and borring. Now if you ask most people they will probably tell you that they want their future to be extraordinary, happy and peaceful.
Well it turns out that in order to have these exciting tomorrows we must invest in the 24 hours that we have today. In other words, what you do today has a huge influence on what you get later in life. If you spend the next 24 hours complaining, blaming others for your problems and constantly worrying, chances are your future will match your present. However, if you spend the next few 24 hours inspiring people, taking care of yourself and investing in your personal development then you are likely to have a promising future.
I've discovered 2 things about life:
#1 Nothing worth having is necessarily easy to get.
#2 The best time to start accomplishing your goals...
Don’t Manage Time- Do This Instead
Don’t Manage Time. Manage What You Do With Your Time:
Today I want to talk to you about managing your energy instead of your time. Now it turns out that you can’t really manage time. Time is what it is. You have 24 hours in a day; no more no less. So you can’t really manage that. What you can do is manage what you do with your time. Since everything that we do requires energy, it’s vital that we take a look at our daily activities to make sure that we manage those things effectively so we can have the strength and enthusiasm for sustained physical and mental activity.
In the book the power of full engagement the author states that our thoughts, feelings and behaviors have energy consequences. In other words, everything that you are going to think today, feel today and do today will either add energy to your life or take energy away.
I want you to think about that for a second. What do your thoughts consist of?...
5X Check In Method
Do This Technique 5 Times A Day For More Focus, Energy and Calmness.
One day I was sitting at my desk and noticed something that I had never really felt before. For the first time I was actually aware at how distressed I was. My shoulders were tense, my body felt numb and my breathing was heavy. I had been non stop all day long. I was ripping and running trying to make deadlines (mostly for other people). At that point I was forced to look at myself. I stopped and observed my mind and my body. I became aware of my thinking and how I was processing information. I noticed exactly how each part of my body felt and which areas were relaxed and which were tense.
My normal routine looked like this:
I was always on the go. I was always worrying about what I had to do next. I usually dealt with my tasks with resentment and frustration. And the list went on and on…
Once I realized that this way of working was literally going to kill me I decided to change. So I did...