The other day I was thinking of how my blog posts were becoming more and more infrequent and my dream life seems to be slipping away.
Well I think slipping away is the wrong phrase but the vision is a little foggy instead of crystal clear and then I spot something on Facebook that s draws my attention.
A 15 day Blog Challenge by Natalie Sisson the author of and the ‘Suitcase Entrepreneur’. Hmmm maybe this is just what I need?
To be honest I haven’t had the time to read all the info of what is involved but I received and an email today and watched the attached video.
Natalie asked a question and asked the participants to write the answer in their blogs, post it and attached the link from the blog post into the YouTube video comments section.
So here I go ..
Here’s the question
Q.“What is your daily success plan?
A. Before I get out of bed I say to myself in my head “Thank you for all the miracles I receive today, I Love myself, I expect good things to happen to me” and then I remind myself of as many things I can that I am grateful for.
I try listen to happy music from my happy play list as I get ready for the day.
I have a statement similar to what I say to myself before I get up set it my calendar that comes up at 07:30 am and 08:00am to keep me on track and says “I expect good things and remember there is a solution to every problem”
Just before I leave the house I pick an inspirational YouTube video to listen to as I commute.
I allow myself enough time to sit quietly in my car and take notes on what I have listened to if anything inspires me and write it in my digital journal and then I pick a happy tune to enter work with and I send love to all my colleagues and then the whole Universe (corny maybe but it makes me feel good).
The rest of the day is more random in as much as I always aim to stay positive and live in the moment and stay authentic to myself with what ever the day presents me with and when people maybe unpleasant I send them more love because I don’t know what motivated it and as Gary Zukav says “What ever you do, come from Love, always come from Love”
Any time I have free me time I try to use it as Productively as I can. As Jim Rohn says “You should work harder on yourself than you do on your job”
Well that’s me. Maybe not what was intended by the exercise but I Am just being true and honest to myself and follow the instincts that arose when the question was asked.
Maybe ask yourself the same question “What is your daily success plan? . Have you got one? What are your dreams looking like? Crystal Clear or a little misty? Maybe you need to bring them back in to full focus
or like me join the challenge …………