Full Disclosure. Day 2 of The Miracle Morning was a bit more of a Messy Morning. Essentially, I completely failed at getting up on time and getting it done. I still did it, but I can feel the effects of not getting up and getting focused. If I can tell the difference between doing it and not doing it after just ONE day, I can only imagine what it will be like after sticking with this for the 30 day challenge.

Silence: Today I simply focused on trying to quiet my mind for 4 min. This is admittedly much easier to do when trying to do quiet time BEFORE the kids wake up.

Affirmations: Read my affirmations. Really focusing on Purpose and Career.

Visualization: This is the part I find the hardest. I can’t decide if I want to visualize my daily activities or visualize how it will feel to reach my goals…. Based on my failure to get up and get going this morning, I’m thinking I need to start with the daily activities.

Exercise: Again, because I got a late start today, I really just didn’t feel like working out. I started 21 Day Fix Extreme Cardio and just couldn’t get into it. So, I switched to Turbo Fire and quit that after about 9 minutes. From there, I finished up with a 7 minute exercise App I have on my phone. All in all, I got in 30 min total.

R: Reading The Miracle Morning for Salespeople. Today’s take aways:

“I am just as worthy, deserving, and capable of achieving extraordinary success as any other person, and I will prove it today with my actions. I am destined for greatness, and today I will I’ve in alignment with my destiny.”

“It’s impossible to lead others if you don’t know how to effectively lead yourself.” (OUCH. This on really hits home today).

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Tonight, I will get all of my things ready for tomorrow. I will lay out my book, my workout clothes, and my daily checklist. I do NOT want another day like today, and clearly based on the lessons from today’s reading, the key is to take responsibility for today and change it.

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