Make Everyday A Perfect Day

Want to get your day off to a good start?

Creating a habit of introspection as you rise in the morning will give you insight into the day you want to create.

Start by asking yourself these three questions before you get out of bed:

What will I accomplish today that will make me successful?

What incredible memories do I want to create today?

What three things can I focus on today to move me in the direction of my dream life?

Let the energy of the question guide you to having a successful day.

Not a morning person, then incorporate these three evening questions into your night time routine to inspire your morning planning. 

Overall, what worked for me today and what did not?

In what ways could I better spend my time tomorrow?

What will I apply more earnestly tomorrow no matter what?

These questions will give you an understanding of yourself and your working reality. 

Whether you do the morning or evening questions, asking yourself these questions will give you insight into your true self, helping you discover what you want and need for success in your business and personal life.

Try asking your question everyday for a week, if it feels right go another week, and then another, until it is a habit and a useful part of your planning and success.

Do you do any type of introspection during your day?

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  1. I don't have any, but this is great. I'll have to start asking myself those questions each day.

  2. I love this idea of asking myself questions each day. It will be helpful for motivation!

  3. Thanks Valerie, these are good questions and I do appreciate that there are questions for those, like me, who are not morning people.
    Sometime it can actually be more beneficial to look back in retrospect to see what was and was not successful . . . I like that idea as then one can concentrate on the things that worked and try to avoid the things that were impediments to one's progress. :)

  4. I love not having to jump out of bed the minute the alarm goes off. Gives me time to process my day before I roll out of bed :) Great questions to ponder.

  5. Like Edi, I move very slowly in the morning. I don't rush the morning and I allow my brain to relax and think about either the dreams or the day before. Sometimes that it is a good thing and sometimes its stressful depending on the day before but I really like my downtime.


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