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Wake Up, Conquer, Rinse & Repeat

The morning is the most important time of the day.

Waking up and being grateful for what you have can work wonders with getting what you want in life.

Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.

Brian Tracy

Leave a notebook by your bed side and either before going to sleep or upon waking up write down 5 things you are grateful for.

Once you write it down read it out loud.

When reading it out loud make sure you feel what you are saying.

Gratitude must be felt in order to work.

The more you are genuinely grateful for, the more what will return to you.

After reading the secret books I used a few of their methods and they worked wonders in my life. I recommend reading the book The Magic by Rhonda Byrne.

I have seen positive results and continue to practice gratitude in my life.

You can’t just say it, you must feel it.

Keep a gratitude journal for the next 30 days.

After the 30 days write down personal goals you want to accomplish within a month, year, and 5 years.

Make sure to write everything out and dream big.

Don’t hold back.

You must dream big or go home.

When you wake up you need to not waste a minute of your day.

Focus is key to getting the most out of your time on this earth.

Time is limited no matter how old you are.

You never know when your last day on this planet will be.

You need to take advantage of everything you have in the present moment.

Nothing else matters but the present.

Writing goals and making small accomplishments daily to reach these goals are key to getting what you want on your list.

Rome was not built in a day.

You need to think like the king of the jungle.

Wake up conquer, rinse and repeat.

Once you control your mind you can conquer your body.


Comment about your goals and what you are grateful for



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