My good peeps! Back to Monday. The day that sets the tone for the rest of the week. Make it rain! While waiting for our next blog book to show up on my doorstep with an Amazon sticker on it, it has been a minute since I talked about starting your morning the right way. As I have preached to many of you on so many occasions, by the time most of my competition wakes up in the morning, I am so far ahead of them for the day that it gives them no chance to catch up. By the time they are taking their morning pee, I have been to the gym, done my power hour, wrote my blog, and spent time with my kids. All I can say is beat that and eat that, competition!
I realize that everyone on this blog has a bit of a different life. Different jobs, different family situations, different financial situations, and the list goes on. But despite the differences, everyone needs progress. It is so vital to every one on this planet to have some type of increase daily. With this increase brings happiness, and with happiness comes many different types of success. So once again, let me offer up some advice that will change your life:
- Wake up early 2 hours earlier than you normally do–waking up at 6:30 in the morning sucks just as bad as waking up at 5:00. And to me, they both feel the same too. In other words, not sleeping in is NEVER fun. But it is worth it.
- Do your power hour–15 minutes of goals and affirmations, 15 minutes of spiritual study or giving thanks, 15 minutes of self-development reading, and 15 minutes of planning out your day.
- Get some exercise in–being more physically fit will make you more efficient at EVERYTHING you do.
We all sit around with hopes and dreams and desires and goals. But too many people think that a dream is just a thought. NO! Not even close to accurate. Dreaming is an action word! Last night, when Beckham was going to bed, I asked him what some of his dreams were. He said, “I want to be the best football player on my new team.” My follow up question, “What are you willing to do to get there?” His response, “Keep going when others quit, work harder than everyone else, and be a good teammate.” Well said, son. I have to admit that hearing him say that was a proud dad moment. Unfortunately, 95% of the world says and thinks what he said, but they don’t actually do it. So my final question to Beckham was, “When are you going to start?” And that is my question to all of you. When are you going to start? When are you going to stop making excuses for not being great? When are you going to stop making excuses for not being happy? When are you going to stop making excuses for not being healthy? When are you going to stop being a sayer of the word and start being a mother freaking doer? The world meets nobody half way. You want something, it is yours for the taking. But you are going to have to earn it!
When are you going to start?
Getting hyped up, Cram