It’s all about energy! Energy plays a key part in your well-being. How you feel translates in the actions you take, quality of relationships you have, and the life you live.

When you feel good everything flows. The light turns green at the right time, you find the best parking spot, people are aligned with you, the perfect client shows up, and more.

On the other hand, when you’re not feeling that great things can quickly go downhill. In these moments you might ask yourself why is this happening to me, or what is wrong with me? Asking these questions and beating yourself up over the outcome of what is happening at the moment is the biggest mistake you can make.

When you’re feeling down the most important thing you can do is focus on shifting your energy to feel good.

When you feel good you’re in flow, can work on building your dreams and handle anything that comes your way.

Feeling good on a daily basis doesn’t just happen. It takes consistent effort over time. The way I maintain this energy and you can too is by building a solid morning routine.

According to research, a morning routine doesn’t just help you focus and feel good, but it affects your productivity all day.

Initially, it does take a bit of effort to incorporate a morning routine, but eventually, you will begin to execute it on autopilot. With enough repetition, it’s something you won’t be able to live without.

If you’ve been struggling with a morning routine here are some tips to help you get started:

Tip 1: The trick is to start with something simple that doesn’t take a lot of time and effort.

Tip 2: Pick one thing to implement in your morning routine on a daily basis and build on your progress from there. A few things you can do:

  • Journal about how you feel.
  • Gratitude practice.
  • Affirmations (click here to access my Free 30-day affirmation program).
  • Meditate (click here to access my Free 3-day meditation program).
  • Read a developmental book such as The Untethered Soul, Think and Grow Rich, Loving What Is and more.

Tip 3: Set a timer to manage your time in the morning. You can start with 3 minutes per day and work your way up.

According to research, 40% of our choices are unconscious, so don’t be surprised when you pick your phone up to check social media or emails first thing in the morning when you’ve set an intention to create a healthy morning routine.

It takes conscious effort to unlearn behaviors and replace them with positive ones, so be patient with yourself.

The toughest part is to take the first step, but once you do you open yourself to an abundance of opportunity.

I love building rapport with you, so please comment below if this post inspired you to incorporate a morning routine or add a new piece to it.

To Your Authentic Success,


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