Time

One hour a day to change your life.

Giving yourself one hour per day gives you 365 hours a year, or seven hours a week. Basically one full working day a week if you take away some of your idle time.

One hour extra each day to practice for that exam, revise for that class, learn that language you always wanted to or plan for your next million.

If you don’t think you have the time then turn off that TV one hour earlier or stop pacing about the coffee machine or idly chatting and wasting time during the day. Save this time up for yourself in the morning. 

The morning is the best time to sort out your life because your brain has been silently filing events and memories all night and has saved some of the best information for you to process in the morning. So get up earlier, get a cup of tea or coffee and start planning your life.

Don’t drain all that fresh brain energy away by complaining about the day ahead or the morning rush hour or listening to the news and certainly DON’T get up and open emails or social media and read about the latest party that you did not go to or how fluffy had her first pup. Will this get you to where you want to be?

No, but it will drain away your mental resources and dull your thoughts.

You have given yourself one free hour so leave the tidying up and be totally selfish with your time and hide away somewhere where you won’t get disturbed.

Do it nowNow you are alone, start to think about how you want to live and what you want more of in your life.

Think hard about what makes you happy;

Use your time to design and plan your rich and fulfilling future.

Plan on how you will make a positive change to your life TODAY!

Once you get into the habit of setting your day up with positive thoughts then you can reduce the time from one hour to 30 minutes, 15 or only 10 minutes per day because it will now be automatic and you wont need to work at it so much.

Author CW

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