March 31, 2016
My desire for constant improvement – illustrated in the mindset of being a lifelong Student of Finance – has been ingrained in me for quite some time. However, my level of self-awareness, motivation, and focus jumped to a whole new level after reading The Miracle Morning book a little over a month ago…
This book is incredibly short and the concepts are so simple that many may argue it can simply be summed up in a few sentences – though I highly recommend you read it and give Hal Elrod’s 30 day challenge a try to see how much it can change your life! I’m willing to bet you’ll be hooked as easily as I was, or as easily as any of the other thousands who have done it before me for that matter. All you have to do is build a routine that incorporates the six Life S.A.V.E.R.S. (Silence/Meditation, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading, and Scribing/Journaling). If the most successful people in the world (i.e. Richard Branson, Tim Cook, Howard Schulz, Jack Dorsey, Oprah, etc.) are known to do a combination of all or most of these on a daily basis, they must be on to something! Concerned that you’re too tight on time to implement these each morning? You can do an accelerated version of these for one minute each, or you can spend more time doing a full version that adjusts the six Life SAVERS to fit your morning routine and what’s most important to you. It’s one of the top rated books on Amazon and won’t take long to read. I recognize that this level of enthusiasm for a book may sound a bit over the top or cult-ish, especially after only having done the Life SAVERS for seven weeks, but to that I have only one question: if any of this is actually true, how could you afford to not spend $20 and a few hours reading if there’s a chance of dramatically improving your productivity, finances, health, and relationships for the rest of your life??
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