5 Simple Habits for Stress-free Success which YOU Can Apply Today
Most people don’t believe that stress-free success is possible. They’re so caught up in the “normal” way of doing things that they forget to think about the bigger picture… about how they approach life.
When you zoom out and consult both old and new research on how the brain and body work, you understand why these 5 simple habits open the door to a whole new world. A world of endless possibilities, with no stress.
Review your personal roadmap at the start of every day
Where you put your attention is where you put your energy.” (Joe Dispenza)
If life is a journey, then what is your destination? You must know your values, your grand vision, your long-term goals and your short-term goals. How else can you make decisions about what to spend your time on?
Here’s what success experts such a Napoleon Hill and Bob Proctor suggest: do not let any external information into your awareness before you have visualized your personal roadmap.
When you boil it down to the core, there are only two ways to start your day. Either by preparing your mindset for building the life that you want, or by responding to requests from the people around you. When you’re looking for long-term success, this shouldn’t be a difficult choice.
Always empty your head by writing down what you must remember
Our brain is designed for having ideas, not for holding them.” (David Allen)
The human brain has an enormous creative power, but this is only accessible when our head is empty. So you must always carry something to take notes with. And you must work with a waterproof system of lists, an agenda and information storage in order to retrieve that information when you need it later.
When do you have your best ideas? Probably in the shower, while traveling or while exercising. Because in these moments your brain is finally “free”. Your subconscious mind has the capacity to make new connections and thereby create ideas on how to achieve your goals.
You amplify this superpower by always clearing your head. Don’t use your valuable brain for mundane tasks such as remembering things. Just write it down.
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Rule your technology, don’t let it rule you.” (Franklin Covey)
When you apply the first two habits… you have clear goals and you carefully manage your information. This enables you to make conscious decisions about what to spend your time on. As a result, here’s what you’ll …read more
Source: Steven Aitchison