Day one of a 15 day challenge that I have started today asked me to set a daily success plan and it reminded me of the 30 day challenge program that I joined all about doing ‘The Work’ daily for 30 days. The aim was to make ‘The Work’ my daily practice.
Day 1: Grace Perez writes "If you read my last post, you’ll know that I made a commitment to creating boundaries for my work/creative time. As I think about what needs to change, it has become clear to me that my morning routine needs a serious makeover. I want to remove feelings of overwhelm and start generating happy feelings and success vibes by making smart choices about how I start my day. " #15DBC
Day 1: Marie Vanity writes "We all want to be successful, right? I know I do – and while I may not be where I want to be, yet. I know I am well on my way. Did you notice I said… “where I want to be“?" #15DBC
Day 1:Dafydd Roberts writes "My hand reaches the alarm before it goes off, and my sleep filled eyes take in the time, 3am time to start my day." #15DBC Photo Credit http://www.desktopaper.com/great-free-good-morning-rising-sun-wallpaper/
Day 1: Angie Ra writes "Today is one of these Mondays, that allow you to sit at home, curling on the sofa with the laptop at hand, a cup of tea on the table while listening to the raging snowstorm outside." #15DBC
Day 1: Matt Cunningham writes "I can steer the direction of each day with one simple action; exercise before I do anything else. With the finite amount of time we have in each day, it’s imperative for me to be my best self as early as possible. " #15DBC
Day 1: Olya Kornienko writes "I must admit I often plan waaaaaay too much and my to do list is crazy long. However I am looking at different techniques that will help me to make it more doable. My favourite part of the day is morning. I love morning. I love my morning “rituals” that do change from time to time." #15DBC
Day 1: Nina Elaine Borum writes "Don’t get discouraged. Simply making resolutions don’t change our lives, following through with a plan and creating successful habits bring change." #15DBC Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net