20 November 2012

Steps to ensure that every day is a bright day!

Go to bed feeling good. Spend the last few moment reflecting on the good in your day and what makes you happy.
As you wake up, notice how you feel. Warm, comfortable, thankful for another day. Set the intention before you get out of bed to have a great day. Run through the day in your head (briefly) and dwell on positive outcomes. Notice how good you feel.
As you’re getting ready, play music that makes you happy. If you don’t want to wake others up, use your iPod or mp3 player. Avoid the news. Use Affirmations, preferably on a daily basis.
In your car, or set aside 15 minutes before you start work, repeat your affirmations. Even better if you can do it in front of a mirror. Repeat your affirmations through the day. (the goal is to reach 500 or 600 times).
During your commute, have inspirational audios…anything that will encourage growth AND make you feel good.
If you exercise or walk your dog, have positive music or audios playing.
Do what you can to maintain the good feelings through the day. If something comes along to ‘throw you out’ of happiness, give yourself a fix of positive energy. Have a ‘happiness toolkit’ ready or carry a small notebook full of your favourite quotes.
Before bed, review the day, focus on the good things that happened and spend the last few moments reflecting on what makes you happy and repeating your affirmation until you fall asleep.
The goal of this is to train your brain to focusing on the positive. As you do this, it gets easier. Don’t beat yourself up if it feels like hard work the first few days, but also don’t give up…keep going. Enlist the help of a friend or coach if you need help really mastering your negative mindset.
Those are the exact steps that I share with my VIP clients and participants from my Master Your Mindset program. And I KNOW it works, because I use this process myself, and every client who has incorporated it has been incredibly successful. 
Do the work, it works. Promise.

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