High return practices can be defined as: Things we do and practice daily and consistently as part of a habitual routine that yields a high rate of improvement in mindset, which then affects every other aspect of our lives.
What is your daily routine? Is what you are doing each morning in preparation for the entire rest of the day, priming you and getting you ready for YOUR most successful life? What are you doing to improve your own, personal mindset each day? Are there any improvements, tweaks, or optimizations that you could make to your morning routine, which would make it more effective and beneficial for you?
I have been experimenting with morning routines and rituals for years. I have also been researching others, who have experimented with morning routines for years. After years of doing this, I found a certain set of things I do that optimize my own, personal morning each day, and empower me to gain as much momentum as possible, which seems to grow and expand throughout the rest of the day. To see this morning routine, type this into your google search engine: The goodinthehead Habit Hacking Challenge
Today I will take a good look at my morning routine and decide if there are any alterations or upgrades that can be made, or something new I can try, in order for my routine to be even more effective and beneficial.
Some of the information I have come across that has been so helpful in the creation and continuation of a daily, consistent, morning routine:
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Remember: Mindset matters. Character counts. That which we choose to consistently focus on is what EXPANDS in our lives. WE CREATE our realities.
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