Here we are going to discuss about the daily routine and what we should make changes in our daily routine so we will discuss as you have seen the title Daily Routine: The Daily Review of life |Gul Mohd Raza
The final part of my daily mind maintenance system only takes about two minutes, and I do it just before I go to sleep.
It consists of two parts. The first is the Daily Performance Review. The DPR is incredibly easy— it’s just a quick one-minute appraisal of my activities that day. I simply ask myself:
What did I do well? What could I have done better?
It’s a fantastic technique because so often we go to bed without ever really evaluating how our day went and how well we performed. But when we consciously review our daily actions,
Gratitude: Schedule Your Gratitude
we usually see errors that can be fixed easily once we’re aware of them. As top success coach Robin Sharma says, “Awareness precedes clarity. Clarity precedes results.
Schedule Your Gratitude
Finally, we come to the Gratitude Minute. Here I simply spend 60 seconds or so thinking of all the good things that happened today and listing some of the things I should be grateful for in my life.
You can list all kinds of stuff, from small things like a fun moment with a work colleague, a nice lunch, or a meeting that went well, to the bigger things in life.
be grateful for my health, or that I have people around me that love me. There are so many things to be grateful for when you put your mind to thinking about them.
Once you got the habit of doing the Gratitude Minute, you II never want to give it up, because it makes you feel really good inside. And when you start remembering those positive things every evening,
you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how many things happen in a single day that is amazing, fun, heartwarming, entertaining, or just plain positive.
Yet without a regular reminder like the Gratitude Minute, we often never even notice them, or certainly don’t appreciate them.
Truly, the Gratitude Minute is one of the most uplifting exercises you can do for both your mind and your heart.
Morning visualization: Focus on your morning visualization
- 5 minutes Morning affirmations:
- 5 minutes 5 X SCORE routine:
- 2 minutes 5 x Breath Release:
- 2 minutes Evening review:
- 1 minute Evening gratitude:
- 1 minute visualize
And what a valuable 16 minutes! This daily ritual will make you happier, more focused, more committed, more relaxed, more appreciative, and more self-aware.
If you’re a businessperson, you’re likely to be sharper, more productive, more successful, and, eventually, wealthier. If you’re a stay-at-home parent, this mind ritual will not only make you more optimistic and more efficient, but will also increase your fun levels.
Ever wonder how some people achieve colossal things in their lives? How some men and women hit goal after goal, while others waste entire years (or even decades) without getting anything major done?
I do. In fact, I’ve spent thousands of hours studying exactly that. AndI’ve found that at the heart of most high achievers’ lives is their highly effective use of time.
It makes sense when you think about it. Now more than at any other time in history, we are overloaded with tasks to complete.
stresses of work-life:
E-mail, the Internet, and mobile phones may have made communication easier, but they have also helped make life vastly more complex.
More people want to reach us more often. They’re ever more impatient, too. Expected response-rate times have been reduced by
so much that many people get irritated if you don’t reply to their e-mail within an hour. An hour!
No wonder we’re so often stressed out–the pace of life has reached a ridiculous speed. It isn’t going to get any slower, either. Instead, it’s virtually certain that the interruptions and
stresses of work-life will get ever if you’re a student, you’ll become much more motivated, less intima. Dated by obstacles, and a nicer person to be around.
Everyone prefers the company of someone who’s dynamic and positive, with the kind of warm, winning attitude that this program creates.
Your mind is your greatest weapon in the battle of life. Learn to use it better than your competition, and you’ll soon run rings around them do nothing to look after the state of your mind, and the mental weeds will slowly grow and pull you down.
The Daily Mind Ritual has really helped me, and I’m really excited at the thought of what it will do for you. Performed diligently, it will dramatically lift the quality of your entire life.