Hope you got time for yourself during this busy season to recharge and reflect.
This week I will take some time off to do my annual review. Stay tuned.
This is the annual review template I’ve been using since 2021. Good stuff. Go support the guys. Both Chrises are online mentors I admire.
Discipline has been a recurring theme that showed up in my end-of-day affirmation this year (more on that later): I made sure to show up, do the work, and acknowledge my effort 95% of the time. My friends noticed this too – in my work, workout, diet. I don’t make excuses.
So if you’re looking for an accountable partner to make all your dreams happen in 2024, hit the reply button and I’ll keep you on your toes. Literally and figuratively.
Today in 5 minutes or less, you’ll learn:
✔️ How to do daily affirmation the right way
✔️ Treating yourself better
✔️ Thinking vs overthinking
Doable ideas 💭
The end-of-day affirmation mentioned above is life-changing.
Affirmation without evidence is just BS.
Stop brainwashing yourself.
Our brain needs proof.
By simply putting the affirmation ritual to the end of the day, you can reflect on how the day’s been, acknowledge your effort and highlight qualities you have.
You worked hard. You have evidence.
The more you do this, the more you will start believing you are, indeed, capable of achieving great things. The chance of you surviving a bad day or overcoming a challenge is 100% because you’ve always managed that.
I didn’t believe in affirmation until my therapist told me to do this exercise.
Let’s crush 2024 with this habit 🙂
What is something nice you can do for yourself in the last week of 2023?
How to know if you’re overthinking?
Thinking leads to action. Overthinking leads to inaction.
One of the best advice I’ve heard.
Listen to Jay Shetty’s podcast episode here to learn more.
Ideas Worth Pondering 🧠
In every area of life — from your education to your work to your health — it is your amount of grit, mental toughness, and perseverance that predicts your level of success more than any other factor we can find.
– James Clear
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