“The Holy Hour, as you know, is simply 60 minutes at the beginning of your day that you devote to self-mastery and personal development. If your outer life is really a reflection of the quality of your inner life, then it’s a brilliant move to spend at least an hour a day working on yourself.” Robin Sharma
Are you interested to achieve anything and be successful in life, love, carreer, health? Keep reading this article and I will share to you the 3 tips I learned and practice during my Holy Hour from successful people in life I followed.
One thing I am a big fan of is following the tracks and advice of people who are super successful in many areas of life. When it comes to my health, I have a health coach who is super healthy and follows very strict protocols in his nutrition, exercise, and thoughts. When it comes to professional life, I have a business coach who has a very successful chiropractic clinic and a passion for serving the masses. When it comes to my personal life, I have a life coach that is in a healthy and happy relationship and enjoys similar hobbies as myself.
In the past few years when I look at the people who have extremely great lives and successful in all areas one thing they have in common is a morning routine or Holy Hour. I have recently re-developed mine and wanted to share it with all of you so you can begin to start your morning off right and create the life you have always wanted.
Start implementing these 3 strategies and watch your life begin to turn into everything you have ever wanted – be extremely successful in life!:
1) Learning – I have recently begun spending 20 minutes looking at health articles, reading a book, looking at a blog, or something educational where I can begin getting my brain active. Currently I am reading “Manifesting Change: It Couldn’t Be Easier”, and the concepts are truly inspirational.
2) Journaling – I spend another 20 minutes here jotting down my thoughts and how am I going to take action on those ideas for the day. I also write out what I am grateful for and any thoughts that came to my head while I was reading beforehand.
3) Exercising – In the past I would exercise 5 nights a week and go following work. Recently I have begun to implement a routine where I perform a light cardio workout for 20 minutes in the morning. Whether it is rowing, running, or biking it gives me time to get the blood circulating and oxygen flowing throughout my body so I can be my best ME while fulfilling my mission.
Do you have morning routine you’re doing to be successful in life? Please post a comment and let me know what you think about this as I would love to hear if you are going to get started or have a different routine.