Are you creating daily positive change in your life? How are you preparing for your future?
Here are some tips to help you create some positive and lasting change. Enjoy.
- Develop a morning routine. This will start your day on a positive note and set the tone for the entire day. Eat a good breakfast, exercise, or read 30 minutes every morning. Do this consistently and you will find yourself having more productive days more often than not. What do you do in the morning to get your day started on the right foot?
- Organize your life. Whether it’s your car, your office, or your home, get it organized as soon as possible. The feeling you get after cleaning or organizing something meaningful to you is unlike any other. Positive actions lead to positive thoughts, which ultimately leads to more positive action.
- Write down your goals daily. Start with your top 3 list of goals, then expand outward. If you do this on a daily basis, you will soon end up with a master list of your top 10 goals, where you can focus on what really matters to you.
- Create/join a like-minded group. There are endless benefits to surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals who share your goals and values. They will help serve as accountability partners, whom you do not wish to disappoint. Do you have a like-minded group you can talk to?
- Change one habit. Whether it’s eating poorly, smoking, or exercising regularly, I challenge you to make one improvement on a bad habit you are trying to break.
Make positive change in your life and positive outcomes will soon follow.
About the Author: Coach Jim JOHNSON is one of Your Monthly Mentors, an author and authority on teamwork, leadership, and realizing your dreams. Based in Rochester, New York, he is most famously known for helping an autistic senior, Jason McElwain (J-Mac), realize his dreams and play with his basketball team. Jason scored an amazing 20 points in 4 minutes during that game. Coach Jim Johnson has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, and ESPN and is the author of the book “A Coach and a Miracle: Life Lessons From a Man Who Believed in an Autistic Boy”. Read More…