Your Miracle Morning

From CEOs to stay at home moms, The Miracle Morning is transforming thousands of people’s lives everyday, allowing already successful individuals to go to the next level, while enabling those who are enduring times of struggle to make major breakthroughs in any — or quite literally every area of their lives.

Here are my takeaways from El Halrod, The Miracle Morning.  Please note that the best time to practice these are before 8AM. Hate me already? Just wait and read on

1.Clear Your Mind : Clear your mind and start your day in peace, meditation, prayer, reflection, deep breathing, gratitude.

2. Affirmations : Say affirmations which are positive statements, which you repeat to yourself in a way to support your success. The repetition of affirmations leads to belief.

3. Visualize : Close your eyes, or look at a vision board of inspiring images, and use your imagination to create mental pictures of what you want in your life, who your need to be to create what you want, and what you need to do to get there.

4. Exercise : When you exercise in the morning it significantly boosts you energy, enhanced your health, and improves self confidence and emotional wellbeing.

5. Read : Mirror the people and the stories, which you admire. Read something which inspires you and which will enhance an area of your life.

6. Journal : Journaling enables you to document your insights, ideas, breakthroughs, realizations, successes and lessons learned. 

So what is your idea of a miracle morning? Do leave me a comment 🙂 


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  1. Love love love this…reblogged it on IAMKAT…(had to figure out how to reblog as this is my first but well worth it…) in the mornings I also try to do an entry in my gratitude journal…I might not get that done before 8am but I try to get it done before 10am.

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  2. I hope this comment goes thru..I tried twice before but they didn’t upload –

    Love love love this, I reblogged it on IAMKAT (this is my first reblog so had to figure out how to do that first but well worth it)…in the morning I also try to write in my gratitude journal although that might not happen before 8am.

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  3. All very good tips! I don’t consider myself a morning person and I don’t know what a good night sleep is in over 20 years causing me to be tired all the time so I desperately need a change. If I can gather enough determination and discipline I might give this a try… Thanks!

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