Full Potential Mornings Part 1

Ever wonder what your life would be like if you lived up to your full potentials? Would your body be healthier? Your skin clearer? Bank account bigger? I think about these things all the time, and, judging my previous post, you guys do to.

Here are some tasks designed to help all of us live up to our full potential. It has been broken down into time frames to help keep you from getting overwhelmed. Let’s go do it.

Every Morning Part 1

  • Stretch. First thing. Really give your body enough time to wake up. Touch your toes. Roll out your shoulders. Do not hit snooze!
  • Do your full skincare routine. I have mine detailed here, but do whatever works for you and your complexion. Be gentle and consistent.
  • Brush your teeth and floss. I used to be a big floss-skipper too, but you’d be amazed at how dig of a difference it makes. Rinse with a whitening mouthwash.
  • Give yourself enough time to get ready. Whether you’re a wash-and-go kind of person or someone who spends an hour doing a full contouring routine, make sure you aren’t rushing. If you need to wake up a few minutes earlier than normal, so be it. Rushing sets an awful, stressed out tone for the rest of the day. Allow yourself to be relaxed before taking on the day.
  • Eat something. Not saying a big breakfast, because some people just can’t eat in the morning. But you should eat, or at least bring a little something with you while going to work or school. If you can’t eat a full breakfast, grab a fruit! You won’t be as hungry come lunch time, making you less likely to gorge yourself.

Watch this space tomorrow for Full Potential Mornings Part 2

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13 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the post Akriti. Here’s another tip for you : Don’t just think about what is “realistic.” The problem with realistic thinking is that it’s usually based on what others think is possible. They don’t know your potential. Whenever you start a task with a mind toward the potential outcome, you will limit the actions required to accomplish that goal.

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      1. Helpful tip. Thank you for sharing with me. ☺️

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      2. GS says:

        Most welcome

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  1. Kristin_Bea says:

    I do agree with this. ☺️ A fresh start can lead to a whole productive day. 🤗

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    1. GS says:

      Oh yes Indeed. Kristin. Let’s say that your goal is to become the best writer you can be. You may want to measure your success by your ability to get published or in the case of blogging, how widely read your articles are. Instead of constantly worrying about reaching your goal to be the best, your time is much better spent just writing. As with anything, the more you do it, the better you’ll get.It’s the same with any goal, it’s important to set them, but achieving your goal of becoming the best salesperson is really just the by-product of you getting out there and selling!

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      1. Kristin_Bea says:

        Yes you are right about that. Putting your ideas into concrete action will get you closer to achieving your goals. This blog is worth reading, thank you for sharing this. ❤️❤️❤️

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      2. GS says:

        Thank you Kristin. Let’s work towards making our lives a little better day after day. Amen to that thought.

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      3. Kristin_Bea says:

        We are on the same page. ❤️❤️❤️🥰🥰🥰

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  2. sorayalilly says:

    These are great tips to start the morning!

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    1. GS says:

      Mindset is very important. For most of us, we don’t have to worry about getting enough food, water or shelter. Both our physical and emotional needs have been met (to a large extent anyway). And any limits that our environment has imposed are minimal (especially with the availability of the internet). So for most of us, the main thing that is limiting us from reaching our full potential is our mindset. Our mindset is the story we carry around with us in our head. It starts to develop in childhood and can be with us our entire life.

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  3. Kellie says:

    Yes to breakfast, it’s my favourite 👌

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    1. GS says:

      Awesome. That’s a good start.

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