Sunday, January 4, 2015


      Here's a powerful exercise:  Instead of writing down what you're going to do (chances are you've been doing that your whole adult life anyway, and it doesn't make you any better at doing them), write down at the end of the day what you did do that day.  What actions did you take today that made you successful?  Did you read ten pages of a good book?  Did you eat healthy food and get some good exercise?  Did you engage in positive associations?  Did you do the things you need to do to be successful in your business?  Did you tell somebody, "I appreciate you"?
      At the end of a week, look back over your lists and take inventory.  Not only will it tell you a lot about the truth of your everyday life, chances are good that the mere act of recording this daily reflection will have already started changing what you do.
-Jeff Olson, as excerpted from The Slight Edge:  Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success & Happiness

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