“With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.” - Eleanor Roosevelt
The way we spend our first hours in the morning has a huge impact in our day.
We all know that, don’t we?
But what do most of us do after getting out of bed?
Check messages and emails. We want to catch up with everything that happened during the few hours we were sleeping. Whether it’s the latest news or stuff from work, the earlier we read about it, the better.
Get the whole family ready. Depending on our household, it means waking up and feeding the kids, serving as alarm service for late teenagers, or helping out our partners.
Multitask to get it all done. We jump start our brain by making it work at full speed even before preparing our body for the day ahead. We switch back and forth various tasks hoping to get it all done faster.
Rush to get ready. Because there’s always so much to do and so little time, we do crazy stuff such as skipping breakfast, forgetting keys, or even wearing a different sock on each foot.
Does any of it sound familiar?
What about the afternoon?
It isn’t rare that we:
Struggle after a busy morning. Because we eat a frog first thing in the morning, by lunch time we feel depleted.
Lose sight of the main Goal. We immerse ourselves in busYness and forget to be intentional with our actions and priorities.
Lose motivation. Only half of the day has passed, but we feel beaten up and on survival mode instead of living.
In the evening, when it’s time to go to be we...
Start reviewing our day. The memory of all the open items of our to-do lists catches up with us.
Plan the following day. Even when we take the time to check our schedule for the next day, we go through our appointments mentally over and over again in advance.
Find it hard to relax and sleep. Instead of unwinding, we can’t find peaceful thoughts that help us find rest.
Even though this how the routine of many of us look like, it's far from ideal.
It denies ourselves the opportunity of:
And, it doesn't leave any room for inspiration either.
To start our coffee machine to work, all we need to do is push a button.
But we aren’t machines!
We need more than that if we want to have a fulfilling day ahead of us.
We need more than an automated process to get ourselves ready to perform at our best.
What if you could:
We all can benefit from a daily dose of inspiration to stay connected to our Goals in spite of all the ups and downs of the Journey.
I want to introduce you
Affirmations To Build Confidence.
What’s Affirmations To Build Confidence?
Who is Affirmations To Build Confidence for?
People who believe in themselves but need an extra push. We all face struggles and a reminder of our Skills and Strengths is always good.
People who lack local support. For those moments when we can’t reach out our Tribe right away but we need kind words.
(Virtual) Friends. Got a friend in need who can use some extra support? Would like to send a meaningful gift to someone on the other side of the globe? Want to give a little thank-you to a mentor, coach, or accountability who has been supporting you?
Bloggers, solopreneurs, and SAHMs. Because we work on our own most of the time, we need to find other ways to stay motivated.
Busy people. Even when we have no time for a 10-minute meditation, we repeat an affirmation to ourselves when going from one appointment to the next.
High-achievers. They help us stay focused and maintain a positive attitude in spite of challenges and obstacles.
Who is Affirmations To Build Confidence NOT for?
People who don’t want to improve. If you’re happy with your mindset as-is and you don’t want to become a better version of yourself, these affirmations aren’t for you.
Throughout my years in the corporate world, I learned the hard way the importance of good planning to avoid unnecessary stress.
Now, I'm here to share my knowledge with you so that you can also start applying a mindful approach to become more productive and organized.