Gain More Clarity with This 1 Habit

Tony Robbins promotes that quality questions lead to a quality life. Asking better questions
definitely enables us to make better choices in the moment. Too often we live a distracted life
because life really does come at us fast with so many things competing for our attention.

However, in order to do a new thing we must have clarity and master the art of how we think
about tomorrow while staying connected to what matters most today. And a distracted mind
cannot achieve either one. This is why I subscribe to the Power Hour.

Gift yourself with the first fruits of your day and ground yourself in your energy and become very clear about who you are, what you want to become, and what you value most.

During your Power Hour ask yourself quality questions such as how can I live and love more
fully today? What do I need to do to move me closer to who I want to become or to have what I
want to have? How can I use what I have to get me what I want? How can I be a better listener

In what ways can I treat people better? How can I be more cooperative, agreeable, open, and receptive? What kind of mood do I want to embody today? How do I want those I love
and remember to serve me?

What top three skills do I need to work on to achieve my goals this year? What top three skills
do people possess who are already successful in doing what I want to do? What’s the best way
for me to acquire these skills? Do I need to read, practice, get a coach, or attend a training?

How can I best be of service to others? In what ways can I give back to my community? What
can I do to improve my life and make it better today?

Knowing the answers to these type of questions bring us clarity. They help us to define and live
by our own personal values.

Forming the habit of having a Power Hour daily guarantees forming other habits which will help you to excel and enrich the full spectrum of your life. ❤

Do This to Sleep Better

Religious text admonishes us to not let the sun go down on our wrath. The mental state in which we fall asleep has a powerful, profound influence on our bodies.

Do not go to sleep until you have restored your mental balance, until your mental faculties are poised and your mind serene. It is more important to prepare the mind for sleep than the body. The mental bath is even more necessary than the physical one before bedtime.

Never allow yourself under any circumstances to retire in a discouraged, despondent, gloomy mood, or in a fit of anger. Practice making it a habit to let nothing tempt you to go to sleep with an unkind, critical, jealous thought toward another in your mind.

Make it your dominant intention each night to go to bed with a clean mental slate. Go to bed imagining yourself being the man or woman you long to become, filled with happiness, prosperity, and power. Saturate your mind with pleasant memories and with dreams of great expectations.

Be the master of your mind. Learn to control it, instead of allowing it to control you and torment you especially when it’s time for sweet slumber. Being persistent in preparing the mind for peaceful, healthful, happy, glorious sleep will prolong our lives and our youth.