My Miracle Morning. How You Start Your Morning Determines Your Day
Something I have started this month, which I THOUGHT I would have a love hate relationship with because of the time I now get up, is my Miracle Morning.
It’s basically getting my mind and body focused on what’s important and getting my head straight before I really start my day. I get up at 5:00 am, and from 5:00 am-6:00 am, I do my miracle morning. And I love it. Absolutely love it!
I have a few friends who also do Miracle Morning and are getting amazing results. “Miracle Morning” is a book by Hal Elrod. It’s such a good book for those in any business. I won’t go into too many details on the book other than saying you should get it. It’s an awesome book.
Basically a Miracle Morning is where you get up in the morning and you set your intentions for the day. In this book, Hal talks about the lifesavers, and SAVERS is an acronym for how to do your own miracle morning.. These are basically the steps you take for the absolute best start to your day.
The Savers stand for S – Silence A, Affirmations, V- Visualization, E – Exercise, R- Read, S- Scribe.
In hopes to inspire you to start yours, I want to share what I personally do during my Miracle Morning
S – Silence, Which also can be prayer or meditation. I apply essential oils first thing in the morning. I spend the first 20 minutes of my day in prayer. It makes for a much better day altogether. There’s no better way to start your day than talking to your Creator.
A- Affirmations – I affirm what I want and speak life into my business and family. Life and death is in the power of the tongue. I encourage you to take a minute and speak into your goals and dreams. Speak life into your business. This is what I spend a couple minutes doing every morning.
V- Visualization – I spend a minute or two visualizing what I want to achieve this year and what I need to do to make it happen. It’s not only about seeing the end result, but what needs to happen to get me there. You reap what you sow. Visualization is powerful for your mindset, but it only works if you take action toward your goals.
E – Exercise – Sometimes it’s yoga or a 15 minute walk around our home if it’s nice out. But basically, some form of exercise to get your body going and wake your body up.
R – Read – Personal Development – Just a few pages each morning to put some positivity into my brain. Sometimes I listen to a personal development podcast instead for 15 minutes.
S- Scribe or Journal – Every morning at the end of my Miracle Morning I am writing down 3 things I am grateful for that day. Nothing works better than gratitude to change your attitude. It puts a positive spin on my day when I am grateful for what I have and where I am while working toward what I want.
So that’s my personal Miracle Morning, not perfect, but it has made a huge difference in how I feel and how productive my day goes.
I hope this was helpful. I encourage you to try it. It will change how you feel about mornings. Will you start your Miracle Morning tomorrow?
To your success,