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“You can’t be pitiful and power. Choose one.” -Joyce Meyer “Turn your wounds into wisdom.” -Oprah ~ When times are tough, you choose to let it bring you down or motivate you to push even harder. We believe about ourselves what we think of ourselves.
All professionals have a routine they stick to for the a.m. wake up call. However, what do you do if you are stressed out about work, a relationship, or life. There are many things you can do to get your day started instead of depending on your work environment to ease the stress. The list below is all therapeutic suggestions for a stressful morning.
#1 Wake up early
Go for a run or go to the gym
Sit in your favorite spot and sip coffee
Play with your pet
Write in your journal
Read and study goals for the day
#2 Get fresh air
Go for a walk around your neighborhood
Sit on your balcony
Do a project in your yard
Walk to work
#3 Play with your pet
Take your dog for a walk or ask a neighbor to take theirs if you don’t have one.
Cuddle with your pet
Groom your pet
Play fetch with your dog
Read a few pages from your favorite book
Catch up on a book
Read business articles
Read your favorite blog
If a writer, read part of your book
Talk to your spiritual being
Reflect on life
Reflect on your daily or life goals
Reflect on what you are grateful for
Talent is how quickly your skills improve when you invest effort. Achievement is what happens when you take your acquired skills and use them.
Having a high IQ or being top of your class doesn’t make you successful. Not even attending the best colleges. More so, being gritty. People become successful because of their passion and persistence. Being gritty is the ability to persevere. It’s about being unusually resilient and hardworking, so much so that you’re willing to continue on in the face of difficulties, obstacles and even failures. It’s about being constantly driven to improve.