Will You Invest 5 Minutes A Day To Stay Focused?
I know you must be thinking, 5 minutes? Really? YES! Really! I know how you feel though, cause I was skeptical too, however, I had reached a point in my life where I wanted more time and much more freedom. And, I was willing to listen to someone who had the time and freedom which I wanted so badly. 😥
Can It Really Be That Simple?
When I was first told to “visualize”, I had no clue what that was! I studied books and tapes to learn how to visualize and at that time, there was no such thing as “the internet”! LOL! 😆 As I started to invest some time everyday visualizing and “seeing in my mind’s eye” what I wanted my life to be like, things started to happen! 😯 Don’t get me wrong, I got into action when I decided to become an entrepreneur, and I have definitely worked hard to learn the skills for my home based business, however, these 5 minutes a day truly “changed the course of my life”. 😀
Let’s Just Try It!
Instead of explaining it to you, how about I take you through a 5 minutes visualization exercise?
How Do You Feel?
Different? Tingly all over? I felt it too! And do you feel more calm and relaxed? 😆 Great!!
New Daily Routine of 5 Minute Visualization
Every morning, invest 5 minutes to do this visualization. Relish in the good feelings and start each day with your “vision” in mind. Observe yourself and others as your day goes by. You will start to notice “synchronistic” events happening in your day. Amazing coincidences will occur more often, and the more you pay attention to them, the more often they will happen.
Try It For 30 Days
How do you feel? Excited? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below! And let us know how you feel after 30 days. 😛
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