Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.
For today, we'll make a cover page for our Success Tool Kit* which we've been working on. We'll also see how we're progressing with our list of projects and we'll aim to reduce our use of technology for today. Here's the plan -
1. Reduce our technology habit---Watch less TV, silence the cell phone for 2 hours or to decrease our use of the computer.. As always, do what works for you.
2. Make a cover page for our Success Tool Kit - For this you can use the computer or design a cover page by hand. A key point to remember is to be creative. You can create a cover page with some of the inspiring images that you viewed yesterday or use an image of yourself You can also give the cover a title and/or decorate it with positive words.
3. Review our progress with our list of projects/priorities. Are there finished projects that you can now transfer to your completed list? Are there projects that are no longer important to you? Or on the other hand, are there projects that you need to remind yourself about? During the week, aim to work on 4 projects at a time. (You can review Days 3 and 5 for more information about making a list of projects.)
*Your Success Tool Kit should have the information which we've worked on gathering this week. You can put your tool kit in its own binder or use a divider to separate it from the other material we've been working on. Your Success Tool Kit should have the following--
What you enJoy
Resources (supportive people & resources that can help you with your goal)
Completed Projects (an ongoing list)
Ideal Life Description
An Inspiring Person
Your Main Project
Rate yourself on plan
Tomorrow, we'll move into our third theme for this plan which is renewing our energy. We'll be working on our sleeping, eating and fitness habits. If you want to be ready for our third theme, you can decide on 2/more energizing foods to add to your "menu." Using the links below, find what works best for you. For instance, I don't "endorse" all of the foods mentioned in the prevention.com article but it may suit someone else's eating style.
Of course, use common sense on this program and the standard of checking with a medical professional before beginning a health/fitness program applies here.