Get the Best out of Morning Start

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Vision Board

Studies show that you are 42 percent more likely to achieve your goals if you write them down. In fact, the more vividly you describe or picture your goals, the more likely you are to successfully accomplish them. You encode your brain, creating a better chance of remembering your goals. Most people do not have any clear written goals. That is why we created The Vision Board at the beginning of this planner, carefully designed for you to brainstorm, define, and generate your goals. Write a big picture of what kind of year you would like to have, what you would like to accomplish, and how you would like to grow. What is important is that you put it all down in writing.

Monthly Reflection

To accomplish your goals, you will need to revisit them to review and evaluate your progress. Reflect on your prayers, goals and success. How can the next month be more successful? This is also a great opportunity to create short-term goals.

Weekly Planning

Taking time to plan your week will increase your productivity and even lower stress. Take control of your time. Stay on track with your long-term and short-term goals. Make sure to even schedule your down-time!

The Weekly Planning section is key for self-awareness, which is an essential skill for your personal growth. Take account of your emotions and your spiritual growth by taking some time to reflect on your thoughts and feelings. Doing this can strengthen your emotional intelligence, which can make it easier to cope with the difficulties of life. You will begin to make sense of things and recognize thought patterns.

Daily Start

How are you doing? When someone asks this question, we often respond with “good,” and then move onto the next topic. But how are you really doing? We realize it is difficult to express our feelings sometimes. That is why we have created a unique system to help you put into words how you are really feeling. 

Each day of the year is also accompanied with a unique and encouraging scripture. Reflect on it and write your daily devotion. Research tells us that there are many advantages that come with expressive writing, including stress reduction, less likelihood to get sick, and less likely to be seriously affected by trauma. 

Countless research shows that gratitude can dramatically change your life for the better. It has the power to increase your optimism, increase sleep quality, and increase long-term well-being. That is why we have intentionally given you a daily space to write down what you are grateful for. Gratefulness will uplift your emotional and physical health.

We congratulate you for taking the steps to grow and improve your mental and physical health. Your best days will begin with a good Morning Start.

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