Add affirmations to your morning routine.
“It’s the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. Once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” - Muhammad Ali
Affirmations mostly happen unconsciously. We repeat them until they become part of us, part of our beliefs. Affirmations reprogram our brain. Write your affirmations in such a way that they are aligned with what you really want to accomplish and who you need to be to accomplish your goals. Repeat them daily.
Here is a five-step formula to create your own affirmations:
Decide what you really want.
You want to be at level 10 in every area of your life.
Define why you want it.
Consider this from the deepest level.
Become clear on who you want to be.
Remember, your life gets better only after you get better.
Determine what you’re committed to doing to attain it.
Make a plan with specific actions. Allow yourself to feel small successes along the way.
Add inspirational quotes and philosophies.
Look for examples in your favorite books.
A few tips:
- Tap into your emotions to make affirmations effective. Without emotion, it’s just a repetition of a text. Put strong emotions into every affirmation.
- Remember to update your affirmations regularly.
- For affirmations to work, you must read them daily. It’s like a workout. It takes time to see the effects.