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Morning ritual - pray & plan & Presence

Updated: Jun 23

Begin your day with a moment of prayer (spiritual practice). This practice sets a positive tone and centers your mind for what’s ahead. It’s crucial to ground yourself in the present moment. Being fully present helps you appreciate the now, reduces stress, and allows you to engage deeply with each task you undertake.


Planning is essential for achieving your goals. Adopt the mantra: plan, plan, and plan some more. Writing down your plans, even in brief detail, is exceptionally important. The act of writing brings clarity and helps visualize your objectives. The more you write, the more tangible your goals become. Keep studying your subject and continuously refine your plans as you gather new insights.


When you wake up, ask yourself, “What am I going to do today?” Identify 2-3 achievable tasks for the day. This daily planning not only keeps you focused but also anchors you in the present, guiding your actions step-by-step.


Your plans can be categorized into short-term and long-term goals. Long-term plans are often broken down into manageable short-term tasks, like daily plans. These daily actions are the building blocks of your larger objectives. Staying present helps you handle these tasks with greater attention and effectiveness.


Remember, you can always seek advice from experts. Asking the right questions is key to getting valuable insights. You don’t have to be perfect to ask the right questions; curiosity and a willingness to learn are what matter most. Being present during these interactions ensures you absorb and understand the guidance fully.


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