what you want to hear from your new cli- ent. When consistently applied this prac- tice has the power to surprise and amaze you! Try it for yourself and see.

Keep a Dream Journal – Your dreams are a window into your unconscious mind. They are rich in symbolism and messages. By recording your dreams you will be able to remember and capture the information that was made available to you. You can even ask a question right before going to sleep and then record the communication you received overnight.

Write Down 10 New Ideas – This exercise primes the pump. The more you do it the more freely information flows to you. It’s like stretching exercises for your mind. Don’t edit, don’t censor, just write. If it helps categorize your ideas, like 10 new business ideas, 10 books I want to read, 10 places I’d love to visit, or 10 people I’d love to interview.

Cultivate Mindfulness – As you go through your morning routine be mindful. Pay at- tention to each tooth while you brush. Give thanks for all the hands that it took to provide you with your food. Focus on each bite as you eat your breakfast. Slow

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Stay on Purpose – Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, had a profound morning ritual. He’d look in the mirror and ask himself, “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I’m about to do today?” He said if the answer was no too many days in a row he knew he needed to make some changes. Ben Franklin used to ask himself, “What good shall I do this day?” You have a unique contribution to make so keep focused on your purpose so every day will be a great day.

Meditate – Take 10-20 minutes and quiet your mind. Notice your thoughts and in- tentionally let them float by without grasp- ing at them. Accept whatever experience you have as the right one for you. This process will calm your nervous system and lower your stress. Remember, the goal isn’t not having thoughts, it’s learning how to watch your thoughts as they flow in and out. This disassociation is how you create your calming benefits.

Set an Intention – Decide your intention

Appreciate Yourself – Spend a few minutes looking at yourself

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or theme for the day. Write it down. Post it where you can see it throughout the day; this will keep your intention top of mind. You can either be at the mercy of daily events or you can choose how you want to craft your day. It’s up to you.

Create a Personal Mantra – This is an- other way to create your daily attitude. Focus on a phrase that informs how you want to show up throughout your day. Mantra’s like, “It’s all good”, “I’ve got this”, or “I am grateful to be here right now” all keep you in the flow of positive energy.

Send a Thank You Note – This is a quick practice that brightens some else’s day and gets you in the mindset of gratitude. It can be an actual note or an email. Set a goal to send two a day. Send them to coworkers, family members, friends, baristas, really anyone will do!

Connect with Nature – Open the blinds and welcome the morning. Give thanks for having another day. Go for a walk and drink in the energy of nature. You could even walk through your backyard or talk to your houseplants. Make it point to ap- preciate the beauty and serenity of nature.

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