Finding Your Mojo in Uncertain Times
Finding your Mojo in Uncertain Times
Working from home changes many things.
Some thoughts to consider over the weeks/months ahead to help stay positive, powerful, mentally strong.
No matter what the near future holds being at home, protecting your family/friends provides the control to harness the future you want.
Here’s 15 thoughts to help find Your Mojo In Uncertain Times...
1. The power of daily rituals...get up at normal times…do some yoga or other exercise for 10-15 mins…plan each day in advance... No matter what the near future holds being at home, protects your family/friends, providing the control to harness the future you want.
2. Plan your meals and needs daily/weekly
3. If you need to go to the shops do it very early in the morning... or of course buy on-line
4. Wash hands and exposed surfaces multiple times day
5. Is there an area in your life you wish to conquer or improve... if so list them... decide on those things that’ll provide momentum to make the
difference you seek.
6. To increase opportunities triple your reading
7. Studying something of value that makes life in the now/ future better be that cultural, business, self-improvement., history, whatever
8. Be the professor to your student
9. Skype, phone, face-time friends and family multiple times a day
10. It takes 30-60 days to start/create new habits, what a perfect time to START now
11. Try NOT to become addicted to Netflix, Amazon Prime etc (save that stuff for the
12. Stay up-to-date on the daily news from a source you trust
13. Stay curious, be grateful, helpful and thankful
14. Don’t take anyone or anything for granted
15. If living with others find a space you can go to each day to just be
Cheers and Strength,
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