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“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily.”
– Zig Ziglar
SELF-DISCOVERY: Unleash the Achiever within
24 Hour Law of Attraction Daily Routine
7:00am – focus on your goals.
8:00am – say your daily affirmations.
9:00am – spread positivity.
10:00am – meditate.
11:00am – look at your vision board.
8:00pm – write in your gratitude journal.
10:00pm – write down what you accomplished today.
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HEALTH & WELLNESS: Stay healthy in the hustle
Why am I so Tired?
Instead of just accepting this as fact, take some time to investigate why you might be so tired so often.
Not Enough Movement
If constant fatigue is preventing you from enjoying your life or achieving your goals, you owe it to yourself to fix the problem. Getting older does not automatically mean you will be tired forever. It just means you need to take better care of yourself and make healthier choices.
LEADERS & INFLUENCERS: Learn from the best
The Not So Short Road to Success
Kevin Hart is one of the top comedians of our time because of the impact of his leaders, influencers, and lots of persistence.
Hart learned who to be and what to do and, conversely, who not to be and what not to do from his parents. Hart was born in 1979 to Nancy Hart, a single mother, and brought up in Philadelphia. His father, Henry Witherspoon, missed much of Hart’s childhood. He was in and out of jail and an addict.
Hart says that seeing the reality of what drugs and addiction can do to a person is why he doesn’t do drugs. He learned what he shouldn’t be doing from what his dad did.
When Hart decided he wanted to do stand-up, his mother agreed to pay his rent for a year as he worked to get noticed. It was his mother, Hart says, who gave him his work ethic. A computer analyst at the University of Pennsylvania, Nancy told her sons to set goals and achieve them.
In his stand-up, Hart opened up about his personal life, and audiences responded positively. He chose to tell his story in a self-deprecating and funny way. When Hart performs stand-up, he treats his father as a jester. For example, his father arriving coked up to cheer his son at spelling bees or giving his kids another family’s dog when they wanted a puppy. Hart often uses his height (standing at 5’4’’) as a punchline in his comedy.
Hart used his personal stories riddled with weaknesses, difficulties, and vertical challenged-ness as fuel for his rise to stardom. He got the discipline and focus from his father’s shortfalls and the work ethic from his mother’s successes.
Now, Hart has his sights on a new influencer—the one and only Oprah Winfrey.
Dave Becky, Hart’s manager, says, Hart is “going to build companies and invest in companies and do the things that Oprah and LeBron James do, where they don’t just do their craft — they create industries.”
Hart knows how to learn from those around him, and hopefully, we can learn from him.
MONEY: Become wealthy
Debt – Good or Bad?
Depends on who you ask really.
Debt is money owed to another; whether an individual, institution or entity. Some debt is good, some bad. Credit card debt is very bad, the interest rates you pay are astronomical and it’s exceedingly difficult to get out of credit card debt. A mortgage however, is excellent debt. A mortgage allows you to purchase a home. Some people prefer cash, some credit, some debit.
How do you determine if debt is good or bad?
This is a loaded question because this depends on your self-control and spending habits. For me, I pay with a credit card and earn rewards for doing so, essentially using someone else’s money in the short term and then pay it off every month. I have friends that have been carrying credit card debt for years, paying interest on interest.
The debt you have depends on what you do with it. If you’re using a student loan to increase your education to secure a higher paying career, then I would consider that good debt. If you’re using a student loan to simply put off your career for another year, that would be bad debt.
When considering what debt you want to incur and what you don’t, think to yourself what you’re using the debt for and if that debt will help you get to the next level in life.
FUN STUFF – WONDERFUL WORDS
Sonder: (n.) the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.
NEWS BREAK: Stay informed
1% BETTER: Improve each day
Set an alarm on your phone to move around every two hours. (RE: Health and Wellness)