For some time now, I have made a point to write every Sunday for about ten minutes. Even if I don’t have anything to say, I just start writing. Sometimes I read what I wrote, sometimes I don’t. I would like to share with you what I wrote last Sunday for two reasons.
Number 1: I may not know you, but I believe in you. I believe you can accomplish great things and positively impact the world…as a result, reading this may help motivate you.
Number 2: I believe that posting this passage will help me hold myself accountable for ‘practicing what I preach’ as I move forward.
“Tomorrow, I want to lift. I want to move weight and gain strength in my body and my mind. I love the feeling of the pump. I think better, clearer, faster, and with more direction after a good lift.
I want to eat healthy tomorrow. I want a healthy, balanced diet, that is rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. I want to stay hydrated tomorrow. I know the importance of keeping my body hydrated, and I want to be proud of my body.
I want to make progress tomorrow. Not just with my nutrition and exercise habits, but with my mind and my work. I want to inspire one of my co-workers to take a chance…to push their limits and test their abilities. Tomorrow I want to set myself up for success in the future.
I want to be heard tomorrow. I have ideas, and without action they will remain ideas. I will speak my ideas aloud with confidence. I will be open to critiques and I will be appreciative for the feedback. Tomorrow I want to make a minimum of five people smile.
Tonight, I want to dream of tomorrow. I want to sleep well and with a smile on. I want to visualize tomorrow happening. I want to see tomorrow with my mind’s eye as I rest and prepare.
I better get to bed…I got a big day tomorrow.”
I leave you with a reflective question:
WILL YOU HAVE A BIG DAY TOMORROW?