Motivation in the Morning

Last Update: July 15, 2019

My thanks go to a friend who introduced me to a wonderful process to stay motivated and on-track with my goals. The process is outlined in the book titled "The Miracle Morning" by Hal Elrod. The key to the process is to start every day with six simple steps. They are Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading, and Scribing. (SAVERS). The author survived a near-fatal car accident and later on, survived cancer.

I adapted the SAVERS method to my mornings, getting up early every day and going through the steps. For me, this will be the key to motivation through the time it takes to learn, build, and sustain my Wealth Affiliate business.

Find what motivates you!

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VGilkes Premium
Hi DMahen 1 inspirational post, but as some-one else said you need to work out your own methods, not all methods suit everyone. Veronica.
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DMahen1 Premium
Veronica, I totally agree.
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firstlearn Premium
You need to go with whatever works for you.

Derek
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jeffschuman Premium
Interesting acronym and one that is easy to remember David. How much time do you spend on SAVERS each morning? Best of luck using it to build your WA business.
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DMahen1 Premium
Hey, Derek,
The time I spend is between 30 and 50 minutes, depending on the rest of my day.
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jeffschuman Premium
I’ll let Derek know. :-)
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LouiseBT Premium
Hi David
Thank you for sharing the SAVERS - I agree that having a morning "ritual" is the best way to start the day.
One of the many things I do to generate an income is house and pet sitting and unfortunately, there are some houses and pets that throw me out of my routine completely - I have decided to work hard at getting back into the SAVERS habits and will also be looking out for the book you have mentioned here.
Blessings
Louise
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DMahen1 Premium
Thanks, Louise!
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LouiseBT Premium
Hey David
As I was dozing off last night I was trying to remember what SAVERS stood for - do you think I could remember the first S - so frustrating! Haha!
Thank you again for this.
Blessings
Louise
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DMahen1 Premium
Louise
THanks for your comment.
Whatever process you use every day will work, consistency is the key. for the S Silence, I meditate with an Om recording.
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sminman7 Premium
WOW! Very impressive! This is similar to what I do also! My day starts with exercise at the gym riding an upright bike for 6 miles or a half-hour then weights and the mat! The meditation and affirmations are accomplished with the bike ride!
Keep up the good work!
Michael Inman
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DMahen1 Premium
Good, that you do that. My exercise is at home, slowly building after a lifetime of no exercise. Well. not my entire lifetime. When I was n my 30's I ran, abut 2 miles a day every other day. That stopped after an accident that wiped out my knees. Back to exercise now.
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