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Know How To Have Successful Start To Your Day

“Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.”



It’s still dark outside as the unavoidable alarm bell goes off! This first thing you do is pulling up your curtain and a very refreshing atmosphere is waiting for you outside of the window.

The moment you stumble out of bed and go into the shower, a new day just begins for you.

Now the question is- how to have a successful start of your day?

Always remember one thing that what you do at the beginning of a new morning sets the tone for the entire day and now choice is yours. It’s your decision and you can decide it as soon as you wake up, that today will be a great day for you. Yes, as I told you, this is your choice of the day.
You can simply choose to be in a complete positive frame of mind.

All it needs a successful start of a day because a good start sets you up for a more fulfilling and productive day.

The method of starting a good day consists of few simple steps.

Make a list …..not an essay!

Just before hitting the bed tonight, you should definitely invest sometimes for yourself and start making a list of very important thing that needs to be done tomorrow. Leave the note beside you so that you can read it just after waking up.

Don’t be an alarm puppet:

At least have thirty minutes between the time you press the snooze off button and get out of the bed! This span of thirty minutes is the most crucial time because this time is completely yours and you should use this time to set the good mood for rest of the day. Today is yours and of course today will bring the best thing for you.

Make sure you are not lying in the span of this thirty minutes because it could again make you fall asleep.

Wake yourself properly with some little exercises like stretching.



Now go for a walk….not a walking race!

The whole purpose of walking outdoor for fifteen minutes to half an hour is to enjoy the nature outside. Recite some positive affirmation as you walk. Enjoy the cool air and whistle of birds. Think about all the good things that have happened to you and things that you should be grateful for.

Once you are back to home, take a shower and enjoy a light breakfast. Start your journey at least 10 minutes before the scheduled time so that you won’t have to rush



Setting a low bar for happiness is actually important. It will make you grateful for every little thing that makes you happier that you used to take for granted like having a roof over the head. It actually makes you stay positive and at the same time you will find simple happiness throughout the day.



Finally- “Why so serious? Put some smile on that face”!



Nope, it’s not putting smile on the face like Batman’s Joker but yes, a smiling face can make the entire day smoother. Keeping a light smile for every tiny happiness would make you feel good and positive!

Growing when facing crisis

Crisis: Opportunity to grow?

Could a Crisis be a Great  Opportunity to grow?

For the Chinese, the meaning of the word CRISIS is associated with danger and opportunity. For this reason, it may indicate that the crisis is an instance of change or great for taking a decision on which way to choose. Do you think so too? Could Everything breaking, falling or suffering from an abrupt change  become a growth opportunity?

Being in the present means to refuse go somewhere else, “says Miguel Lagos, psychologist and author of” From the mind to the heart ”

On many occasions, we have heard and we saw  unexpected opportunities that come to us after going through many periods of pain, confusion and instability in our personal lives.

This depended on our attitude. Those who see it as chaos, do not participate, do not invest and lag behind their decisions. Those who see it as an opportunity, participate in paradigm shifts, invest, take risks and sacrifices and achieve some of the biggest successes ever.

Similarly, the opportunity hidden behind a crisis won’t present itself until fully recognized and accepted. How is this? When something terrible happens to me or someone close to me such as an accident, illness, pain, separation or some death it may seem like it’s not that bad or does not affect me, exerting resistance and delaying the importance of real pain and continue trapped in a sufficient. This situation, however, can be accompanied by sadness and tears, but once you have abandoned the resistance, you will find  a deep serenity and acceptance allowing you both an inner and outer transformation. Sometimes visible and immediately, at deeper levels initially and more obvious changes later.

The author refers alongside other issues to the existence of the “common man” and “spiritual warrior” who live in each of us and faces them differently to crises giving a present totally unequal.


Growing Financially Through a Crisis


Tips to Beat Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Today we’ll learn 6 amazing tips to Beat Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Nowadays many people claim very lightly that they have OCD. It seems like a fashionable phrase they use without really knowing the extent of what OCD is. So before we start, let’s define OCD.

Wikipedia defines OCD as…

Obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder where people feel the need to check things repeatedly, perform certain routines repeatedly (called “rituals”), or have certain thoughts repeatedly. People are unable to control either the thoughts or the activities for more than a short period of time.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a very debilitating condition which can prevent you from enjoying your life. OCD forces you to go back and checking everything you did just in case.

As Wikipedia further explains:

Common activities include hand washing, counting of things, and checking to see if a door is locked. Some may have difficulty throwing things out. These activities occur to such a degree that the person’s daily life is negatively affected.[1] Often they take up more than an hour a day.[2] Most adults realize that the behaviors do not make sense.[1] The condition is associated with tics, anxiety disorder, and an increased risk of suicide.[2][3]

However, here are some tips that will help you keep your OCD in check:

1. Realize You Have An Issue and make a conscious decision to change.

2. Analyze the issues you encounter and start to make changes if necessary.

3. Make checklists of the things you have already done to avoid checking if you did them over and over again.

Whenever you second guess if you already did it or not, just look at your list rather than go back and physically check.

4. Be Patient!

Rome was not built in a day. This is a process that will take time. Be aware of it and do not feel frustrated if things don’t change overnight.

5. Identify Obsessive Compulsive Behavior patterns.

Whenever you find yourself falling into the OCD trap, stop yourself in your tracks, go to the list mentioned in #3 and do not indulge that compulsive behavior. In time, these instances will be less frequent until totally gone.

6. Talk To Others

There are other people suffering from OCD who will help you and try to support. Not everyone will understand, but help is out there. And the Internet is a great source of information and support. Use it to your advantage and get in touch with others going through the same. Forums can be particularly helpful for this.