Every day is a good day. Every day is what you make it to be. Many people categorize some days as good, and others as bad. It is my belief that every day is what you perceive it to be. If you perceive it to be bad, then it is bad for you; if you perceive it to be good, then it is good for you.
However, in order for you to have a good day every day, there are some principles to which you must adhere.
- Woke up early.
- Did your morning walk.
- Took a morning shower.
- Brushed your teeth, sprayed a perfume.
- Read some pages from your favorite book.
- Did a healthy breakfast.
- Connected to family and friends.
(1) Expect to have a good day every day.
Your thoughts have energy, and the thoughts you send out, bring back the corresponding events to you. Send out negative thoughts, and negative events will return; send out positive thoughts, and positive events will return.
(2) Prioritize your daily tasks.
Each morning when you awake, make a to do list; read it over, then ask yourself this question: “What is important to me today?” Having arrived at the answer, arrange the tasks in order of importance, starting with the most important task, and ending with the least important. As the tasks are completed, tick them off. Ensure that you complete at least three of those tasks by the end of the day. If you can accomplish all of them, great! Prioritizing your tasks is an excellent prerequisite to having a great day every day.
(3) Focus on the present – Today.
As the saying goes,“Yesterday is a cancelled cheque, tomorrow is a promissory note, today is cash, use it wisely.” Let today be the best day of your life. Live today as if it was your last day. Be present in every moment of today. Focus on today and make it what you want it to be: great, joyous, gantastic. Remember that today has twenty-four hours, and when those have passed, today is gone forever. You only have one shot at today, so make it memorable; make it great.