Four Simple Steps

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This is an advanced exercise, not really intended for those of us who are currently suffering from anxiety or depression. I recommend that you wait until you have many of your own emotional needs met and that you're feeling confident in yourself prior to completing this exercise. However, you are your own best judge, so please yourself.

 

There are four simple steps that will empower you to make a difference in other people's lives and lead you along the path of greatness.

 

STEP ONE

When you wake up tomorrow morning, remind yourself of your goal, your point B, your essential purpose - to become the-best-version-of-yourself.

 

STEP TWO

The next step is to ask yourself, "Whose day can I make today?"

 

STEP THREE

Now ask yourself, "How can I make that person's day?"

 

STEP FOUR

When you have made these first three steps, shower and have breakfast, but then, just before racing into the day, take a few minutes to plan, reflect, and pray. Find a quiet place, and in that silence visualize how you would like your day to unfold. Make plans to fulfill your legitimate needs physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. Take a moment to become aware of, and to appreciate, all you have and all you are, and then you will be ready for the day.

 

If you faithfully commit yourself to this simple four-step plan of action for the next ten days, your life will begin to be filled with the fruits of the rhythm of life - peace, joy, an increased ability to love, an increased ability to be loved, a rare happiness and satisfaction, a profound sense of fulfillment, and the love, excitement, and passion for life that are the essence of God, the essence of the human being, and the intended essence of the human experience.

Matthew Kelly

 

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