A Book Review – The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod!

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Back Cover – What if you could miraculously wake up tomorrow and any – or every area of your life was transformed?  What would be different?  Would you be happier?  Healthier?  More Successful?  In better shape?  Would you have more energy?  Less stress?  More money? Significantly better personal and professional relationships?  Which of your problems would be solved?  What if I told you that there is a “not-so-obvious” secret that is guaranteed to transform any – or literally every area of your life, faster that you ever thought possible?  What if I told you it would only take 6 minutes a day?  Enter The Miracle Morning.  What’s now being practiced by thousands of people around the world could perhaps be the simplest approach to creating the life you’ve always wanted.  It’s been right there in front of us, but this book has finally brought it to life.  Are you ready?  The next chapter of your life – the most extraordinary life you’ve ever imagined – is about to begin.

My Opinion.  This book has so many nuggets of knowledge that I would have never thought of.  Like everything that promotes change in your life.  This method requires some self discipline.  Hal breaks down personal growth into 10 minute intervals to bring you the Level 10 life model.

For me a person who is working on better time management skills,  I would need to set timers as Hal suggests to be able to move on to the next thing.  I believe that in the beginning those of us with anxiety would have a problem with the time constraints and self imposed rules of this method, but after a short time the anxiety would subside and new habits would form allowing the personal growth aspects to take over.

First thing’s first.  Exercise.  Hal points out how Tony Robbins says get outside and walk or run, even for 15 minutes.  If you have listened to Get the Edge or Personal Power, you know this to be true.  (Yes I follow Tony Robbins, he is AMAZING)  Hal started running, following the advise of a friend.  During that early morning run time Hal says that he has the biggest and best brain storming sessions.

I have to agree with this.  When I go walking, I come back with the best ideas for products and blog posts.  I have solutions to personal problems that I have not even considered before.  I feel invincible, motivated and inspired.

Hal speaks about how he began to wake up an hour earlier than normal to do more things he has wanted to do, personal growth things that he didn’t have time to do previously.

Hal dissected his early morning hour into ten minute segments where he would accomplish the things he had wanted to do.  Ten minutes for meditation.  Ten minutes for manifesting/visualizing, Ten minutes for journaling (keeping this to 10 minutes is a feat for me), Ten minutes for affirmations.  Ten minutes for reading.

He loved doing this so much that he started to wake up 2 hours early instead of just one.  When speaking to his coaching clients he discovered that many of them started doing the same thing.

I have also discovered that waking up early in the morning to do things for myself that I really want to do helps start my day on the right foot and helps me to feel fulfilled and accomplished by bedtime.

Conclusion:

Creating healthy habits in a routine that take you in the direction where you want your life to go will change your life.  Your goals will be accomplished through tiny steps daily.

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