By now you should be clear on why exactly you want to do this workshop, how you’ll feel when it’s completed (manifesting 101), and why exactly you care about achieving the goals you’re working toward.
And, you should have started to set up your environment with reminders of your why to keep you motivated.
All of those things are creating motivation - the fuel to your fire that keeps you going.
If you haven’t done those things - STOP. Go back and do them now. Share your action steps in the group so we can all celebrate you. And then carry on.
DAILY DO LISTS
You’re going to build momentum onto your motivation using a simple technique I call Daily Do Lists.
It’s a weird name, and it’s basically a simple to do list, but we’re using this term to distinguish this from your standard to do list.
Every day for the next 21 days, I want you to write a list of 5 things that you know you will automatically do. Things like brush teeth, wash face, drink coffee, feed cat, respond to emails, eat lunch…. you get the idea.
In addition to the 5 things you know you will do, write 1-2 things you want to do. Things that will take you closer to the big goals you spent time with in the pre-work and lesson one. Keep this to one or two items - no more.
Write this list every morning, and throughout the day I want you to check everything off your list.
It’s ideal to have a small notebook or app in your phone to make your lists, then check them off as your go, but the end of the night is fine.
Every day, you’ll share a picture or screenshot of your daily do list in the Facebook group. Tag me when you share so I can see!
I like to understand why I’m doing things, and so I’m sharing the why behind these Daily Do Lists with you.
Over the years, many of us have developed the belief that we just don’t finish things. That is not only a belief in your conscious and subconscious mind, but also one that lives in your nervous system. And as long as you have the story that you never do enough, you never do what you say you will, you don’t achieve what you set out to, it will remain extra challenging to do so.
These lists will start to retrain your subconscious mind and nervous system to believe that you do achieve what you say you will. That’s why it’s important to start with things you automatically do every day, eventually adding on additional items that feel a little more significant than brushing your teeth.
This will build momentum toward finishing projects (with the 1-2 items on your list), accountability to changes in your environment that make success a habit (with your morning check in to write your list and evening check in to share your photo), and continue to remind you of your big why aka motivation on a daily basis.
Tag me with your questions, breakthroughs or celebrations!