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The Present Principle is a 7-step model for getting your days off to a better start. It’s a model I used to better hack my mornings, and I hope it will inspire you to build a better morning routine that sets you up for success. Here’s how it works:
P — PRAY (or PAUSE)
(I start my days with a cup of tea in hand, and a quick prayer of guidance, thanks, and direction. if prayer isn’t your thing, then just take a moment to PAUSE. take in life, and breath out your woes)
R — READ
(After prayer, my mornings start with reading. A bible, a devotional, and a a bit of motivating reading are my tools of choice.)
E — EXPRESS
(Following time in reading and prayer, I express my own thoughts. Use a journal, a post-it, and put pen to paper to share your thoughts and expressions.)
S — SCHEDULE
(Check in your day, and scan your week at large. I spend 5-10 minutes doing both in this time.)
E — EXERCISE
(Moving is key. Even if it doesn’t happen in the morning, getting in exercise of some sort into your day is essential to be happy, healthy, and grounded.)
N — NOURISH
(Do one thing today that truly nourishes you. Take a bath. Read a novel. Play with a baby. Do it for you.)
T — TRACK
(How did you do? How many of the seven steps were you able to complete today? Can you do better tomorrow?)
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