A strategy is defined as a plan of action.
I start just about every morning with a rundown of my day. Focused on what I need and want to accomplish.
The day does not have to be filled hour by hour with a detailed itinerary. In fact, most of my days demand a little bit of flexibility.
My daily strategy sessions are very simple. I remember my first one, it started with one sheet of paper. In fact, I think it may have been on the back of a piece of junk mail.
Once I was up moving, around and had my preferred cup of go-juice (aka hot tea) I grabbed a sheet of paper and wrote down three things.
1. What are 3 things I’m grateful for today?
2. What are 3 things I want to get done today?
3. What am I looking forward to today?
My morning strategy sessions have evolved since then, from a piece of scrap paper to using a journal and calendar. I admit though, my discipline of actually journaling every morning is not a strong suit of mine. However, I make sure every morning I run down at least those 3 questions, to get the navigation plotted for the day.
If each day feels like a battle to accomplish what you need to do, take a note from a book called the Art of War by Sun Tzu
“Every battle is won before it’s ever fought.”
What is your plan of action today?
You can purchase my “Morning Strategy Session How to Guide” on my website by clicking here.
This guide will walk you through your first 7 days of short morning strategy sessions. The 9-Page pdf also includes a daily journal template to guide your sessions past just your first week of using this game-changing life strategy.