Fulfilling Your Commitment
To See the Whole Video, Go To - Fulfilling Your Commitment Below is a transcription of this video – I wanted to talk to you about the wake-up call morning. I share this briefly. It’s funny, I talk about these videos like you know what I’m talking, like you’re watching my videos like TV shows, like you’re watching them back to back. I’m letting it reel and I just talked about this a couple of minutes ago, and it’s the wake-up call. You know, I used to sit in bed, I don’t know if you relate to this, and my mind would race. Should I get up or shouldn’t I get up? I don’t want to get up. I don’t want to do this and blah, blah, blah, blah.
The second I get up, all that racing was over but I had to actually take that initial step to get out of bed. These days, I’m getting up at 5 o’clock in the morning pretty much every single day to get my day going. Sometimes I get up at 4 o’clock in the morning just depending on how much sleep I got at night. When I get up, I feel great. I start taking action and moving forward on the day and that feels awesome. When I don’t do it and I let myself sleep and get lazy, I don’t feel great. The funny thing is getting up and feeling awesome and getting the right stuff done in the morning actually does more to have well rested sleep. I think well rested sleep comes from feeling good about what you actually did during the day as opposed to feeling guilty and carrying the baggage around of not fulfilling on what you said you were going to do that day. What I suggest, not for the long term because it’s important that we get enough sleep, but experiment with getting up a little bit earlier, doing a little bit more, especially for a short period of time. I think in the end, what you’ll find out is doing that and doing what you say you’re going to do and fulfilling what you say you’re going to do, is actually going to cause you to be less tired than not doing those things, not doing those things and getting a little bit more sleep, that’s just been my experience. Regardless of you getting 12 hours of sleep or three hours of sleep, the key is fulfilling those commitments that you made to yourself that are going to make you a better person, make you feel better about yourself. I think that makes a huge difference.
Thanks a lot for listening to this message. Make it an awesome day. You will see a link down below this video, to the side of this video. Click on that link, enter your best email address and theyâ€™ll give you some specific actions that you should take after that. Follow through with those actions and be the difference between making 2013 just another mediocre year and 2013 an awesome year. Thanks a lot and make it an awesome day.
Published on Mar 30, 2013