Do you ever find yourself in a place where you’re sluggish and fatigued daily? Do you find yourself going to bed late, fuelling the fatigue? Are you finding that breaking up the late-to-bed habit is an ongoing process? If so, have faith.
This was me for quite a long time. I then came to realise there were aspects of my life which were contributing to the low energy. In turn the reduced energy levels affected my confidence.
I began to recognize this as an opportunity for me to develop a means of taking myself from having practically no energy to feeling motivated to move and do!
The personal development research I’ve completed over the years, and that I continue on a daily basis, is showing that certain aspects need to be in place for my energy levels – and hence my mood and confidence – to increase:
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Being able to take control and do this when you are able to helps in you keeping control of your mental and physical energy throughout the day
Some kind of technique to release baggage and help you feel more of a sense of connectedness to yourself, others, the world, the world eg Emotional Freedom (‘Tapping’) Therapy
Fuel (good food): so your mind works at the optimal level
Water: a fantastic amount during the day to increase the electrical activity in the brain. The ideal is supposedly 2-6 litres per day.
Clean, ordered, de-cluttered environment, which helps with feeling you have more energy and that you’re in control
Some sort of prioritized and positive set of goals you know you can achieve in the day, even if it’s in a stretch: eg a to-do listing
This helps to satisfy (according to personal development specialist Anthony Robbins), two of our key human needs
An important element of this is that you take part in the above at the level that is ideal for you on that specific day.
If you have had little or no sleep, you might have to do more tapping or more movement to get the same amount of energy flowing as when you have had more sleep. If you’re feeling out of kilter, you may have to watch what you eat daily much more than when you’re feeling a little better.
The above list represents a plan I’ve come up with so far, in a rough order of priority, but it’s by no means an exhaustive listing.
I understand how I could feel in the mornings. I know, however, that I have things that need to be done, so just lounging in bed is not an option.
The above is a simple set of tools to get me from zero (energywise) to a level five, a level eight or even a nine consistently. These tools, although fairly basic, have had a substantial impact on my moods and my life. I hope they can help you to learn How to Make Pot Brownies