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Day 19 – The importance of fierce, focused practice.

Hello again! I’m so excited that you are well on your way to the firm creation of the habit to Remember Who You Are.

I’ve got a couple more nuggets for you from Kamal Ravikant today from his powerful book Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On it.

“I think instead of reading loads of self-help books, attending various seminars, listening to different preachers, we should just pick one thing. Something that feels true for us. Then practice it fiercely. Place our bet on it, then go all out. That’s where magic happens. Where life blows away our expectations.” – Kamal Ravikant

Kamal makes a very good point here.

Certainly he’s not advocating avoiding positivity from many sources. Of course we want to surround ourselves with positive influences as much as possible.

I think he’s pointing out that there are a lot of people who teach a lot of different things that probably work great if you actually DO them.

But when you try to do too many things, your focus is spread thin, and you do none of them well, if at all.

That’s exactly why together we spend an entire month focusing all our energy on creating one habit at a time.

Habit creation requires focused, fierce practice.

Complete dedication to just one thing.

And the beauty of that is when we do completely dedicate ourselves to one thing, life is so simple!

FOCUS removes overwhelm and gives us a sense of calm.

Once we establish a new habit firmly, it doesn’t require the same amount of energy to keep it going. We can maintain many good habits, but it’s best to fiercely focus on establishing just one new habit at a time.

Keep your eye on the one goal this monthto Remember Who You Are every day.

Reflect in the mirror morning and night.

Repeat throughout the day, “I love myself.”

Practice this fiercely, with laser-like focus for the entire month.

Keep tracking your progress! Check off the days so that you can hold yourself accountable and see your accomplishments.

Here’s another statement to try adding to your talks in the mirror. If you say this to yourself while standing tall, there’s no way you won’t be empowered and uplifted:

“This day, I vow to myself to love myself, to treat myself as someone I love truly, deeply. In my thoughts, my actions, the choices I make, the experiences I have, each moment I am conscious, I make the decision I LOVE MYSELF. – Kamal Ravikant

Feel free to add that to your morning mirror routine.

In fact, printing that out and posting it next to your mirror is not a bad idea.

Or you can write statements like that with dry-erase marker right on the top of your mirror.

Do whatever it takes to love yourself fully today!

Make today amazing!