Guaranteed Way to Power Up Your Day…

~By Linda Albright~


My partner and I follow an (almost) daily practice which has been incredibly powerful and has produced phenomenal results. Each morning, we take turns stating our intentions out loud to each other. After saying each one, we then pause and listen for those “helpful” voices inside our heads that  recite for us the 1000 reasons why we can’t possibly succeed at what we just declared.

It’s hilarious. And here’s the catch: after we say those silly thoughts, we actually we make fun of them. Here’s how it sounds:

Intention: “My body is strong and healthy.”

Voice: “Yeah right…have you seen what you ate last night!?”

Intention: “My body is strong and healthy.”

Voice: “Are you sure? Cuz last time I looked it wasn’t!”

Intention: “My body is strong and healthy” …

You get the idea.

We continue the process until the voices have worn themselves out, like tantrumming toddlers who pass out after a fit. The reason this process works is because “that which you resist persists” – so giving airtime to the negative chatter actually helps to release it. And once you release it, you have space in your head and your life to create what you REALLY want.

The process takes a little time, but that pales in comparison to the amount of time most people spend on negative chatter inside their own heads. Studies say that, on average, 80% of your daily thoughts are negative. EIGHTY PERCENT. Imagine starting your day with CLEAR energy, FOCUSED intentions, and an UNSTOPPABLE spirit. I guarantee that using this practice, you’ll not only get 10x more done, you’ll feel on top of the world.

Do you have a morning ritual

Linda Albright
On the surface, I'm a suburban, Ivy League mom who helped launch several companies – ranging from a chimney sweep business to an investor-funded dotcom – before growing my own multi-six figure company. Underneath, however, I'm a stubborn, rule-breaking spiritual warrior committed to helping women entrepreneurs create outrageous lives/businesses with all the toppings. Outside of work, I serve on the Advisory Board of the national networking group Over 40 Females, and I helped found the Copper Beech Institute, a preeminent center for mindfulness in Connecticut. Most of my time, however, is spent marveling over my aging body, 3 hormonal teenagers, and the feisty octogenarian father who lives with us. Quite the circus. 🙂
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