I make intelligent choices automatically. I plan my days. I schedule my time, so I can devote my resources to the activities that are meaningful for me. I clarify my goals and priorities. I limit distractions. I leave time for rest and relaxation.

I communicate tactfully and directly. I listen attentively to others. I exchange constructive feedback. I speak with kindness and compassion.

I express gratitude and affection. I remember how much I have to be thankful for. I give others sincere compliments and tell them how they make my life richer.

I think positively. I notice the fortunate events that happen each day. I spend time with family and friends who lift me up. I turn challenges into opportunities to learn and grow.

I have fun. I work on my hobbies and play with my children. I spend time outdoors at the beach or in my backyard. I visit butterfly gardens and science museums. I laugh and smile.

I demonstrate leadership. I network effectively. I give generously and stay in touch with my contacts. I embrace diversity and innovation. I take the initiative and continue learning. I master the latest technology and keep up with new ideas in my field.

I practice self-care. I eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly. I develop a healthy sleep routine. I manage stress.

Today, I build my life around habits that increase my mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. I keep myself fit and strong.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How can I gain more control over my habits?
  2. What is one practice I want to change?
  3. Why do the long-term consequences of my habits outweigh the short-term rewards?