The incredible story of Roger Bannister

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How to stay motivated and reach your goals… consistently.

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Big visions move people.

You don’t do stuff because you have no motivation, you don’t do it because you don’t have a strong enough vision of the outcome you’re trying to achieve.


It takes less than 15 minutes

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This helped my mother stop smoking 60 a day.

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It’s a simple routine, but it really works.

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And no, it’s not all about sleeping better.

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Waking up feeling energised and totally excited about the day ahead.

So, let’s get into this, shall we?


Here’s why you need to (finally) start doing it.

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Why journal each day?

The benefits are simply brilliant. Here’s a quick overview:

  1. Enhance…


Feeling unhappy is easy, so is feeling great. Your choice.

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“The quality of your life is a direct reflection of the quality of the questions you are asking yourself” - Tony Robbins

If you spend your day asking why you need to go to work, why you’re not good enough, why you’re useless, then your brain is going to give you a crappy response that makes you feel even worse.


And avoid the “Snowball of unconscious despair”

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Paul Murphy

I love writing about how we can improve our lives. Life alchemist, go-getter and deep diver into the sea of information. Pretty fun guy.

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