How To Have A Great Day Tomorrow

The seven choices that determine your day.

For The Interested
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5 min readAug 5, 2017


When we have a bad day, it’s usually our own fault.

Because while some things happen that are out of our control, the quality of most days is determined by how we choose to approach them.

A bad day is often the result of bad choices we make about what we invite into it. The better we select our “inputs,” the better our day becomes.

Our inputs — the things we consume, interact with, or experience in a given day — are largely in our control.

We can’t guarantee ourselves a great day, but we can stack the deck in our favor by pursuing positive inputs and limiting negative ones.

Here are a few places to start…A

1. Choose what you watch, read, and listen to carefully.

According to a 2015 study, if you expose yourself to three minutes of negative news first thing in the morning, you’re 27% more likely to declare you’ve had a bad day six-to-eight hours later.

The content you consume — news, music, podcasts, TV, etc.— has a HUGE impact on how your day goes.

One of the simplest things you can do to have a good day is consume media that inspires, motivates, and



Josh Spector
For The Interested

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