Good Morning: 365 Positive Ways to Start Your Day by Brook NoelGood Morning: 365 Positive Ways to Start Your Day by Brook Noel

Good Morning: 365 Positive Ways to Start Your Day

byBrook Noel

Paperback | December 1, 2008

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365 Positive Ways to Start Your Day Good Morning offers proven tools to help us live our best life daily. While studies show breakfast to be the most important meal of the day, Brook Noel believes a positive "emotional breakfast" is a key source of emotional, mental, and physical strength for the day. Good Morning provides readers with a daily dose of inspiration to make every day matter. More than 40,000 women have realized the benefit of starting their day with a positive thought and Good Morning, a principle tool from the bestselling book The Change Your Life Challenge, also authored by Brook Noel. Each day for more than three years, Noel has sent a daily email, challenge, and affirmation to her readers. Good Morning compiles a years' worth of positive morning messages into a single volume, offering readers a reflective boost to begin the day. "I have read youremails for years. They say that thoughts lead to actions; your Good Mornings are a cleansing to the mind. Can't tell you what a good diet it has been." -Tiffani "I count on Brook's Good Morning to remind me of what is really important in life." -Michelle "Brook's Good Mornings have a way of changing my day. No matter the quote? it gives me a reason to view my day differently? especially if it didn't start out right." -Betsy
Brook Noel is a CEO, author, speaker, and mom. She has been featured in hundreds of shows and magazines, including ABC World News, CNN Headline News, and Fox & Friends. She is the author of Good Morning, I Wasn't Ready to Say Goodbye, The Change Your Life Challenge, and other books. She lives in Wisconsin.
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Title:Good Morning: 365 Positive Ways to Start Your DayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:496 pages, 9.07 × 5.5 × 0.98 inPublished:December 1, 2008Publisher:SourcebooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9781402212246

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April 18 "The Constitution only guarantees the American people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself." -Benjamin Franklin Good morning! Today we are going to start our morning with a simple role-play, a technique I like to use once in a while. Let's say that tonight for dinner you want to have homemade soup. You have a craving. Your family has a craving. Everyone wants soup. Unfortunately, you don't have a single ingredient needed to make the soup. What would you do? I will make a guess that you will go get the ingredients. Obviously, if you don't go get them, you'll never fulfi ll that homemade-soup craving. Happiness is a craving we all have. But we can't sit and wait for it to come our way, just as the ingredients for a recipe won't magically appear. We have to make a conscious effort to go out and "catch happiness." Many times throughout our day we are faced with something we want and we fulfi ll that want. We are thirsty-we go get something to drink. We are hungry-we go get something to eat. We want to write something down-we go get a pen. Happiness need not be any more complicated-if we want happiness, we must either go get it or create it where we are. Your Turn: Challenge yourself to create or catch happiness today. Today's Affirmation: I create happiness in my life. ---------------- August 9 "A man becomes what he thinks about all day long." -Ralph Waldo Emerson Good morning! This quote goes nicely with the challenge of yesterday's Good Morning and the quote we featured from UCLA basketball coach John Wooden. This Emerson quote offers a quick and easy way to "step into the moment" and double check our thinking. Read this quote at the end of your day. At midnight, instead of turning into a pumpkin like the Cinderella story, what would you turn into based on your thoughts? Ask yourself that question each day for the next month as part of your nightly refl ection. Write down your answers. This will quickly give you an "insider look" at where your life is headed. You certainly don't need a crystal ball, all you need is to evaluate and observe your thoughts. Your Turn: Challenge yourself to write a different, positive ending to each day of your life. Today's Affirmation: My thoughts represent where I want to go in life and how I want to feel... and where I want to be and how I want to feel today.