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"The biggest adventure you can ever take ...

... Is to live the life of your dreams." – Oprah


"Who you are becoming is the single most important ...

... determining factor in your quality of life, now and for your future." – Hal Elrod


"Your level of success, will rarely ...

... exceed your level of personal development, because success is something you attract by the person you become." – Jim Rohn


"It's been said that the first hour is the rudder of the day . If I am lazy or haphazard in my actions during the first hour after I wake up ...

... I tend to have a fairly lazy and unfocused day. But if I strive to make that first hour optimally productive, the rest of the day tends to follow suit." – Steve Pavlina


"I want to get out of bed every day and ...

... truly love my life. I want to love my work, and I want to love the people I get to share my life and work with. That's my definition of success. That kind of life doesn't just happen. It must be designed." – Hal Elrod


"Always remember that where you are is a result of ...

... who you were, but where you go depends entirely on who you choose to be, from this moment on." – Hal Elrod


"The secret to overcoming mediocrity:

... Live a life of purpose." – Hal Elrod


Hal's two life purposes:

... 1. "to become the person I need to be to create the success, freedom, and quality of life that I truly want." & 2. "To selflessly add value to the lives of others." – Hal Elrod


"Keep in mind that you're not supposed to 'figure out' what your purpose is, ...

... you get to make it up, create it, decide what you want it to be." – Hal Elrod


"A universal life purpose we should all live by:

... to become the best version of ourselves" – Matthew Kelly


"Always remember that when you are committed to the life purpose that is bigger than your problems, ...

... your problems become relatively insignificant and you will overcome them with ease." – Hal Elrod


"How you do anything ...

... is how you do everything." – T. Harv Eker


"Always remember that who you're becoming is far more important than ...

... what you're doing, and yet it is what you're doing that is determining who you're becoming." – Hal Elrod


"We say we want 'Level 10' success. … The problem is that most of us aren't ...

... investing time each day into developing ourselves into the 'Level 10' people that we need to be that are capable of attracting, creating, living, and sustaining the levels of success that we say we want." – Hal Elrod


"The most extraordinary life you can imagine is available to you no matter what's happened in your past; just waiting for you to ...

... develop yourself into the person you need to be to be able to easily attract, create, and live that life." – Hal Elrod


"Always remember when we fail to make time for personal development, ...

... we are forced to make time for pain and struggle." – Hal Elrod


"Arguably the single most significant cause of mediocrity and unfulfilled potential …

... Is lack of urgency." – Hal Elrod


"Remember this truth: now matters more than any other time in your life, Because ...

... it's what you are doing today that is determining who you are becoming, and who you're becoming will always determine the quality and direction of your life. " – Hal Elrod


"Mediocre days turn into ...

... weeks. Weeks turn into months. Months inevitably turn into years... and our self-created fate will be a life of mediocrity." – Hal Elrod


The first ritual that you do during the day is ...

... the highest leveraged ritual, by far, because it has the effect of setting your mind, and setting the context, for the rest of your day. – Eben Pagan


"Why did you wake up this morning?… Why leave the comfort of your warm, cozy bed? ... 

... Do you do it every day because you really want to? Or is it because, for one reason or another, you have to?"      – Hal Elrod


" We hit the snooze button and resist the inevitable act of waking up, unaware that ...

... our resistance is sending a message to the universe that we'd rather lie there in our beds – unconscious – than consciously and actively create the lives we say that we want." – Hal Elrod


"When you delay waking up until you have to… until the last possible moment... what you're actually doing is ...        

... resisting your life. … It's as if you're saying, 'I don't want to live my life, at least not to the fullest.' " – Hal Elrod


"On mornings like Christmas morning as a kid, ...

... we can't wait to wake up! We do so feeling energised and genuinely excited. We quickly heave the covers off and spring to our feet, ready to take on the day! Imagine if this is what every day of your life was like. Shouldn't it be? It can!  ... The miracle morning is largely about recreating that Christmas morning experience of waking up feeling energised and excited, and doing it every-single-day of your life – for the rest of your life!"

– Hal Elrod


"If you really think about it, hitting the snooze button in the morning doesn't ...

... even make sense. It's like saying, 'I hate getting up in the morning – so I do it over… and over... and over again.' " – Demetrius Martin


"It's been said that nobody actually likes waking up early, ...

... but everyone loves the feeling of having woken up early." – Hal Elrod


"Success is something you ...

... attract by the person you become." – Jim Rohn


Hal's breathing meditation: ...

... "I breathe in peace… I breathe out love..." (Swap for confidence, energy, faith, belief etc, whatever you need to bring more of into your life, and give more of to the world.) – Hal Elrod


"it's the repetition of affirmations that leads to ...

... belief. Once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen." – Muhammad Ali


"I am the ...

... greatest!" – Muhammad Ali


"The wise begin with ...

... the whys." – Adam Stock


"Those who overcome the temptations of mediocrity and achieve everything they want in life have ...

... an extraordinarily compelling why that drives them." – Hal Elrod


"The #1 skill of influencers is ...

... the sincere effort to make a person feel that he or she is the most important person in the world. It's one of the skills that Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, and Bruce Goodman used to become the best in their fields. I will do this for every person I connect with!" – Hal Elrod's affirmation


"Follow Tim Ferris' advice: to maximise productivity, ...

... schedule 3–5 hour blocks or half-days of singularly focused attention on ONE single activity or project, rather than trying to switch tasks every 60 minutes." – Hal Elrod's affirmation


After each affirmation and visualisation....

Try standing tall and fist pumping Also try while exercising.


"Ordinary people believe only in the possible. Extraordinary people ...

... visualise not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible. And by visualising the impossible, they begin to see it as possible." – Cherie Carter-Scott


"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, but ...

... that we are powerful beyond measure... Playing small does not serve the world... We are all meant to shine, as children do... And as we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. – Marianne Williamson


Master books that could really make an impact...There is more value in ...

... re-reading a book you already know has strategies that can improve your life than there is in reading a new book before you've mastered the strategies in the first.


Master books that could really make an impact...There is more value in ...

... re-reading a book you already know has strategies that can improve your life than there is in reading a new book before you've mastered the strategies in the first.


Achieving mastery in any area requires ...

... being exposed to certain ideas, strategies, or techniques over and over and over again, until they become engrained in your subconscious mind.


Gratitude 2.0 and Time Travel:

- review and re-live the gratitude experiences of the whole year.


Accelerated Growth - at the same year-end review and ...

... , take a single page, draw a line down the middle and write down Lessons Learned and New Commitments. Hal attributes this with aiding his personal growth more than almost anything else.


Benefits of daily journaling include: ...

... gaining clarity, capturing important ideas, reviewing past lessons learned, revisiting progress.


Benefits of daily journaling include: ...

... gaining clarity, capturing important ideas, reviewing past lessons learned, revisiting progress.


Journal Ideas- Physical Miracle Morning Journal or another lined dated journal. It's good to have a journal with a structured, strategic process built in. Hal's favourite digital journal is...

... now the 5 Minute Journal.


"I don't have time to ...

... wake up early."- UNKNOWN


The 6-Minute Miracle: Minute One (S) ...

... Sit in silence, calm the mind, meditate


The 6-Minute Miracle: Minute Two (A) ...

Read your daily affirmations on what really matters


The 6-Minute Miracle: Minute Three (V) ...

Visualise the day going perfectly


The 6-Minute Miracle: Minute Four (Scribe)...

Write something you're proud of or grateful for


The 6-Minute Miracle: Minute Five (R)...

Read one idea from a great self help book


The 6-Minute Miracle: Minute Six (E) ...

Move for 60s: jumping jacks, situps, push-ups


'Eat that Frog' procrastination book by Brian Tracy (Main Point?)

Do the Worst, First.


"Successful people aren't born that way. They become successful by ...

... establishing the habit of doing things unsuccessful people don't like to do. The successful people don't always like doing these things themselves; they just get on and do them." - Don Marquis


"Motivation is what gets you going. ...

... Habit is what keeps you going." - Jim Rohn


"It's been said that our quality of life is created by ...

... the quality of our habits. If a person is living a successful life then that person simply has the habits in place that are creating and sustaining their levels of success."


Considering that our habits ...

... create our life, there is arguably no single skill that is more important for you to learn and master than controlling your habits.


Days 1-10 of a new habit - Phase One:

Unbearable! (The first few days are exciting but after that it painful and every fibre of you wants to resist. You will hate it and want to quit.)


Days 11-20 of a new habit - Phase Two:

Uncomfortable! (Still very tempting to fall back into old habits.)


Days 21-30 of a new habit - Phase Three:

Unstoppable! (Now it becomes very tempting to get complacent and have a day or two off. But then it starts at Unbearable again! Stick with it to make it permanent. Finally this phase creates positive reinforcement as you start to actually enjoy the new habit instead of it being challenging. This is what will make you continue it in the future without it being a constant willpower drain.)


"An extraordinary life is all about ...

... daily, continuous improvements in the areas that matter most." – Robin Sharma


Use the next 30 days to form habits which will ...

... completely transform the direction of your life. By changing the direction of your life, you immediately change the quality of life and ultimately where you end up.


By waking up early every day you will begin each day with extraordinary levels of ... (3 things)

DISCIPLINE - the crucial ability to get yourself to follow through with your commitments, CLARITY - the power generated from focusing on what is most important, and PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT - perhaps the single most significant determining factor in your success.


Remember, your life situation will improve after – but only after – ...

... you develop yourself into the person you need to be to improve it.