Emily had been my client for several months when I noticed a pattern. Every time we would come up with a new, customized, well rounded morning routine it would inspire the sh*t out of her for approximately 3 weeks. For three weeks she would heal, shift, and be incredibly motivated. And then she wouldn’t be. Then her morning routine would become a chore. Then we were back at ground zero. And the pattern would start all over again.
One night I woke up with an idea! (As great ideas could never hit at 3pm, they must always arise at 3am…) I grabbed my journal that I keep beside my bed because of these night revelations of mine and I wrote out 30 different activities that I’ve assigned to clients for their morning routines before. Then I separated the activities into categories. Inspire, Release or Receive. The 3 components I believe to be essential to a morning routine. 10 activities per component. Then I wrote beside each approximately how much time each activity would take. And to my surprise they all landed in either the 1-2-minute category, 5-minute or 15+ minutes.
The next morning, I roughly typed up these 3 flashcards and threw her an email with the explanation on how to use them. Emily has now been using the IRR Mornings strategy for over a year and is still in love! I’ve started utilizing this strategy with majority of my clients and after each of them fell head over heels, I knew I needed to share it with you.
*Emily’s name has been changed to protect her privacy
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