261: The 1-Hour Strategy To Create More Winning Days

What is the one hour strategy? Great question. I came up with it the other day while brainstorming a few ways to help some of my clients.

It is often straight-up hard to create momentum with good choices you feel proud of when you haven’t been making them consistently.

Breaking the cycle of choices you don’t feel good about and repeatedly making choices you do feel good about, well, that’s not always easy.

Enter: the one hour strategy.

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The One Hour Strategy To Create More Winning Days

The one hour strategy is based on one or all of the following questions:

  • What can I do in the next hour to take care of myself?
  • What’s the best way to spend the next hour?
  • What can I do in the next hour to feel proud or more in control?
  • In the next hour, what choices would be my best?

You can implement the one hour strategy in the middle of a tough day, at the start of a day, or towards the end of a day during which you need to feel more balanced, focused or in control.

You can use the one hour strategy once or you can use it every day for the rest of your life.

The one hour strategy can help you focus at work, it can help you overcome temptation, it can increase the consistency of your workouts and help improve your relationships.

Give it a try and let me know what you think!

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  1. Jenna
    Jenna says:

    Thanks; I’m gonna give it a try. I need to get on track, work myself into a consistent habit of healthy choices, and this sounds like a perfectly manageable way to do it. Thanks for all of your hard work and constant effort on our behalf!!

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