why setting intentions 1st thing in day is (or at the start of a thing) important

why setting intentions 1st thing in day is (or at the start of a thing) important (set your intentions early) your mind is sharpest at the beginning of the day and the 1st resistance to temptation is always the strongest – willpower tends to wane over time and repeated exposure.  so – by setting intentions (aka, deciding your responses to temptations and distractions and conflicts –both inner and outer) early on, you have essentially made your decision on how you will respond to today’s toughest challenges at the time when your mind was most prepared to do the task. now all you have to do is just do what you said you’re going to do (be impeccable with your word) how to set intentions – tips start with gratitude. link to post about being grateful. (inc.com – posted on kim’s f’book) be realistic. don’t say i’m not going to get angry, but when i get angry i will deal with it by...(taking 3 deep breaths, sing out loud in my car – esp for me since atl drivers make me angry) be imaginative – go all out with the creativity of your intentions (example: care bear beams) be specific – go for the smaller more specific thing (i will return the call to xyz) versus lager, more amorphous –i will resolve the  issue between me and xyz some sample intentions (different things i have set intentions for)

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