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The ONLY Way to Stop Procrastinating | Mel Robbins

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  1. YOU ARE WONDERFUL!! Sit or lay still in silence for THREE minutes think ONLY about how lucky you are to be alive right now and how grateful you are to have a chance to give love [and then, receive love]. DO IT NOW!!! You need these THREE MINUTES! And then tell me briefly about it in the comments.

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Eileen Marcial
Eileen Marcial
3 years ago

Loved the challenge!
Felt better grateful for all of the blessings I have
BTW I hit 5 stars but somehow became a 4

Audrey
Audrey
3 years ago

In the 3 minutes as much as I tried to keep my focus on grateful I am, my mind drifted to memories of my Mom & how we use talk in the mornings and pray with each other.

Rhonda
Rhonda
3 years ago

Thank you for the procrastination video- what an Aha moment for me. I had to replay the video. Now recognizing that it is a stress reliever really doesn’t work… Just do it…

Adriane Domareckyj
Adriane Domareckyj
3 years ago

My thoughts circled around my puppy and how she just loves to be interacting with me. When I got down on the floor she pounced on me, tugging at my hands and shoelaces. She wanted to play and saw the opportunity to try and engage with me. She would not leave me alone for 3 minutes. But, it does make me grateful that she loves me unconditionally and just wants to be with me. Next time, I lock myself in my room.

Ally Williams
Ally Williams
3 years ago

This is a great exercise, it relieves my headache and puts me in a great sense of relaxation. Whenever I do this I feel ready to take on the day. 

Janel Powell
Janel Powell
3 years ago

Started this morning off with a video call from my daughter. She makes me smile, my gratitude comes from sharing my morning and giggles with her. I have many things to be grateful for, healthy family and friends. After all these years I still love what I do. Great reflection this morning. Pushed me to release some negativity and embrace the love around me.😃

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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls(@scarlett-glasser-nehls)
3 years ago

I loved this exercise. Whenever I sense myself complaining I try to get myself to name things I am grateful for instead. This has helped my overall sense of happiness and positivity throughout the day.

ame
ame
3 years ago

this is a great exercise..It was important for me to focus on my blessings and just being alive and healthy during these Covid times. Very powerful!

Sidd Narayanabhatla
Sidd Narayanabhatla
3 years ago

The three minutes went by SUPER quick! One thing I thought about was how my situation was super fortunate.
My family is not going through financial or health hardships. Because of that, I am very lucky to have a situation where I can give and receive more love, as well as have people around me who support me.

I am able to
-Love and help people, especially my mother
-Be more grateful
-Be more focused
-Work harder

Something I will make sure to do today is to tell the people closest to me how much I appreciate them, and all they have done for me.

Gralen Vereen
Gralen Vereen
3 years ago

It was a much needed peaceful moment. I begun to reminisce about all the genuine times that love was shown in my life. I almost shed a tear.

Quinten Sutton
3 years ago

I kept thinking about how blessed we are to be able to live in a time where opportunity is everywhere. Everyday you wake up is another day to do life better. I really appreciate having a place where we all can share our experiences and grow from each other.

Tracie Stewart
Tracie Stewart
3 years ago

Wonderful way to end the day, meditating on my blessings – too numerous to count!!