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So credit where it's due. This video is kind of my own mashup of how Hal Elrod's book the miracle morning, which is a book that he wrote about really how to master the day starting in the morning and he wrote this because he wanted to create his best life ever and he was in the midst of being behind on his mortgage and it was during the last big recession and the economy between, oh, nine, 2000, nine in 2011. And He created this as a way to create the things that he wanted in life and it was all predicated off of. One of Jim Rhones quotes in Jim Roan says that success is something you attract by the person that you become. Now, there's no greater way to become the person that you want them by utilizing your day fully. So in this video I'm gonna share with you five morning routine steps that will change your entire life.
Let's do it. Number one, wake up in the morning at 6:00 AM and get your affirmation is going. So Howe l rod talks in the book about a whole 60 minutes. I distilled mine down to about 50 and I think everyone can do that. It might mean that you got to wake up 15 minutes earlier, but truly what's 50 minutes in your life? And so I wake up in the morning, I go over to my mirror, you know, my, my life partner and I have our own bedroom and we've got our own bathroom. But then I have my own film room and then my own office next door with my own private bedroom. I go into my bedroom and I walked right into my bathroom and I read my affirmations out loud for 10 minutes. I just read them out loud. Sometimes I make them up, but I get involved in.
I wake myself up. Some people start with meditation right away. I don't know if that's the best, in my opinion, it's not. Sometimes I find 40 minutes later I had been asleep on my couch right in the morning, so I start with affirmations and that's what I invite you to do and if you want some cool affirmations, download my free successive gnosis Jacob [inaudible] dot com, and they just write out your favorite affirmations and just read them over and over and over again for just five minutes. That's step number one. Step number two, keep your energy flowing and keep your physiology engaged by journaling your affirmations in the present tense. I call this hypnotic writing, so what you're going to do is for simply 10 minutes, start your timer on your iphone and start the first line with, I'm so grateful now that and then step into your future reality as if it already exists and write all about it.
I'm so grateful that I got my dream house in the beautiful mountains of Sedona, Arizona, or wherever the heck you want to live, and you know you're writing like that and you're writing about your dream car, your dream house, your dream job, your dream relationship, how good it feels to leave the gym today. Knowing you've made it to the gym for 45 days in a row and you're the most healthy you ever been and you're able to pay all your bills and you've got hundreds of thousands of dollars in the bank account and you're just writing, you know, in present tense. And the thing that gravitated me to this was when I was a junior in high school, I was in an English class that I eventually got kicked out of and I finished in independent study and that wasn't the point of the story.
The point of the story was my teacher and I didn't get along at all. I was a disruptive element in the class, but there was one thing that I'll always remember about that class that I never did in any other classes and that was creative writing. So my teacher would set an alarm for 10 minutes or 20 minutes and we were supposed to make up stories and or anything we wanted. We were just supposed to write for 10 minutes. I guess it wasn't necessarily making up stories, but that's what I would do. I would make up the most absurd stories ever and and the whole goal was you weren't supposed to take the pen or the pencil off the piece of paper, so you were never supposed to stop and think about it and our member. I would write these things and after I'd finished I'd, I'd be like, how the heck did my.