15 Super Simple but Highly Effective Tips to Inspire Your Inner Winner

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We all have a winner inside of us. Some of us are able to find it, appreciate it and use it. For others, it’s been buried. Recognize and remind yourself of your greatness, daily. Use these tips for a quick self -esteem boost and to help you take action!

1. Call an old friend to reconnect and send some love.

2. Write someone a ‘thank you’ letter for how they have helped or inspired you in the past.

3. Write down 2-3 goals for the month.

4. Spend 10 minutes a day to sit in silence and focus vividly on what you want. (Begin with 5 minutes if 10 is too long.)

5. Create a playlist of highly inspirational music.

6. Create a playlist on YouTube of highly motivational videos.

7. Write down 5-7 sentences about something you did in the past 3 months that made you extremely proud and excited.

8. Research and study someone who is doing what you want to do.

9. Volunteer your time.

10. Constantly ask yourself, “What can I do so that both sides win?”

11. Do not check your email first thing in the morning.

12. Create a morning routine.

13. Exercise on a regular basis for a short amount of time, but at a very high intensity.

14. Remind someone how great they are and be specific.

15. Do something that you’ve never done before (large or small).
As I see it, in order to win the game of life, we have to do two main things. First, we need to have some success producing habits. Second, we need to focus on how we can meet the needs of others.
Please remember to leave a comment below! Let us know how these ideas can fit into your life!

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53 responses to “15 Super Simple but Highly Effective Tips to Inspire Your Inner Winner

  1. Reblogged this on Marie Abanga's Blog and commented:
    I had been wondering where Jef had gone too, leaving me without my usual post to re-blog on monday mornings.

    Now I know and see and am sure he was trying out those SSBHE tips too.

    Indeed, Jeff you are helping so many be and stay inspired and motivated to motivate.

    For all this and for my humble self in particular, I say thank you!

  2. I’ve done several of these items spontaneously this week, & it has been one of the best weeks I’ve had lately! You’ve inspired me with a few more ideas & the determination to keep going! Thank you!

  3. I would like to suggest meditate, even in a simple way, just stop during a walk, even in the city, try to listen to the sound of the birds, with closed eyes, and then another one, and then another, focusing only to them. After you have have different birdsounds, open your eyes and breathe, say thank you, I’m alive, thank you!

    🙂

  4. Hey Jeff,

    I really like this post! I’ve already done a couple variations of Bullet #2, “Write someone a ‘thank you’ letter for how they have helped
    or inspired you in the past” this week and will also begin doing Bullet #3 “Write down 2-3 goals for the month”.

    Thanks for the great ideas to help spark us to action!

    Take care,

    Scott

  5. I super love it. Your tips are something that we can do with out so much effort. You know, start is always the hardest and this can be a start. It is like living today on a good path to make our self better and appreciate the now that we have. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

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