My husband has raved about Tony Robbins for as long as I can remember. Of course I had never heard of him but, like anything else, his name seems to pop up everywhere since Brian first mentioned him. In fact, back in my corporate marketing days, I think I may have even submitted my resume to his office a few times for marketing positions.
I had never read much about what Tony Robbins actually did though. I knew he was a motivational speaker and a personal coach, but that’s where my knowledge stopped. I recently stumbled upon his website, on a page that talked about his personal / professional development coaching programs.
I’ve been looking for new and different ways to keep myself inspired as I’m reaching towards my personal and professional goals, so the opening paragraphs on his website really caught my eye.
He talks about putting a system into place to help you take control of your life, so that you can focus on the things you really want to achieve. That makes a lot of sense. As a mom to two young children, my life seldom feels orderly, but sometimes I wish it did.
I’ve been trying to implement more of a daily routine in our lives so that I can focus better, but I know it’s a process and we’ll eventually get there. Each step forward is a step in the right direction, right?
We’ve started doing quiet time every day, and the girls are finally starting to get the hang of it. So much so that Kaylee is electing to have quiet time 3 to 4 times per day now – she’s enjoying it! And so am I. It gives me more time to focus on the things that I need to get done during that time, so I can spend more time with the girls later at other times.
I have never been much of a schedule person, but I’m starting to see the value of it for our family.
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