3 tips to develop mental agilty

Agility is the core of mental strength

As with exercise, it is better to do something regularly than occasionally, what is even better is to create daily habits or practices and optimally weave that into your morning or evening. It might sound inaccessible at first, so here are three tips to help you get started:

  1. Don’t hit the snooze button – time is our most valuable asset plus discipline is good for our lazy mind
  2. Before you start your workday note down five things; 3 things you are grateful for, your intention for the day, and an affirmation
  3. Reflect at the end of the day by asking yourself; went well and what could be even better tomorrow

Quick and easy, it becomes second nature with repetition and, you will notice when you miss out

3 thoughts on “3 tips to develop mental agilty

  1. Reflection is such a good practice to have in life. That’s why journalling works so well for me, because at the end of the day, I take the time to reflect on how things went. Anyway, thanks for this post!


      1. I have both! Morning pages, or sometimes just sitting with a cup of coffee and thinking about my intention for the day, and then night reflections as well.


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