Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Top Tools for increasing your energy at home and at work

  • Do morning pages as soon as you wake up before you do anything! I read about Morning Pages in Julia Cameron’s “The Artist’s Way”. She recommends writing 3 pages in a journal and write down all your moans and groans and your hopes and dreams. I have found an excellent website which enables you to do morning pages online which is a very motivating way to clear your head each morning:

  • Meditate. I do not find it easy to sit still for a long time and prefer to be doing. I found a great way to meditate where you listen and you don’t need to force your mind to be quiet. You listen for an hour to nice sounds like rain water and gongs. There are 12 levels to work through:

  • Find out what your strengths are with the Realise2 assessment and use them more. Not only do you find out more about your strengths, which shouldn’t be a surprise, but you will also find out about your learned behaviours, which look to be strengths on the surface, as you will be good at them, but they drain your energy. I found this quite eye opening and not bad at £14:

  • I know I have mentioned Wild Divine before in a previous post, but they now have an online version which is very easy to access: You still need all the biometric feedback kit but you can access all the software on the website and it is easy to do a quick few exercises to calm down breathing and heart rate and basically slow down. A great way to increase your energy!

Good luck increasing your energy!


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