Peter Stephen Shrimpton

How To Have A True-Day.

When last did you go to bed totally satisfied with your day? Can you remember how chuffed you felt? Wouldn’t it be great to feel like that all the time?
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In this blogpost, you’ll discover one of the great joys of life. Genuinely! When you know how to have True-Days, and you make a point of striving to achieve them, you’ll be happy, healthy and blessed. Sound good? Keep reading...

Hello there, champion of true wellness...

Each day of your life is precious. But it often doesn’t feel that way. In fact, most days slip by so fast you can’t even remember them. Right?

Since your days are numbered, you really should try to make the most of them.

In all our years of experience, we’ve come to learn that the richest, most blessed, and wonderful days are True-Days. Let us explain: There’s a lot you can and should do to connect with your true-self and heal your body each day - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Henry Jones's incredible Challenges give you the chance to build health and wellness in these four focus areas. When you plan to do some of these activities on a single day, and you actually do everything on your list – that’s a True-Day!

True-Days Are Always By Design. 

You’ll be astounded how great it feels to do things for your true-self. But this doesn’t just happen to you. You’ve got to make it happen. You’ll never accidentally have a True-Day. Never! 

True days are always by design. Get this, and the path to success is straight ahead: You've got to plan to have True-Days on Henry Jones's healing and wellness Challenges, and then do your best to link one True-Day to the next. That’s it! It’s not any more complicated than that! Incorporating this practice into your life will transform your life for the better. That's a promise!
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Use The Workbooks:

The Challenge Workbooks are a great way to design True-Days. If you haven’t got your Workbook for your upcoming Challenge yet, get it. These precious tools were developed to help you manufacture True-Days. The daily Activity Lists facilitate action in the four focus areas of your life – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. They also have an embedded scoring system to enable you to monitor and evaluate your performance. But, your primary objective on the Challenges isn’t to score the highest points each day. The goal is to have True Days. Got it?

Once again, a True-Day refers to achieving all that you set out to achieve on the day. You don’t need to score 100 points (the maximum points in a day) on the Challenge Scorecard to have a True-Day. You simply need to do everything that you planned to do.       

The magic formula for success is to take one day at a time. Do your best to get the highest possible score each day. Sure. Why not? But don’t make this your goal. 

If you have a less than True-Day and you’re serious about finding your true-self, healing your body, and enjoying radiant health and vitality every day for the rest of your life, then make sure you get a better score the next day and the next. But, don’t stress yourself out trying to achieve True-Days. That will do you more harm than good. Making progress is more important.

What Did You Learn?

Blogpost Objective:

The objective of this blogpost is to encourage you to pursue an essential daily goal: Go to bed at night knowing you did everything you planned to do on your healing or wellness journey. That includes journaling and planning your activities for the next day. 

Tip: There's great blogpost on the true power of planning ahead. You should read it too. Click here.

Call To Action:

  1. Strive for True-Days. When you have True-Days, you’ll feel a sense of achievement and fulfillment. Ask anyone who’s done it!   
  2. Start by planning to have a True-Day tomorrow.  
Read these blogposts...

This blogpost explains how to use the scoring system in the Challenge Workbooks. 

This blogpost explains why you should plan each day in advance on a healing and wellness journey, and in life.

This blogpost explains how and why your should reward yourself on your healing or wellness journey, and beyond.

Do you know how to have True-Days now?

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