Each day, we provide a series of daily affirmations and reflections designed to help you get that ShineBuzz feeling. We suggest that you read through the affirmations (aloud if possible, in your head if not) and meditate on them for a few moments. You can also choose one or two that speak to you and carry them with you throughout the day. When you’re finished, take a few moments to answer the reflection questions at the bottom in your journal or add them into your meditation, whichever works best for you. Here are today’s affirmations and reflections.
I am competent and capable.
I meet my goals and deliver results.
I determine my priorities. I devote my time and energy to the activities that are meaningful to me. I block out time for my most important tasks when I arrange my weekly schedule.
I do one thing at a time. Being mindful helps me to reduce stress and accomplish more. I turn off my phone when I am eating dinner with my family. I pay attention to my body instead of watching TV news while I work out.
I stay organized. I create systems that help me to operate efficiently.
I take breaks regularly. I give myself time to relax and recharge. I take a walk around the block in between business meetings. I stop to play ball with my children when I am doing household chores.
I ask for feedback. I depend on others for input and advice so I can work smarter. I thank them for their time and let them know how their efforts have helped me.
I collaborate with others. Working as a team makes challenging projects more fun and successful. I discover new methods and ideas. I enjoy contributing my talents and sharing group victories.
I build my motivation. I stay on track by taking care of my health and remembering the purpose behind my tasks. I value each experience as an opportunity to learn and grow.
Today, I focus on being productive rather than being busy. I persevere until I get the results I want.
1. What is one positive habit that would help me to be more productive?
2. How can I minimize distractions at work?
3. How can small changes create big results?