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53. Protect Your Quiet Time

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As you relax your body, you must also relax your mind. Everyone needs quiet time in their day when they can just be with their own thoughts. Tap your inner resources. This isn't daydreaming. Silence is your teacher. Wisdom is born in the quiet.

The serenity of quiet time can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. It can be traditional Zen or transcendental meditation, but it can also be taking a walk, gardening, making a pot of tea or taking a long, hot shower. You may wish to pray.

Every day, take 20 minutes to stop, reflect and stay focused.

Where have you been?

Where are you now?

Where are you going?

Relax by yourself and see yourself having completed your Action Principles® Plan. You will feel renewed. Tranquility will re-energize you. Without trying, you will be amazed at how your subconscious mind releases so many good ideas.

You will find contentment in the solitude.

And from your calm center you will emit power.

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