Robin Sharma’s 5 Powerful Exercises to Have a New Year of Growth

Robin Sharma’s 5 Powerful Exercises to Have a New Year of Growth

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Robin Sharma is an author, famous speaker, leadership expert and a former Litigation lawyer.

Robin Sharma Quotes is the author of 15 global best sellers, including The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and The Leader Who Had No Title.


Here are Robin Sharma’s 5 powerful areas to focus on to prepare you for an even better bigger year of growth.


1. Celebration

What wins do you need to celebrate from the last 12 months? What are your big and small achievements? Record them down! You will start to notice things you didn’t notice.

You will build a sense of confidence, energy, sense of momentum and appreciation for all the good things that have happened to you within 12 months.


2. Education

What did you learn from the last 12 months? With better awareness, you can make better choices in the new year. With better choices you are bound to see better results.

Start by asking yourself these questions:

– What are they 3 best business lessons that you’ve learned from the last 12 months?

– What are your 3 best life lessons you’ve learned in the last 12 months?

– What were you doing to achieve your best results in the last 12 months?

Write down your answers and reflect on them and use this year as your platform to make your next even better.


3. Clarification

Clarity precedes mastery!

What are your big 5 for this new year?

Go over on your big 5 each day. These are your magnificent obsessions, that will allow you to focus.

What are your top 5 values for the next 12 months?

Your values drive your behaviour. You want to live your values otherwise you’ll live the media’s values.

What are your goals for the next 12 months?

Get creative! Shake things up a bit. Be audacious, dream and stretch yourself, make yourself nervous by stepping out of your comfort zone.


4. Graduation

Take your goals, values and big 5 for the next 12 months and graduate them into a plan!

Sequencing all the things you want to and all the values you want to live by, and put them into a plan.


5. Visualisation

Close your eyes and think about all the things you want to achieve that you’ve committed to.

Emotionally engage with what your life will look like in the key areas of your life whether it’s financial, work, family, health, personal life etc.

Start to see with colour, vivid detail, with as much clarity as possible. With that picture, try and revisit it every few days.

Your behaviour is always aligned with the images and ideas that run through your brain!


Here is Robin Sharma’s advice on achieving your best year yet!


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  1. Great article, Jesse! “Make yourself nervous by stepping out of your comfort zone” This my first goal for 2016!

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