It is Sunday morning. Today I got up at six thirty. I am still sleepy.
The early bird catches the worm. Japan has the same proverb.
I’d like to say hello when I get up every morning. I’d like to live in a skyscraper in Minato Ward, Tokyo. I’d like to go on a cruise every year.
When can I realize my dreams?
Today I got up at five thirty. I could wake up before the alarm!
I can’t believe myself yet. Can I realize my dream? Is it too late?
Today I got up at 5:30. I felt today would be better than yesterday.
I read a book “outwitting the devil Napoleon Hill”. It is a good book. I appreciate I found it now.
I have to think what I should do to help the others during the miracle morning. I’ll overcome fear in mind.
I got up at five today!
I’m not sure if I can develop the habit of getting up early.
I’ve started to read “outwitting the devil, Napoleon Hill”. It feels interesting. Have you ever read it?
I wonder if miracle morning is useful for my life.
I’d like to excuse myself for stoping miracle morning but I’ll get up early tomorrow.
When I wake up, I see my boyfriend sleeping every morning.
We live in a condominium looking Tokyo Tower over the window in Minato Ward, Tokyo, Japan.
To stand on my own legs, I own block of building in the best district, Tokyo.
We travel to Ireland every summer.
I’ve started miracle morning!
I’ll write down my paper on this blog from now on.
I develop my abdominal muscles.
I go to a fitness club every day.
I respect for entrepreneurs. They start their business though they take a risk of bankruptcy. I’d like to start a business soon. But I don’t know what I should do. Robert Kiyosaki says the most important thing for entrepreneurs is having a mission. I don’t work for money any more. I’d not like to sell my time for money. He says I shouldn’t start a business for money and time.
I’d never thought about a mission. I don’t have any abilities. I’d like to return the favor for tourists. I also help people who live alone. It is heavy to live in solitude. I’d like to support them to enjoy their life. And I’d like to live happily too. I don’t know if these wishes are applicable to missions. My thought is one for E quadrant which they work for money.
I’m not sure if I can find such business with good reason. I recognize it is wishful thinking. Do I get frightened again? Do I stay in E quadrant forever?
When I don’t have any plan on Sunday, I usually watch TV in the morning and go to a library, a cafe or a park. I’d like to spend the holiday effectively but I don’t have any good idea. I prefer tight schedule. I don’t like blank schedule. I don’t like to waste time and money.
Last night I had a bad dream. In the dream, when I was going to sit next to a colleague, he tuted at me. I moved to other seat but nobody talked to me. I woke up from the dream, I remembered that he had not like me. As I’m afraid of isolation, I try to pack my schedule tightly. When I was a child, I felt happy in the holiday even if I didn’t have any plans. I was looking forward to have my free time. Now I don’t know what to do with my free time. How do others enjoy the holiday alone?
What would I like to doi if I had a large sum of money which I couldn’t used up for life?
I lift up a as much aspiration as possible. How many you can I lift up?
- I go on a voyage around the world
- I live in a tower condominium, in Minato Ward, Tokyo, Japan
- I go abroad once in three months every year
- I stay in Sydney in the winter and St. Ives in the summer every year
- I become a business owner who employs five hundred people
- All of my physical checkups are always normal
- I have ten buildings and condominiums in Tokyo
- I have a billion yen of property.
- I own a house in St.Ives, England, flat in London, a house in Taipei, Taiwan and a condominium in Sydney.
- I have three hotels in Asakusa and Kyoto, Japan.
- I own a share house for foreigners and Japanese in Tokyo for intercultural communication
- I stay in HIrton hotel in all over the world every year
- I laugh loudly at least once a day
- I go to bed at home looking at Tokyo Tower every night
- I say to my roommate “good morning” and “I’m home” every day
- I cook for my roommate, not for myself
- I keep my youth
- I develop my muscles by doing exercises
- I read a hundred of books every year
- I watch fifty of films in cinemas every year
- I have my business job opportunity to people and help others
- I do my best to have high financial intelligence
- I own ten kilograms of gold
- I contribute five million yen to the underprivileged every year
- I repay for foreign tourists coming to Japan by my business
In general Japanese visit a shrine every new year.
Most of shrines are too crowded to visit there in new year.
I’m going to visit a shrine this month to acknowledge for my health.
I have to visit my father’s grab too.