Gradually, with lots of experimentation, I developed a series of practices that saw me through the day. And, as life got better, I kept refining them, using them to make the bad days better and the good days great.
I had a few simple rules: they had to really work –– I don’t have any time for fluff, I wanted tangible results. They had to be universal, because I wanted to be able to share them with anyone and everyone. And above all, they had to be easy to do on even the toughest days.