How to manifest positivity before you go to sleep. That is the reflection of the day. I want to share with you a tool that I’ve been using. I actually was reminded of it because it’s something that I do and it sort of becomes part of my daily life. Sometimes, you don’t stop to reflect on what an impactful tool it is until you are speaking with somebody. I’m privileged enough to do a lot of coaching. So today, I happened to be coaching someone and I was sharing this tool with this person. I wanted to share it with you because I feel this is something that might benefit you. The routine is actually with my daughter. But that doesn’t mean that if you don’t have children, you shouldn’t listen to this because this is for everyone. Whether you are alone, whether you have a spouse, whether you have kids, it is for everyone. So, this is one of the biggest tools that I want to share with you. Every night, I create a routine with my daughter. Creating routines that are positive routines and being consistent with it every night, you’re showing your children, if you have children, that you are consistent. You are showing them to be consistent just on that action, doing it every night. So, every night, my daughter prays and, then after she prays, my daughter has to share three or more things that she’s grateful for. Some days, she’ll go up to ten things but no less than three that you’re grateful for, no matter how you feel that night. You could be upset with me and she will share those things that she’s grateful for. I do the same thing and, then as we are sharing those grateful moments with each other, you get a little bit of an insight on what happened in each other’s life. I hear from my daughter and like I’m getting the feeling of what she’s doing. Sometimes, she might mention something that she was grateful for that I didn’t even know that she was doing and it creates a connection with your daughter. So, with me, the same thing. She gets to know that my business is doing well. I’m grateful for that but there is one exercise that I do. One of the gratefulness that goes first and that is “ I am grateful, today, that I get to see your face and I get to say goodnight to you. I stop because I want you to think of that. Whether it is your husband or your children or your mother or your brother, whoever is there in your space, in your house or you can call them if you want, you can say this to them. I started saying that first to my daughter when I had a situation where a friend lost her daughter. A friend of a friend lost her daughter and I connected with this family to the point where I ran the New York City Marathon in her name. I connected with the parents to the point that they came and supported me during the marathon. One thing that I realized after this little girl passed away, she was 13 years old and her only child, was that their child was gone and those parents will never be able to say goodnight to their child and see her face again. So that grounds me every night when I get to see my daughter’s face and I get to say this to her no matter how upset I get because this is life. You know I will get upset with her, I still do, that’s not going to change. It’s going to get less and less. That’s the goal but still, you are going to get to this place where you know sometimes you don’t like them and that it’s ok. Buy if you get reminded that it is a blessing that that child is with you or that person is with you, that, in itself, brings you to manifest positivity. Then, you are going to continue saying all the things that you are grateful for so you’re concentrating when you are going to sleep on what you have, not on what you don’t have. There is so much power in that. The last exercise that I do with my daughter is that I tell her one thing that I love about her even when I’m upset and she tells me one thing that she loves about me. We’ve been doing this for a long time now and we never go to sleep without doing this exercise. I can tell you, personally, that it has connected me to my daughter to another level. I know that I’ve been working on that connection but this is something that consistently brings us back together. This is an exercise that you can do with your loved ones. If you don’t have anybody around, like I said, this is an exercise that you could use on anybody, could use it for yourself. Go in front of the mirror and tell yourself things that you’re grateful for before you go to sleep. Then, tell yourself at least one thing that you love about you. Let’s reflect, reset and reconnect.