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After sharing my Morning Club idea yesterday, I was so excited to see the warm response! It sounds like there is definitely a group of people interested in joining, so I have gone ahead and launched the club.


The guidelines


By joining this group, you are committing to spending 60 minutes a day – for (at least) seven consecutive days – on your mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. What you do during the “Private Victory” (as Stephen Covey calls it) is totally up to you!

The ritual is based on spending time in these three areas in some way everyday. “How” you do that can change over time as much as you like.


The group


This Morning Club is a Facebook Group and is here to provide group support, encouragement, and suggestions for the private victory practice. The group will be self-run. I will not be personally ‘leading’ the group, I am simply creating the space for those who would like to participate and connect with others (like myself) and incorporate this amazing habit into their daily lives.

You are welcome to share any tips about staying consistent with the practice, book suggestions, things to try during the 60 minutes, and if you are having trouble sticking to your victory, you can ask the group for help and encouragement!

Think of this like a runners club – only it is online and is for those looking to spend an hour a day investing in their personal wellbeing and growth.


Private Victory Suggestions


Here are a few suggestions for how you could split your 60 minutes. You are welcome to do whatever you like across the three areas of your life and you can change the routine as often as you like. The emphasis is on the investment in these three areas, not the methods remaining the same.


– Read a book related to your industry.
– Read a non-fiction book that explores a topic you’ve always wanted to know more about.
– Listen to a podcast that challenges you mentally.


– Walk, run, or jog.
– Lift weights or go to a workout class.
– Stretch or do yoga.


– Meditate or pray.
– Write in a journal.
– Read a spiritual book.
– Listen to a podcast or program on spirituality.
– Spend time with your thoughts and set your mind for the day in a positive way.

And of course, if you come up with other ideas beyond this list, feel free to share with the group!


How to join


If you would like to join the With Intention Morning Club Facebook group, please hop over here and request to be added to the group.

You are welcome to stay in the Morning Club as long as you like. If you find the practice rewarding after your first week of Private Victory, you are encouraged to continue the habit and contribute to the group.

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  1. Sarah van Loon

    Love it! Thanks for the opportunity, Jess! Looking forward to encouraging others and being inspired by them, and also being held accountable myself.

  2. This is such a great idea! I already workout and meditate in the morning, but this is a perfect way for me to refocus on reading in the morning, something I haven’t been doing much lately.

    1. That’s great to hear! I find that the morning is now my reading time too, where before I found it hard to sit down and do it.

  3. wow. you’re probably the single most inspiring woman I know. I love watching you “do you thing” and see you inspire so many women. IT’s really amazing – I hope you know that!

    1. That is so sweet of you to say! I am so happy to hear that you are being helped by what I am doing to serve. : )

  4. Sara M

    Thanks for setting this up, Jess! I think it will help me have more productive days.

  5. Yelena Bosovik

    Just shared it on my blog and I’ll def be joining in. It’s just what I needed right now. Thanks for organizing this. 🙂

    1. Aw, thank you for sharing it on your blog, Yelena! I’m glad you are part of the club!

  6. I love this idea, I can’t wait to get involved! I already write in my diary for a short time most evenings but hope this will encourage me to do it every day and make time for myself.

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