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a Motivating Morning Routine

Published on 11/28/2013
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Skyrocket Your Success With a Motivating Morning Routine


Have you ever noticed if you have a good Monday, the rest of your week seems to

work out pretty well, regardless of whatever else happens? It’s also true that getting

your day off to a good start practically guarantees you’ll have a good day.



A good morning routine takes a little effort to develop, but it pays off handsomely. A

morning routine can give you that great start, every day, like clockwork.



Keep these tips in mind when creating your morning routine:



1. Get up early. Most people lie in bed until the last possible second. When they do

get up, there’s only enough time to get ready and barely make it to work on

time.

You’ll have to experiment personally with the proper time to get up, but

you should be able to get up and get through your routine with time to

spare.



2. A drink of water should be the number one thing on your list. After 7+ hours

without any fluids, your body is craving water. Drink a big glass of water each

morning and see how much better you feel.



3. Get some exercise in before work. Whether it’s 20 minutes on the treadmill, a

walk around the block, or some calisthenics, do something to get your blood

moving.

This will keep you from being groggy at work, you’ll likely lose a little


weight, and you’ll feel great.



4. Schedule a little quiet time. It’s great to have a few minutes to meditate, go

over your goals, or just relax. This time also eliminates that rushed feeling most

people have every morning. You might want to use this time to read or work on

a crossword puzzle.



5. Have a good breakfast. Start the day out right with a healthy meal. Momentum

holds true here, too. If you start the day by eating well, you’re more likely to make

healthy food choices throughout the day.

Many health experts promote the idea that a good breakfast is the key to

getting yourself healthier and in better shape.



6. Go over your schedule for the day. Think about what has to be done. This will

give you a good mental picture of what your day will look like.

Do you have any meetings? Are there any clients coming into the office?

Are there any employee issues that need to be handled?

Instead of showing up at work and trying to figure out what’s going on, go

into work with a good handle on things.



7. Make it a habit. It takes about 30 days to form a new habit. Be diligent for the

next 30 days, including weekends! Studies have shown habits practiced daily

are easier to form than habits that are on a variable schedule. Practice the same

morning routine every day!

Developing a morning routine can really change your life. Your morning routine should

be unique to you. With a little experimentation, you’ll quickly discover the best

morning routine for you.



You might think this seems like a lot to do each morning. It might be more than you’re


used to doing, but that doesn’t mean it’s too much.

There is no rule that states you must stay up as late as possible to get the minimum

amount of required sleep and barely make it to work on time. You’re free to shift a

couple of hours from the evening to the morning.



By the end of the day, you’re beat anyway. Most people accomplish very little after

9:00 pm. Go to bed early and get up early. You’ll get a great jump on the day before

anyone else even gets out of bed! And your new morning routine will be a perfect

start to many great days ahead.

Leroy Ross







































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