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There’s something special about the morning hours and that’s why you’ll often find successful people taking advantage of those hours.
These routines are very different from each other, which goes to show that there’s no “right” answer on how you should conduct your morning ritual. There’s no one-size-fits-all answer, but you can get some ideas for your own ritual.
You’re not going to stick with a ritual you don’t like, so add the stuff you like and leave out the stuff you don’t like.
Also, these entrepreneurs are successful, but that doesn’t mean they have everything figured out. Simon Cowell hits the snooze button, which continues to be shown as having a negative affect on your energy. Again, just because some successful person does it, that doesn’t make it right, but we can learn from them both positively and negatively…
There’s plenty of information out there on sleep. It’s an exhausted topic (pun intended).
There are countless debates over how much sleep you really need; we all remember the timeless advice that you must get in your 8 hours.
Well first off that’s probably not how much you need. So how much?
We’ll get there, but let’s start by looking at how the 8 hour figure came to be…
We are always trading our time for something. Everything we do is a trade-off.
If you want to be happy, accomplish your goals and live a fulfilled life, you’ll have to stop focusing on what doesn’t matter and start focusing on what does.
How do you do that? You’ve got to take your time back. Start by spending less time on these 5 things…
I’m a walking productivity experiment.
I like to try new things and find new ways to increase my productivity. Then I bring you the results and let you decide whether or not to implement these things in your life.
I’ve been doing three new things that have really been working to make my life more productive and actually, all three of these are saving me money too.
These are kind of random, but brilliant and you won’t find these all over the internet like most tips. Here’s what I’ve been doing…
Charisma is one of those intangible qualities of a human being that you cannot exactly describe in words. In some ways, it is the X-factor that separates the ordinary from the extraordinary.
Charisma is a virtue that accentuates and sheds light on every other virtue in a person. When you have charisma you become a charismatic man or woman.
Charismatic people have always enjoyed the perk of being treated exceptionally by others in society. Here’s how to increase your charisma in 4 easy ways…
How often do you read about productivity and improving your efficiency? Since your here, I can only assume that you read about it pretty frequently, but where are you applying what your learning? Are you applying it to your job? Your side hustle? Your personal life?
What about the break room at work?
So how do you have a productive break? Well first off, no I’m not talking about cramming productivity book reading into a 5 minute break. That’s not a break, that’s just stressful. We have to remember the purpose of a break and how to make them as effective as possible. Let’s take a look at this informative, fun and well…pretty infographic (it is quite beautiful isn’t it?)…
I wrote an article for LifeHack that got over 50k shares. Of course with that kind of popularity the naysayers will come out of the woodwork.
Some of the initial comments were things like “great article!” and “loved this!”. Then I got a “this article made me want to vomit”. I’m not totally sure, but I’m assuming she wasn’t going to vomit our of excitement for how much liked my article. And it got worse from there…
The article was about the differences between the rich and the middle class. I explained how to think like the rich if you want to be rich. That’s where the excuses came from. All kinds of excuses about how some people will never be rich and how they will always be poor no matter what they do. Excuses about the rich inheriting their money and not working for it. It was sad.
Here’s what I have to say about that – more specifically, what I have to say about excuses…
Do you take advantage of your mornings? Or are you the type that likes to slip out of bed just in time to rush into work five minutes late?
You have about 25,000 mornings in your adult life. Make them count.
The morning time is powerful. You should claim your mornings and not let your desire to get a few extra minutes of sleep dictate how they go.
After you see these positive productive ways to start your day, I think you’re going to change your routine if you’re not already waking up early…