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The morning routine helps us set the tone for the day, better allowing us to control our schedules rather than our schedule controlling us. As we start each day fresh, we can better focus on what is in front of us, where to prioritize our time, and, ultimately, increase our productivity.
We set our alarm early at morning but we keep on pressing snooze button and after waking up we realize that we have been late to work.
But it's actually hard to Avoid presing snooze button so we can stick a stick note or a page on our alarm writing a good and motivational quote or name of t...
It's always best to take small, consistent steps over time.when creating an early morning routine, make it so easy that you never miss a day.
For example, if you usually wake up at 8.00 am, don’t set your alarm for 5.00 am – likely, you won’t make it more than a few days. Instead, set your ...
Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success.”
In reality, it takes an average of two months before a new behavior becomes automatic – 66 days in a row to be precise. However, depending on the habit you’re trying to create, it can take ...
Turn your phone off and don’t keep it in the bedroom
20 min-high intensity exercise
20min-meditation/ or take diary and reflect your whole life and start thinking where you need to improve.
20 min-read something which enhances your knowledge like-reafing book...
Here’s an example to help illustrate a balanced early morning routine:
6.00 am: Wake up and write down three things you’re grateful for (Emotional)
6.10 am: 15-minute meditation (Spiritual)
6.30 am: 15-minute home workout (Physical)
6.50 am: Shower and change
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