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Never Write Your To-Do List

Never Write Your To-Do List

The truth is that if you’re setting your to do-list first thing in the morning, you’re already too late!

You need to know your number one priority the night before, and have a plan in place to start working on it immediately. That’s how the most successful people in the world, from the greatest writers of today (like J.K. Rowling and Stephen King) to the most successful artists in history, control their mornings.

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Don't Use Social Media

Don't Use Social Media

Wanting to be up to date with world news is okay, but you really don’t need to do it first thing in the morning.

If you’re being bombarded with news, updates, and negativity first thing in the morning, you’ll take that negative energy with you for the entire day.

Mindlessly surfing th...

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Never Check Emails

Never Check Emails

Again, you may claim that you don’t have the time, but consider that catching up on social media or email is really allowing others to dictate what you do with your time.

Spend a few more minutes in your “me” zone, and you’ll be surprised at how much more energy and time you feel you have w...

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Don't Complain

Don't Complain

If you start your day by complaining about your job, partner, family, or whatsoever, you’ll take that negative mood with you for at least a few hours, sometimes even for the entire day.

By complaining, you focus on obstacles and problems, which makes it harder to recognize opportunities. It...

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Never Hit The Snooze Button

Never Hit The Snooze Button

Sleeping longer is probably one of the greatest desires you had back when you were working for a big corporation. But when you hit the snooze button you are subconsciously telling your big goals and dreams that they don’t matter. That leads to a lack of urgency in life, lower productivity, and fr...

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Tear Up Your To-Do List

Success is never achieved by the person who does the most things every day. Instead, success is always achieved by the person who does what is most important every day.

Whenever you make a to do list, don’t make your to-do list in random order. Instead, take a few extra minutes t...

Insomnia: pay attention to your patterns

Look at your full day to identify the causes of insomnia, not just the hours before you go to bed.

For example, setting too many meetings or not permitting yourself to take a break can leave you too wound up to fall asleep later at night. Instead, schedule your most i...

#9. Put your phone on airplane mode in another room before going to sleep.

I’m willing to bet 99% of the time, most people don’t get a call in the middle of the night that they needed to deal with urgently. We don’t need to sleep with our phones.

Blue light late a...

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