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Everything You Need to Know About "Morning Routine"

Oct 09, 2023

You open YouTube, Instagram or Linkedin...


Every influencer, CEO & peak performer is obsessed with one thing.

(nope, its not AI)


We're talking about... Morning Routine.


Everybody thinks their morning routine is the best.


I don't want to get into that...


Instead, I'm going to tell you what makes a morning routine great.


So you can design it yourself.


Whether you want to start your day by waking at 5 and meditating or waking at 12 PM and hitting the gym...


Here is how you can make your mornings work for you.


But first for the uninitiated...


What exactly is a morning routine?


A morning routine is a set of activities that you do every morning in the same order.


It can be as simple as getting out of bed, brushing your teeth, and

eating breakfast, or it can be more elaborate, including exercise, meditation, and journaling.


You already have a morning routine in place.


Regardless if you're aware of it or not.


For most people, it looks like this:


- press the snooze button a few times until anxiety kicks in


- scroll through your phone for a bit


- And get ready for work


If this sounds like you then you need a better routine.


A good morning routine can help you to wake up feeling refreshed

and energized.


And its effects don't just stick to the mornings...


It will also help you be more productive throughout the day because you started with a BIG win.


Let me sell you the whole idea of having a good morning routine a little bit more...


Let's talk about the evidence-based benefits of having a good morning routine.


4 Evidence-Based Benefits of a Morning Routine


There are many benefits to having a morning routine, including:


  • Improved sleep quality. When you go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, it helps to regulate your body's natural sleep-wake cycle. This can lead to better sleep quality and fewer problems waking up in the morning.


  • Increased energy levels. A good morning routine helps to boost your energy levels and make you feel more alert and focused throughout the day.


  • Improved productivity. When you have a set routine, you're less likely to waste time in the morning or feel overwhelmed. This can lead to increased productivity and better performance at work or school.


  • Reduced stress levels. A morning routine can help you to start your day off on a positive note and reduce your stress levels. This can make you feel more calm and centered throughout the day.


Okay, now that you understand the edge you'll get by having a solid morning routine...


How exactly do you create one and actually stick to it?


Let's look at that...


How to create a morning routine (and actually stick to it)


  1. Start small. Please...I know it can be tempting to have a 12-step morning routine from Day 1. But Don't. Start by adding one or two activities to your morning routine and gradually add more as you get used to it. You want to stick to it long-term, don't you?


  1. Focus on what's important. You don't need to start your morning with oil-pulling just because an influencer said so. Be realistic about what matters the most to you. For me, it's fitness, spirituality & intellectual stimulation. So I start my day with exercise, prayer & reading.


  1. Be consistent. And then you do it every single day. Don't take any offs. Think of it as an exercise in commitment.


That's it.


Here is a sample morning routine to give you an idea:


  • Wake up at the same time each day. This helps to regulate your body's natural sleep-wake cycle.


  • Drink a glass of water. This helps to rehydrate your body after a night's sleep.


  • Stretch or exercise. Exercise is a great way to wake up your body and boost your energy levels. My mentor Tony Robbins always says, "Motion creates Emotion"


  • Eat a healthy breakfast. A healthy breakfast will give you the energy you need to start your day off right.


  • Spend some time on yourself. This could involve reading, meditating, or journaling. Taking some time for yourself in the morning can help you to reduce stress and start your day off on a positive note.


If you don't have a productive morning routine right now...


Pick up one or two activities from the above and start doing it.


As you gain momentum you can add more.


90 % of sticking to your morning routine is: to wake up early.


Most people skip their morning routine because they don't have time to do it.


Here are some proven ways to wake up early:


  • Set your alarm clock across the room. This will force you to get out of bed to turn it off.


  • Place your alarm clock in a place where you can't see it from bed. This will prevent you from hitting the snooze button.


  • Expose yourself to bright light first thing in the morning. This helps to wake up your body and reduce feelings of grogginess.


  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol before bed. Caffeine and alcohol can interfere with sleep quality.


  • Create a relaxing bedtime routine. This could include taking a warm bath, reading a book, or listening to calming music.


Good Luck With Your Morning Routine!



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