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Monday, September 11, 2017

ten morning habits you must do

10 Morning Habits Of Successful People That Take 30 Minutes Or Less

Successful people don't tend to be the ones who only roll out of bed after the fourth snooze alarm has gone off. By the time you've started panic-running to the train station, they've been up for a few hours.

Try to get to sleep early and keep your bed time consistent. Yes, even on weekends. Try to go to bed and wake up within the same half hour time slot every day.

Are you having trouble sticking to (or building) a morning routine?

If you add good habits that directly relate to your personal goals, then it's easy to create a daily schedule (that's under 30 minutes), which can dramatically improve your life. 

Before we jump into the habits, let's take a moment and talk about the benefits of a morning routine. For starters, people are the most productive when they wake up, and setting up a routine ensures that they maintain that level of productivity for longer periods of time.

Everything in the following list can be accomplished in as little as five minutes. A morning routine does not necessarily mean you need to be up at 4:00 am. It only means you need to set aside a little bit of extra time every day.]

These quick routines mean you can stack one habit on top of another and complete a lot of important things in a single block of 30 minutes.

1. Schedule Your Day

Make a list of the tasks you want to complete by the end of the day. Try to be realistic about your efficiency instead of creating a lengthy list of tasks that will be impossible to complete.

2. Have a Glass of Cold Water with Lemon this habit helps you:

Wake up faster
Freshen your breath
 In digestion

3. Yoga or Meditation

 If you're looking for some light exercise or even just some time for peace and quiet — try some yoga or meditation in the morning. Short on time? Even just a few minutes of quiet reflection can be helpful.

4. Shower

Have you ever wondered why some people have their best ideas in the shower? As it turns out, science may be able to explain it.

In general, you're alone and relaxed in the shower — not to mention distracting from the outside world.

5. Eat Breakfast a healthy one

Yes, we've heard it all before — skipping breakfast is bad. It jump starts your metabolism. Etc.

Well, you're going to hear it again.

On top of the obvious and well-documented health benefits — eating breakfast literally fuels you for the day. It's a literal source of energy.

6. Family Time

Take the time to have breakfast with your family. A recent study in the Society for Consumer Psychology has shown that eating similar food can build trust and commonality between people.

7. Catch Up On the News

People in high places may be incredibly busy, but many still make the time to find out what's going on in the world.

For some, this is out of pure interests whereas, for others, such as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, it can be to find articles that are relevant to their business or will directly impact their day.

8. Burn your calories

Make time for exercise. An hour-long routine seems too daunting, so try running, dancing or even walking around the neighborhood for at least ten minutes.

9. Cuddle and bond with your kids

If you have children, this is for you. Don’t be that parent who says, “Oh, my son/daughter grew so fast! I barely had time to enjoy with her/him.”

10. Practice Deep Breathing

Deep breathing is a quick habit that takes less than five minutes to complete. It can be part of a regular stack or a single habit that you do whenever you feel stressed.

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