Have you ever noticed that you have a more productive day when you start your morning off right? Your morning routine can make a serious impact on your entire day.
Create a meaningful, productive day, every single day of the week
These small additions to your morning routine can help.
- Wake up early for morning meditation.
- Be sure to hydrate with water and/or herbal tea.
- Engage in some form of exercise.
- Eat a real breakfast.
- Hold off looking at computer until you have eaten.
- Create your to do list for the day before getting started. [Ideally the night before]
If you can change just one thing about your morning routine, you can change the entire feel of your day. You don’t have to change everything about your routine to make a difference. Instead, you may simply want to pick one thing from the list. It’s incredible how much you can get done when you start the day off right.
A Productive Day Begins Inside
In an International Coach Federation (ICF) Blog article, Suzanne Muusers, a Financial Advisor Coach and Business Plan Consultant shares some tips on how a good morning routine effects success outcomes for your day.
June 25, 2016: 4 Simple Steps to Make the Most of Your Day.
Every day has a beginning and an end. The sun rises. At noon, the sun is high in the sky. When the sun sets, evening begins. Have you ever wondered whether having a great morning routine would make a difference in how your day ends?
What are you doing to begin your day in a positive manner? What’s your morning routine?
Over the years, I have come to view the early morning as a time to get myself settled, visualize the day, and become motivated to work on my coaching business.
We invite you to try these simple tasks in the morning to help you have a better, more productive day. Please also feel free to share these ideas with your clients to ensure they’re also having positive, productive days. After all, a productive day is another day in the right direction.
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