We know that super successful people have a number of traits in common and most of love digging deeper and finding out what they do differently to the majority of people.
Forbes Magazine listed 5 things they do first thing in the morning.
Whether it’s a morning yoga session or a trip to the gym, exercising before work gives you a boost of energy for the day and that deserved sense of accomplishment.
It’ll help wake up your body, and prep you for your day.
Even if you aren’t bright eyed and bushy tailed at the thought of a 5 am jog, try waking up 15 minutes early for a quick bedside set of pushups or stretching.
Anyone can tackle a pile of paperwork after 200 ab reps!
Morning workouts also eliminate the possibility of flaking out on your cardio after a long day at work.
Maximize your potential by mapping out your schedule for the day, as well as your goals and to dos.
The morning is a good time for this as it is often one of the only quiet times a person gets throughout the day.
The early hours foster easier reflection that helps when prioritizing your activities.
They also allow for uninterrupted problem solving when trying to fit everything into your timetable.
While scheduling, don’t forget about your mental health.
Plan a 10 minute break after that stressful meeting for a quick walk around the block or a moment of meditation at your desk.
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We all know that rush out the door with a cup of coffee and an empty stomach feeling.
You sit down at your desk, and you’re already wondering how early that taco truck sets up camp outside your office.
No good. Take that extra time in the morning to fuel your body for the tasks ahead of it.
The morning is the perfect time to spend some quiet time inside your mind meditating or visualizing.
Take a moment to visualize your day ahead of you, focusing on the successes you will have.
Even just a minute of visualization and positive thinking can help improve your mood and outlook on your work load for the day.
Here’s an easy tip to save yourself the stress – do that least desirable task on your list first.
Instead of anticipating the unpleasantness of it from first coffee through your lunch break, get it out of the way.
The morning is the time when you are (generally) more well rested and your energy level is up.
Therefore, you are more well equipped to handle more difficult projects.
And look at it this way, your day will get progressively easier, not the other way around.
By the time your work day is ending, you’re winding down with easier to dos and heading into your free time more relaxed.
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