According to several studies, morning routines are the main influence on the rest of your day. When interviewed, many successful people claim to have very strict daily routines. This doesn’t mean that the routines are unpleasant, it just means that they follow them to the last detail every single day of their lives. Maybe the way Bill Gates started his day had nothing to do with his success over the course of his life, but why not give it a try?
If you wake up every day at the last minute, skip breakfast, run to catch the bus, and end up late to work, it will definitely affect the way you take on your work. If instead, you wake up early, eat a healthy breakfast, walk to your bus stop while listening to your favorite music, and end up at work with some time to spare, it will certainly improve your productivity.
Of course, ‘success’ is a very subjective term. At the end of the day, the only person who can judge how successful you are is yourself. Still, there’s no doubt that having a morning routine can give you plenty of benefits.
A common morning habit among high-achievers is to wake up early, as the quiet morning hours are a fantastic time for introspection and provide the perfect opportunity to get some of the little things done. Besides, it allows you to think about the tasks you have for the day and plan everything out. Ready to start your own morning routine?5k