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Perfect Your Morning Routine With 6 Expert-Backed Steps

Perfect Your Morning Routine With 6 Expert-Backed Steps

Fab Giovanetti

Something most people do not talk about far too often is the self-development rabbit hole. The one even the most cautious self-development and productivity aficionados may get lost in as they start looking into hacking their way to success.

These little tweaks are based on cross-overs of key elements you can find in pretty much any book about effective morning practices, including meditation, movement, etc.

Hal Elrod — The Miracle Morning

Be careful of what you tell yourself

The power of what we say to ourselves is presented when we go to sleep the night prior to our miraculous mornings.

The power of success rituals

He emphasised the value of morning exercise as part of this ritual, explaining how this gets his heart rate up, his blood pumping and his lungs filled with oxygen.

Robin Sharma- The 5AM Club

Create a formula

Sharma talks a lot about day-stacking. That means that small things done daily are way more important than big things done once in a while. All of us have limited mental capacity or cognitive bandwidth. And throughout the day, our attention is given to more and more things: work, the news, interaction with others, and social media.

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Our bandwidth gets used up by all of these so, by lunchtime, we can’t really concentrate on anything at all.

Consider enhancing one ability or skill by just one percent every day. It’s a small change, but over a year it amounts to a 365 percent improvement. In the book, he introduces the 20/20/20 formula.

What will is the 20/20/20 formula that says you use 20 minutes to move, 20 minutes to reflect and 20 minutes to grow — just like Elrod was giving you the 6 Principles for his routine.

Find your hero-hour

Something I still believe though is that the first hours of the day are where heroes are made. If you want to master your life, start by owning the mornings.

Sometimes you just need to go with the flow

By focusing too much on what we should do each morning, we may forget the simple benefits of just, well, being. I hope this piece helped you realise that, after all, there is no such thing as the perfect morning routine.

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