Personal development

What’s the best morning routine?

The one that serves you!

I’ve found the best thing for me to stay on track is to get up early and spend the first two hours of the day working on me and developing the good habits that move me toward my goals.

Even if my day falls apart I know I am moving toward what I want my life to be.

My Morning Routine is loosely built around these main points:
-Get up early
-Shower
-Eat a high protein breakfast
-Workout for 15 to 30 min
-Read a self help or skill book for 15 to 30 min
-Review my short & long term goals
-Think in silence for 10 min
-Review my day
-Write in my journal for 10 min

The attached picture shows my actual planned routine as of this posting. It varies some based on what I have going on and what I want to work on.

For the most part I adjust my routine slightly every 90 days or so.

The most important part when it comes to setting up your morning routine is…

The routine list is built to serve my goals. The things I do in the morning are to move me closer to the person I want to be. This is what excites me and keeps me engaged it the early morning hours.

What does your morning routine look like?

Ps. I highly recommend The Miracle Morning book by Hal Elrod. It’s a great place to start designing your day, week, month and life.

The best piece of advice I can give you is…

…surround yourself with people who are obsessed with trying to shape the future, not people living in the past.

It really is true that you become like the people you hang around. This can be good and bad depending on who you choose to be around.

Health, wealth, love and happiness are all learned skilled or traits. We all have some inclination toward one or all of these but we learn how to create these in our lives.

We learn what to eat to be healthy. We learn what to say and how to say it to create deep lasting relationships. We learn how to develop a skill to market for income and so on.

Mentors, or people who are doing the things you want to do and are willing to show you the way, are the secret to success in most all areas of your life.

Have you humbled yourself to accept the instructions of a mentor?

If not think about where you are in life and where you want to be in 1 year, 3 years and 10 years from now.

How will you get there?

What skills do you need to learn?

Who is doing what you want to do and can call or meet with today?

Thanks for checking out my post today!

Be great my friends!!

-Steve