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Early Mornings - Productivities Best Friend

Updated on March 10, 2016

Simple Morning Routine To Get More Productive And Feel More Energized

There is something about the mornings. Some people say that they can smell the success in the early morning breeze.

Whether you go out for a walk 30 minutes earlier than you usually get up before you get to work, or meditate, listen to your up-lifting favourite songs or get your ass to the gym you will find so many benefits throughout doing this simple process.

Q: Who Am I?

A: I work within the area of sales and fitness and one thing I usually say to my clients who want to lose weight or just feel better during the regular days is to get up a little bit earlier, drink a BIG glass of water (together with your Omega-3) and/or add black coffee to this routine aswell.

Now grab your comfortable clothes, your absolutely best headphones and your favourite running shoes. Prepare a good audio book or a podcast in a topic that you are interested in.

Otherwise your favourite music will be just as fine, or just simple silence if you live in a peaceful neighbourhood with access to the forest.

As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said;

"Nature always wears the color of the spirit"

I, in particular, usually listen to stuff related to my work, my standards or my goals in life. Fitness, sales and philosophy is something I usually implement in this routine if I do it instead of hitting the gym in the morning.

Doing this process on a regular basis will improve your productivity. I am sure of it. You will feel more energized throughout the day and replacing a bad habit with a good habit. Most of us think we are free, but we are not as free as we think we are. We are bound to our working hours, living life as a victim making just enough money to enjoy the weekends. The Status Quo.

You shall not be a victim no more, and your life certainly begins at the end of your comfort zone. By simply applying this process to your habits you will transcend into a more productive, more energetic and more happy individual.

There is another very significant benefit of getting your exercise in the morning, but I will not mention it in this post.

Try this out and I promise you that you will feel a difference within due time.

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