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FYM13 | The Most Productive Morning Routine

Unlock Your Maximum Potential: A Guide to Crafting the Most Productive Morning Routine

This morning routine will change your life

I know the feeling that you cannot control yourself every morning. You love sleeping, that’s the truth.

But letting this bad habit will make you unproductive for the rest of the day and slowly kill your progress.

But what if I tell you that there is the best solution for this?

Avoid using your phone as an alarm clock

Using the phone is life, but using this as an alarm clock is not ideal if you lack self-control.

If you continue using this, you might use it until you open all of your social media for the rest of the morning.

This is why I recommend buying an analog alarm clock.

I have been using this kind of clock instead of my mobile phone and it really makes me more productive than before.

There is no snooze button so you have to force yourself to move and stretch.

Make your bed

Start your day with a productive task.

Make your bed after waking up. This will create positive feedback for your brain and it will crave to do more tasks.

This is a good exercise and a good start for your brain that indicates that you are doing a great job.

As they said, it will start with small tasks, you will end the day without noticing that you did everything on your to-do list.

Meditate and stretch

This habit is underrated but very effective and ideal to add to your morning routine.

Meditation is helpful to clear up and relax your mind. Most of the people who are not doing this are missing a lot. I think this is helpful for everyone and we should practice doing this every single day.

Stretching will also help you to boost your blood flow which has a lot of benefits. This will serve as your body warm-up to accomplish your tasks for the whole day.

Create your to-do list

Believe it or not, creating a to-do list is very helpful and effective for you to finish all of the pending tasks.

This will serve as your outline for the whole day that will push you to continue and do the tasks on time.

I don’t know why but crossing out the completed tasks is satisfying that pushes me to do more.

Do your tasks

Of course, everything will not make sense if you did not do your written tasks. After the morning rite, make sure to do all of the tasks written on your to-do list.

After all, what you need is to have a good habit system in the morning to keep you productive for the rest of the day.

But remember, you don’t need to overwork. Learn to divide and delegate your work if you have a lot of it.

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