4 Ways to Super Productive Morning!

Well productive morning or say good morning is one of the best time of the day which sets up the productivity curve for the entire day. They say “a productive and healthy morning leads to a productive and healthy life”.

Let’s talk about some happy healthy morning habits to inculcate in our life for the best possible outcome, after all, it’s all about this one life we have got!

WILLPOWER IS HIGHEST IN THE MORNING, SO START STRONG”

While a morning routine is own by everyone (the same breakfast, coffee, cab drill), the question is to have a right /perfect morning routine. This, in fact, is science proved by major experts that can change our life and style for the best.

Waking up by YOUR time!

Yes, this capital letter indeed talks about how customized our life should be even in the fixed 9 to 5 drill.

We all are subjected to our body clock and considering this, our circadian (literal meaning is “about -a-day)rhythm responds to environmental signs (sunlight, birds chirping ) and functions best when we have regular sleep habits, like going to bed at night and waking up in the morning around the same times on daily basis (including weekends).

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Waking up YOUR body & mind!

Many successful people start their morning with a little movement, which can either be a jog/run, hitting to gym, yoga. Increase that adrenaline in the brain and sweat it all out.

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Another key is to drink water (potential highly priced resource) which primarily boost up the energy levels.

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Jeff Sanders (author of the 5 AM Miracle) talks about his favorite morning habit which is to drink one liter of water within the first 45 minutes of waking up. “Hydration is incredibly important, especially after waking up. I always find that this larger quantity of water provides incredible energy and prepares my body for the day ahead” he said.

Meditation is also one of the finest methods for brain taming and relaxing. It optimizes our decision making and taking on an everyday basis.

Making YOUR own breakfast!

I meant “making” not in literal terms but possibly customized breakfast including proteins and healthy carbs to kick start the day.

Our brain is food sensitive, for example, a slice of cake will kick spice our blood sugars within 15 minutes of intake, hence its highly important to have the best meal as our first meal.

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Let’s focus on brain foods to stack if we are one of those who is running late or loves to munch.

Making YOUR decision making proactive!

The finest way to have a productive morning is to get a head start on it the night before. Major productivity experts usually spend 10 minutes of their evenings preparing for the next day because it makes their mornings free to get an early start on important work.

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The silent hours of the morning can be the ideal time to calmly focus on an important work project without being interrupted. What’s more, spending time on it at the start of the day ensures that it gets the attention before others — kids, employees, boss.

American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault ends his evenings by writing down three things he wants to accomplish the next day.

From research analyses to Mark Twain, the advice remains the same: Get big work done early.

Twain’s advice stems from this famous quote from his Book

Eat a live frog first thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.

Let’s rule our morning to conquer the day and be the inspiration for the best possible outcome. All it takes is a little bit of determination and discipline to master our morning routine.

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Author: Surbhi Pareek

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