Success starts in the morning

Morning success

More than the hard work you do all day, one very essential key to being successful lies in your everyday morning routine. What makes a successful person different from others is how he or she manages the start of the day.  Hence, your self-discipline is critical to developing a successful morning routine.

Follow a different routine

How you wake up determines how you go about the day. Most probably, the mood you have when you wake up is generally the same mood you’ll have for the whole day. So make it interesting and exciting. Instead of lazily going out of bed, go to the kitchen and drink water. 

Being dehydrated the whole night makes a person feel tired and sluggish. Drink a glass of water when you get up or be sure to have one next to your bedside. Water energizes the body. 

Morning stretching exercises are also helpful to get those muscles ready for the day. Following a different routine increases your “motivation level.” It’s determined to wake up every day facing new goals, new plans, and a brand-new determination. Lastly, practice going to bed affirming yourself to rise every morning feeling renewed and refreshed.

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Meditation is essential

Now get ready to practice silence in the morning. Getting up and being awake is one thing, but to start the day with silence, meditation or a prayer lessens the susceptibility to stress. A lot of successful people say that meditation is essential in their life. If these busy and successful people can do it, why shouldn’t you? Morning is the best part of the day to meditate and be silent.

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Sit in a quiet place and inhale for three seconds through your nose and exhale for three seconds through your mouth. Clear your mind, say a silent prayer. This won’t take too much time, You can do this in less than 3-5 minutes, and you’re good to go. Once you find the habit of doing it then you will realize that the time of silence, meditation, and prayer increases.

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Exercise or be active

Startup your body just like a car’s engine. You need to enable it to move effectively throughout the day. Being active such as having a morning run, walking your dog, or doing some morning chores is kind of therapeutic.

Most of us know this but always conclude not having the time because of busyness and work. Others put exercise at the end of the day but let’s face it, you’re too exhausted to go for a run that it never really happens. Plus, starting your mornings actively also helps the mind think and bodies healthy.

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In Conclusion

Don’t say you can never manage to do one of the few things listed above, everything is still dependent on how you manage your morning rituals. Some days may differ from each other. You don’t have to make it very standardized.

You may reduce the time spent for other things such as jogging for 20 minutes, 5 minutes of silence and writing your thoughts, or 3 minutes of stretching, walking your dog for 5 minutes and 5 minutes of silence. Just remember to wake up with a purpose, stop being mediocre and be successful in the morning.

Successful People Are Quitters

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Loss of a job, bankruptcy in your small business, being second best in your work or school, rejections from people in the same industry, and so on. People around you will tell you not to quit, just one more try, but successful people are those who actually “quit” sooner than anybody else could realize. How can a quitter be successful?

A quitter discerns appropriately

A quitter is able to discern appropriately: what will work and what will not work. Usually, there will be more mistakes than success stories in any person’s life, and a “quitter” can easily identify which part she needs to let go of.

Discernment also goes with decisiveness, which allows quitters to make quick and appropriate decisions that can greatly affect them and the surrounding people.

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Successful people quit early

We are not talking about the kind of quit where you just feel like it. More than the emotions, successful people quit a job, a hobby, or even something that they have been doing for the rest of their lives to pursue a different path.

These people realize that it’s never too late to start something or be a part of something. Most of the time they get it right, which in return makes quitters realize that quitting early was the best decision they ever made.

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They change their plans

A successful person quits on doing the same things over and over again. Let’s just say for instance you are running a small business that is not getting you anywhere. This doesn’t mean that quitters would just leave it there to let it go down. While a lot would probably think there is nothing wrong with the business, these quitters know better.

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Before anything drastic happens, they quit doing the same strategies, the same routine, and run the business a different and more efficient way. What they quit on are possibilities of the business going bankrupt. That’s what makes them successful in the long run.

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Achieve their dreams

Quitters still achieve their dreams, and sometimes they do it faster than anyone else. When they fail in one dream, they quit and continue making more definite and greater dreams. They quit on the dreams that don’t take them anywhere, instead, they stick to the dreams that allow them to reach their full potential.

While everyone in the race tries to run in the same direction, quitters are those who are part of the race but run in the other direction because they know that their dreams are different and way better than that the dreams of other people.