Ready to make tomorrow morning the best one you had so far?
How do you start your day?
I mean, what is your usual routine when you get out of bed? How do you spend your first hour of the new day? And how does it affect the rest of it?
From what I see, there are 2 types of people.
The ones who get up in a hurry, drink their coffee, often forget something and just leave the house in a rush.
In this group I’d also add those who do basically nothing first thing in the morning, or even worse – indulge in unproductive activities and lazy habits like checking their phone, lying in front of the TV, being negative about the following day, etc.
And it’s no wonder that they don’t like mornings. And are never looking forward to the next day.
There is, however, another type of people.
The ones that get up (usually earlier than they have to) and dedicate the very first hour or so to their sacred morning ritual.
They meditate (even if it’s for a few minutes), read or write (maybe journal their thoughts or just jot down stuff they’re grateful for or reasons why today is going to be a great day), have their coffee (not in a hurry, but in silence, while enjoying every sip), stretch and have a quick workout, prepare a healthy breakfast, plan out their day (and decide what to do first), etc.
The first group of people I mentioned think they can never have a morning like that.
But they are wrong.
Because the ones with the morning routine don’t really need to be morning people. Most of them don’t feel like getting up at 5 or 6 am, but they do it for themselves. They’ve seen the benefits this first hour of healthy, positive and successful activities and habits has on every other area of their life. And they love it.
It probably took them months to come to this version of a morning ritual, and to get used to it. But it was worth it.
And every single person can be like them.
I often write about mornings on my blog. And now I created a book about them, covering everything you need to know about the miracle of having a successful morning routine.
There are a few aspects of it that you need to pay attention to, an attitude you need to develop and a new approach to your mornings you need to have.
But it’s a pleasant process of personal development and building great habits.
It’s no coincidence that all successful people have it.
If you want to change your life and think that creating a ritual to start the day in a positive and powerful way is a good start, then this book is for you.
The Beginner’s Guide to a Successful Morning Routine teaches you how to celebrate life by enjoying each day, starting from the morning. It lets you see what the morning routine is all about and why it can turn your life around and even fix your relationships and double your productivity.
It gives you tips and tricks on how to actually start getting up early, and how to structure your mornings so that you can benefit the most.
Inside you’ll find:
• what makes mornings so magical;
• why you already have a morning routine, even though you probably don’t realize it;
• the 3 aspects of morning rituals;
• how to make drinking your morning cup of coffee the most pleasant part of your day;
• how to look forward to waking up early so that you can do some creative and productive activities;
• how to form it as a habit and what are the first steps;
• examples of morning habits to include in it;
• how to craft the ideal morning routine.
I’ve experimented for a long time and did my research so that I could come up with this book. It’s a simple reading but it’s the only guide on the subject you’ll need before you put things into practice.
But that’s not all.
There’s a bonus eBook that goes together with it: 101 Morning Routines: A unique collection of all types of morning rituals
I’ve read so many examples of rituals through the years that at some point I decided to start saving them in a document.
And for the purpose of this book, I’ve collected the best ones and I now present them to you in the form of a book.
It’s a great collection that includes routines of famous and rich people, as well as not-so-famous and average ones. But they all have one thing in common – they’re trying to have a successful morning routine and do something productive, creative, healthy, positive or successful after they wake up.
So if you run out of ideas or want to see what works best for others, that’s your ultimate resource.
In moments when I’ve felt down or lost motivation, I’ve come back to some of these routines. And it never ceases to amaze me how some people find the willpower and time to get up super early and get so much done before others have even woken up.
What makes it even more amazing is that they don’t need to. It’s just their choice. And in the long term it makes them so much happier, productive and successful.
I can even say that having such a morning ritual can give you purpose, can make your life more meaningful and give you direction if you feel lost.
So if you think these 2 books are for you, you can get them here.
I wish you all the best with your morning routines, with your days, and your whole life. Because – after all – it’s a series of mornings. And if we make each one inspiring and positive, we’ll have a beautiful life.