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Morning routine impact a lot on your day. So, what is your morning schedule before going to work? In this article I will share with you some powerful and boosting techniques that will not only make yourself productive, but also make you successful.
Stamina matters a lot for every single leader. If you have equipped yourself in countless meetings, feeling travel tiredness, then you should go for the physical exercise. Leadership revolves around the good focus and judgment, so you shouldn’t indulge yourself in difficult choices and increase your stamina for your and organization’s success. Spare one hour for exercise or any sort of physical activity before starting your workday to expand your energy level and for good focus to make your day successful.
Sleep is the main pillars to make yourself successful. If someone tells you that you need seven to eight hours of sleep in a night, then he is perfectly right. According to one study, people who slept six hours a night cant performed batter as compared to people who had 8-9 hours’ sleep all-nights. Lack of Sleep also stops the hippocampus, which is liable for producing the positive energies and to kill the negativity.
As I mentioned above that exercise is very important. Start your day with Exercising to pumps your hurt, confidence boosting and improved emotions. Exercise also helps you to set your focus for the forward day.
For the productive day, Body language counts a lot. It is not all about best dressing, but also involve posture, smile, eye contact, and speaking way. Next, how you respond, gives impression to someone and how to show yourself as a confident person. The better your body image would be, the more you feel better and to boost up the self-confident. Don’t speak slowly, clearly your goals and make yourself more self-confidence and appear as a confident personality to others.
Unfortunately, some mornings are really damaged just because of the tired nights and less night sleeps. In this scenario, you have to take the good night’s sleep. Stop doing the emailing in the midnight and set your bedtime alarm for the productive day.
When I get ready for the bed, I set my goals for the next day. For less morning friction, I take a glass of water with me to the side table and set my gym and office clothes.
On bed I prefer to do some important things. First, how many goals I’ve achieved in a day. How much time I gave to myself, husband, and parents? Have I done something for betterment, which makes you happier, productive, and successful? Third, I take a perfect balance between my work and personal life.
Next, I put the alarm to wake up early in the morning. This is the most important thing that I must do. During sleep timing I don’t reply to any texts, calls and emails. I take a proper night’s sleep to make myself ready for the next day.