Stop Letting This Thing Off Your Morning Product


Are you a member of a 5 in the morning club? Have you logged in before waking up at 5 a.m. to make you more productive, balanced and successful, but find your January goals far behind? If you wake up kind of groggy, but otherwise load up with good ideas, and find that you need to stop the flow of art to do the “right” things you do every morning, like exercise, meditation, breathing, journalism, planning, doing thank you tests, you only find that once all that is done have your good ideas already entered ether?

You are not alone. And you should not feel bad about it, because if so, you may be a victim of one of the great paradoxes of waking up: Getting up in the morning to do everything over and over again means depriving yourself of real product.

Waking up in the morning is a good idea. You just get more time while everyone is asleep. But to make this time worthwhile, you need to know why you wake up in the morning and how you use that time to get the most out of it.


Promoting Finished Resources
First, it is very important to see that motivation, like all the functions of our psyche, is a visible process in the brain. As such, it is a limited and limited resource. It travels to the peaks and valleys during the day, but is often charged after a good night’s sleep. That is why you often wake up feeling ready to take over the world, but at lunchtime you are tired of even caring for the most common tasks.

If your goal is to take care of yourself openly, that’s great! Do that in the morning when you are encouraged. But if your goal is to be productive, and you know that you have great ideas and creative power at the top of the first thing in the morning, forcing that flow of creativity to turn off to meditate instead makes no sense. It actually burns your maximum motivation for the day and trains your brain that you CAN’T be encouraged in the morning. I don’t think that’s what you do.

“The secret to production is simple.” – Robin Sharma

Attention Only More
Unless you are a nun, it is likely that your attention span is much longer than your motivation. Your ability to stay focused on a single task is already at stake because of the constant disruption of our environment. Deliberately driving your attention span away from your most important tasks, at a time when you are in the best position to focus, makes no sense.


If you are accustomed to waking up at 5 in the morning (or earlier), but have not yet seen an increase in productivity or creative exit, it may be because you are forcing other “must-do” tasks to take care of yourself for a period of time. I’m not saying you shouldn’t take care of yourself. You just have to! But overreacting to your first position without focusing on your positive energy is not helpful to you, and it may cause you to feel stressed and insecure. So, what is the solution?

State Praise and Execution
Recognizing the state means putting yourself in the physical and mental state that you can take in a day. This means relaxation at night on the floor, getting blood flowing, and concentrating. Stand up, stretch a little light, and take a deep breath. After that, make 10 quick pushups and squares. It’s not a physical exercise amandla it’s just an energetic exercise. Sometimes I will make 10 jacks skipping at a good rate; do this with inspiring mantra or enjoy driving home the joy of your day!

Now take it out. Take a pen and paper and write down the most important ideas running through your head at that moment. When you are like me, you wake up with a conversation that is already going through your mind. Those are ideas. Don’t let them go!


Scan your to-do list. What are the most tedious, unusual, and dull tasks you should perform? Arrange those slumps of yours for the rest of the day, when your creative power is not needed. If you try to throw it in the middle of nowhere when it happens, you will not succeed. If you know in your mind, “OK, at 10:30 I can do this just like a robot without thinking about it,” you can simply change gears and sail a little autopilot.

Now you can use it. Now, you should have about 60 to 90 minutes to create, do, or do anything in your head with great power. This is the time to bark. When you are done, you will be in a good state of mind to meditate. Your glorious thoughts will not wander in your head as you try to calm your mind and breathe. But in the meantime, you should remove those big stones.

“Hour for an hour in the morning, you’ll be hunting all day.” – Richard Whately

There is nothing wrong with getting up early, if you have a lot to do. But if you cover that morning routine with “mustaches” that don’t move the needle in your business or work, you may not see a good ROI on any list.

Take a step back in your morning routine, and really consider whether your morning habits and habits further your goals or distract you from them. When you are able to devote your morning energy to goal-oriented or intelligent activities instead of traditional care activities, you will be able to remove those things from your plate and relax from your self-care habits with a clear and accomplished mind without stress and frustration.





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