I am taking a 2.5,5 mile trip with my husband and our dog. The start of our journey is very quiet as we both get up. At the end of the trip, I feel completely awake and ready to face whatever the day brings with the help of my partner and great fan.
-Kimberly Jones, CEO and president Butler / Till
I have a three-year-old child at home, so I often take care of her. In the midst of that and preparation, in the mornings I spend my time reading the news of the industry. Our world is constantly evolving and as the founder of the FinTech company, I have to make sure I know about the trends so we serve our investors, employees and customers a lot.
Kathryn Petralia, founder of Cabbage, Inc.
I find out what the most important things I have to do that day, whether they are for my family or for my business. Sometimes the list is too long, so prioritizing is very important. I strongly believe in staying active to stay healthy and keep all projects moving forward.
-Georgianna W. Oliver, founder of Package Concierge
I like to turn on some music. I find that it helps me to have the right attitude to take on the day. When the music is off, I drink a glass of water to sip water and then over to coffee – then answer emails and make school lunches before my kids wake up.
-Heidi Hertel, founder of Fitz Frames
Even what I am grateful for, even before I get out of bed or look at my phone. The first times of the day affect the whole day.
—Arel Moodie, founder of Art of Likability
The first thing I do when I wake up is to meditate for 15 to 20 minutes. This helps me during the day and gives me a boost of energy.
-Kerry Guard, MKG Marketing COO
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