My Morning Routine

I'm inspired by John Lee Dumas Morning Routine, he's the founder and host of Entrepreneur on Fire where he interviews today's most successful entrepreneurs. I've been listening to his podcast since 2016 and I imagined myself being interviewed by him someday - Hopefully!

So, to begin with

Early to bed and early to rise.

I go to bed at 9 pm and spend 30 minutes to read a book from my Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. Reading from this device is like reading from a regular paper book, it doesn't strain your eyes and ease you to sleep.

7-8 hours of sleep

I wake up at 6 am and go straight to the bathroom to brush my teeth and wash my face. Having a good sleep keeps me alive all day - no need for coffee.

Meditation

I meditate for 20 minutes twice a day, in the morning before breakfast and in the afternoon before dinner. It relaxes my mind and helps reduce stress.

Exercise

I adapted John Lee Dumas first workout routine, "7 minutes work out". It works for me and it doesn't take much time to do it.

Green Smoothie

It's important to me that I put healthy food into my body first to give me the energy to crush the day. My favorite blend is the combination of banana, almonds, orange juice, and superfood powdered supplement.

Walk to the office

I'm grateful that I stay not too far from the office but it's still 0.8 kilometers away, so I walk 15-20 minutes, a good exercise and an opportunity for me to get the nutrients from the sun.

Journal

 I improve myself every day, that's why I journal. There's a quote that resonates to me, and this is "Compare and despair" - Don't compare yourself to others, instead compare yourself from yesterday.

Pomodoro Technique

Once my goals and todos for the day are set, it's time to start the clock using a Pomodoro Technique. It's a tool that boosts your discipline and productivity. So, 45 minutes focus on work and 15 minutes break where I walk outside and goes back to work when time breaks.

https://francescocirillo.com/pages/pomodoro-technique

That's it, my system to become successful. This is a progressive process that may change in the future.

 


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