Do you struggle to get out of bed and get going? Do you wish you were excited to get out of bed in the morning? What if you could miraculously wake up tomorrow and every area of your life was transformed? How would life be different? Would you be happier? Healthier? More successful? Which of your problems would be solved?
What if I told you there is a simple secret that is guaranteed to transform literally every area of your life faster than you ever believed? What if I told you it would take only nine minutes a day?
Enter The Morning Routine Blueprint. What's now being practiced by thousands of people around the world could perhaps be the simplest approach to creating the life you've always wanted.
In 2012, I didn't even know what a morning routine was. I'd drink coffee as soon as I got out of bed and check email early in the morning, and I didn't think twice about it.
Then I realized something.
A big reason most people aren't successful is they fail to follow a daily routine. Instead they start each day hoping they will have enough time to make progress on their goals. I used to be a perfect example.
But after years of experimenting, I realized what a difference having a morning routine makes. See, if you closely examined the world's most successful people, you'd see they start each day in an energized state, ready to accomplish any goal. What's their secret?
Like brushing your teeth, once you get in the habit of doing something, it no longer becomes a task; it's just something you do. Successful people are able to focus on their tasks because they already have built habits into their mornings. And I want to help you do the same.
©2015 Mike Fishbein (P)2015 Mike Fishbein
Can't think of anyone.
Not inspiring. Nothing really helpful
I would have returned this book if it were eligible for returns. Totally waste of money.
I enjoy reading/hearing productivity books. This guy has really helpful Tips, but the voice is just bad in my opinion. Thank goodness it's a short book! Signed up for his email!
this is for a person that doesn't understand that setting a schedule is the first step to planning
so obvious. this story is for a person that needs things spelled out for them
boring and mundane
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