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Find out how to create a morning routine that will set your day up for success, even if you’re not a morning person.

Whether you realize it or not, your morning dictates the rest of your day. Wake up on the wrong side of the bed, and you know you’re going to be spitting fire by the end of the day. Hop out feeling fresh and rejuvenated, and it’s all smooth sailing from there. 

But how can you stop leaving it to chance and start taking control over your mornings? What can you do to start your day off on the right foot?

You need a killer morning routine, and that’s what this book is going to help you create. It all starts with how you treat yourself in the morning. You’ll learn how to create a mind-set of positivity from the moment you open your eyes and the things you need to incorporate to get the ball rolling.

In addition, you’ll discover:

  • Everything you need to include in your morning routine
  • Foods that set your day up for success
  • Breathing techniques and gentle movement to wake up your body and mind
  • The best way to begin your day at work and achieve maximum productivity
  • Ways to stay positive despite day-to-day struggles
  • Benefit of conceptual thinking to help - not just your mornings - but your life, in general
  • The right morning routine to turn your life around 
  • And much more!

If you’re struggling to take back your mornings, you need a guide to point you in the right direction. Turn around your mornings, and you can turn around your life. It all starts here!

Click on the “buy now” button to learn the secrets to achieving the most productive mornings of your life.

©2019 Ged Davis (P)2019 Ged Davis

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Great information

I specialize in panic disorder, general anxiety disorders and the sleep difficulties that often present. This book was truly a gem for me.

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Good easy listen

This book has easy to apply steps to improve your morning routine. I recommend it to anyone trying to revamp their morning practices.

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Incredible book!

Overall, I could not be happier with this book. the author even gave recommendations for other books that helped him, which is also valuable. ‘Looking forward to listening from this list on some of the topics I want fuller depth on.

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Highly recommanded in this book!

I feel I connected more personally with the author, who has and continues to, overall prevail over procrastination. He describes his own troubles with procrastination, which is assuring because as he notes, there are certain people more prone to procrastination.

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Superb book!

Finally, after much procrastinating, I listen to this book. It’s hard to develop new good (!) habits but, with the author’s help, I’m actually doing it. I even got an email from him to encourage me. That clinched it! I’m on the road to being accountable to myself.

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Nice book!

I enjoyed both the author's blog and this book. They are both full of helpful strategies to overcome procrastination and also explain the real causes of it. As a lifelong procrastinator, I really appreciate a book by someone who has overcome the problem! The book is also straightforward, to the point, and organized nicely.

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Very easy to listen

Very easy to listen and totally down to earth. Everything explained in layman's terms with examples given to support her ideas. Went to the course with her and it was terrific! Highly recommend this book.

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Great Help

A much needed addition to the literature to understand in a less complicated way how and why anxiety develops in the brain and how to overcome it.

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An absolutely unbelievably excellent book. The best book on anxiety I have ever read in my life - with actual useful and practical information on how to address anxiety.

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Resourceful!

Loved it. the ideas shared in book are great, and the book shares a great plan of action for self discipline. the narrator has done a great job in keeping the material engaging.

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  • 02-22-20

Amazing book!

I've been struggling with procrastination for years. I've made strides, but inevitably I still struggle with it. The greater my strides are, the more steps I seem to take backward. I liked this book because it really spoke to me. The author, I felt, truly identified what the problem was--and I feel more confident his solutions will work. Not overnight, but I think over time, yes.

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  • Matilde Gianullo
  • 02-20-20

Awesome deal

A great book and very helpful.I specialize in panic disorder, general anxiety disorders and the sleep difficulties that often present. This book was truly a gem for me.

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  • Emlyn Searson
  • 02-20-20

A must read for clinicians!

Cannot recommend Enough! Awesome for the new therapist or those who need a refresher. Clear, easy to read, great examples and awesome techniques. Highly recommend!

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  • Brendin Verzey
  • 02-20-20

Excellent practical use

I really enjoyed this book and continue to use it as a resource. Exercises are practical and can be used during therapy; No work sheets to fill out. The book explains anxiety and thought processes (CBT). Very well written.

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  • Louise Digby
  • 01-24-21

A lot of waffle

There were some moderately helpful tips and the author clearly knows his stuff (except British sayings... it's keep calm, not stay calm). However, I did not feel that the detailed explanations of how life began, how the FDA drug claim approval process works or various other tangents, were a good use of my time. Basically, do your important work in the first half of the day and book meetings etc in the afternoon.

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  • Hasnat Safder
  • 08-09-20

How a self help book should be written

This book is not the one you read once and leave it. Its a book you have to read several times after a gap. Author presented brief yet very thought provoking recommendations of how we should approach our lives.
Very well narrated too.

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  • Serrurier Robin
  • 02-22-20

Outstanding book!

The lesson that jumped out at me, was the fact that once you start something that you have been putting off, it is not as bad as you thought it would be.

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  • O'Dulchonta Troy
  • 02-22-20

Best book!

Best most helpful I've listened to in a long time. It explains why and what to do well. I can't wait to start the rest of my life now.

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  • Bruntje Lynne
  • 02-22-20

I recommend everyone to listen to this book!

I recommend everyone to listen to this book. The book explains what is procrastinating and then gives useful and handy techniques on how to overcome procrastination. The author speaks to the point.

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  • Roussell Michale
  • 02-22-20

I loved this book!

I loved this book! I was able to quickly listen to it in an afternoon. I couldn't put it down and was ready to start trying some of the exercises immediately. I was not stressed or overwhelmed by the book. It was amazing and actually comforting to see I am not the only one who feels this guilty about procrastinating.