This is the face of someone who’s “GOT IT” and feels like “EVERYTHING IS CLICKING.”
When I first thought of entrepreneurship and adulthood, I thought “Wow! I can wake up when I want, go to sleep when I want, and now there is NO ONE to tell me what to do”. Although all those things are true and the newfound freedom is nice, I realized that I should want a morning routine.
I read The Miracle Morning For Entrepreneurs by Hal Elrod and it had a huge impact on how I go about “doing life.” I used to think that schedules were only for infants and toddlers, that only children needed structure and a routine, however, that couldn’t be further from the truth. All humans need structure for optimal productivity.
If you find that you never have enough time in the mornings, the easiest solution is to wake up earlier. Being a night owl and trying to work while exhausted is one way to get things done, but there’s something drastically different about waking up refreshed. I encourage everyone, even the night owls, to consider going to bed and waking up earlier.
My morning routine includes working out, prayer, meditation, journaling, and planning, which may