5 Ways to Per­fect Your Morn­ing Rou­tine

Start­ing your day on a pro­duc­tive note re­quires more than just wak­ing up early. To get more done, fol­low these sug­ges­tions from Inc.com colum­nist Jor­dan Schelt­gen

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REST UP

Your morn­ing rou­tine re­ally starts the night be­fore. To en­sure you get enough sleep, set an alarm to alert you it’s time for bed.

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WAKE UP RIGHT

Use a smart alarm that will get you up at the op­ti­mal time in your sleep cy­cle. And don’t hit the snooze but­ton.

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GET MOV­ING

Ex­er­cise in­creases en­ergy lev­els. In­stead of start­ing the day with a pot of cof­fee, try work­ing out.

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TACKLE A NON-WORKRELATED GOAL

Use your early hours to work on some­thing that will ben­e­fit your per­sonal devel­op­ment, like learn­ing a lan­guage or read­ing.

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AU­DIT YOUR ROU­TINE

Learn what’s pre­vent­ing you from hav­ing a pro­duc­tive morn­ing. Once you’ve re­fined your sched­ule, write it down.

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