Because I believe when you win the morning you win the day… Anytime you talk about about morning routines, I always think about I think you already mentioned Hal Elrod. He’s got a great book: The Miracle Morning. Sounds like, there are definitely elements of that I hear in your routine… Absolutely, I’ve known Hal for years and I love Hal. If you don’t know about the Miracle Morning you should check it out. It’s just MiracleMorningBook.com. He’s impacting millions of lives around the world right now. What I love about Hal’s philosophy is that he teaches the miracle morning which a very specific process. He teaches, use this practice this, see what kind of an impact it makes on you. Then decide for yourself what your morning routine needs to be, and I really love that he owns that. It’s not about doing it his way and that’s the only right way. He’s just saying that this is what it is for me, and this is what’s making a difference for a lot of people when they first get introduced to it. But once you’re using it and it’s working for you if there’s something you don’t connect with or resonate with you don’t have to do it. Make your morning routine the way you want it to be. For him it’s like 4:30 in the morning every morning and it’s like an hour and a half long process, or whatever. Maybe it’s changed. He’s like hey if you don’t want to get up at 4:30 in the morning that’s fine. Don’t worry about it. Get up at 8. Get up whenever it’s best for you to get up, but just make sure you start your day off right with a morning routine that takes care of you first.
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