Start Your Day Right: Best & Worst Things to Do in the Morning
The best thing to do in the morning?
Well, it depends on what you mean by “best”. There are many ways to start your day. Some people like to wake up early and read their favorite books or play games before they get into work. Others prefer getting ready for work right away so they can spend time with family or friends before heading out the door. Still others might want to take some time off from work and relax at home after working all day long. Whatever the case may be, there’s no denying that starting your day right will make it better.
There are several things you need to consider when deciding which is the best way to start your day. First of all, you’ll have to decide whether you’re going to go straight from bed into the shower or if you’re going to use some other method first. If you’re going to shower immediately, then you’ll probably want to choose something light since it will give you a little extra boost of energy. You could also try taking a quick nap or even just reading a book.
If you’re not planning on showering right away, then you might want to think about spending some time relaxing in bed before doing anything else. After all, relaxation is one of the most effective ways to start your day. If you’re going to be getting ready for work, you might want to spend some time meditating or praying before doing anything else. This will give you a little extra energy and help you focus on your goals.
You’ll also have to decide what you’re going to do after you finish whatever it is you’re going to do first. You could plan on heading straight into work if you want or you could take some time to relax at home for a little while first. No matter what you choose to do, you’ll need to make sure that you’re doing something that you really want to do and that it’s not stressing you out.
No matter what you choose to do with your mornings, it’s important that you’re able to start them off right. Start your day right and your whole day (and life) will be better for it.
Work like hell and promote what you’ve done on social media. Get a good following, and maybe sell your book to a major publisher. If that doesn’t work, try to at least get your book publicized on some of the larger personal development blogs. Get yourself known, and start a movement.
There’s no way you can work a normal job and promote your book. It will always be your obligation to be reachable by people who want the knowledge you have. Besides, writing is your passion; you won’t be giving that up anytime soon.
Get up early to do the necessary work for your day. If you really need to, spend an hour or two working on your book before or after work somewhere. It’s definitely possible to do, and you’ll get the time back once you’ve got it published.
The bird had a point; it’s very important to work on your book every day. The only problem is that it will be difficult to balance with work and your personal life.
In order to get the book done within a year, you’re going to have to sacrifice your personal life. There’s really no way around it if you want your goals to be accomplished.
You need to just buck up, follow the plan, and get that book done before the year is over. If you do, your future as an inspirational speaker will be set in stone.
You’re ready to get started on your journey. Hopefully you achieve your goals and have a successful first year. Remember that you can revisit this at any time by clicking on the scrapbook, but for now you’re ready to go.
Give it everything you’ve got, because it’s now or never.
Sources & references used in this article:
- Starting Your Day Right: Devotions for Each Morning of the Year (J Meyer – 2004 – books.google.com)
- I Lift Up My Soul: Devotions to Start Your Day with God (CF Stanley – 2010 – books.google.com)
- Rise and Shine: Encouragement to Start Your Day (LC Higgs – 2008 – books.google.com)
- How to spend the first 10 minutes of your day (R Friedman – Harvard Bus Rev. June, 2014 – moodle.gsmd.ac.uk)