The Powerful Morning Habits You Should Steal From Highly Successful People

Getting up early with the sunrise or even before is considered a must for successful people. Simply ask the boss of your boss, any politician or professional and the answer you would get is that they all wake up at the crack of dawn. This allows them to gain a leg up on anyone who gets up late.

Many find it hard to resist and prefer to snooze till 9 a.m. at least. Creating a routine and sticking to it requires stamina and willpower – the key traits of any powerful individual. You may not think so, but your self-discipline is really strong in the mornings as later in the day you can get exhausted and therefore other priorities like resting and eating arise. Hold off the snoozing and read through our tips to adopt morning habits to guarantee a productive day!


The things you have to do are quite easy when you think about it. Try not to focus on the fact that this is done early in the morning but on the actual tasks. In the first days, it helps a lot.

  • Have a healthy Oatmeal or yogurt will do just fine.
  • Be careful with your body clock. Go to bed earlier than usual.
  • Put limits. Set an alarm clock for the times you wake up and have to go asleep.
  • Turn off the sounds on your phone. No texting or playing games at night.
  • Stick to a morning routine every single day, weekend
  • Track your progress and the way your body reacts. Adjust your sleep pattern accordingly.

We would like to particularly focus on several key steps without which no successful person starts their morning. They are easy to follow, and most highly successful people follow them.

Firstly, Get Up An Hour Early.


Yes, there is that extra hour in a day. But you’ve simply overslept it every time. This extra hour gives you time to adjust and think about the upcoming day. The research shows that early risers relatively more optimistic, and they also foresee problems and find better ways to solve them.  This is something to think about when you want to reach new heights in business.

Secondly, Always Drink A Glass Of Water.

It does help your body. Having a cup of water in the morning before coffee and anything else does several good things to your body. It helps start your metabolism, wakes up your body and aids your digestive system. Of course, if you love coffee, you don’t have to skip it from now on. It is actually the morning beverage of most people. It gives you that extra kick. But, first, drink some water.

Thirdly, Think About The Day.

What are the most important things that you have to accomplish this day? Outstanding entrepreneurs always keep their goals in mind at the start of the day. This allows them to focus on work hard to achieve them throughout the day.

For example, financial professionals check the stock markets immediately after waking up. For those who are at the top of their game the result is enormous, as the information, they gleaned on stays with them for the whole day and saves lots of time analyzing the market later on.

Other entrepreneurs, meanwhile, start with stretching and meditation before going head-first into the business. Steve Jobs’ phrase illustrates it the best way: “For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?

We fully agree with Jobs’ suggestion as it is a great way to start every day. This way you get a concise assessment of the direction you are heading in. Great things start with small steps. Just take a few minutes to think about your truly important goals as they deserve it each morning.


Veronica Hunt is an experienced blogger from Delaware City, DE. She loves travelling  and provides readers with up-to-date info in the spheres of marketing, motivation and productivity. You can find Veronica on Facebook and LinkedIn.


Erin shows overscheduled, overwhelmed women how to do less so that they can achieve more. Traditional productivity books—written by men—barely touch the tangle of cultural pressures that women feel when facing down a to-do list. How to Get Sh*t Done will teach you how to zero in on the three areas of your life where you want to excel, and then it will show you how to off-load, outsource, or just stop giving a damn about the rest.

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