As part of my morning routine involves reading, I’ve decided to now follow the good habit of writing about what I’d like to remember from a book.
Hal Elrod is a survivor (from a crash accident) and a serial entrepreneur who committed to improve his life and others one. His book ‘Miracle Morning’ describes how a morning routine can dramatically improve your life.
The main idea is that morning routine can really transform you life by offering many advantages :
Among all the qualities that will make you a better person, we’ll talk today about willpower.
I think there’s no need to explain why the force that will initiate your actions, help you endure adversity and prevent you from giving up is important. Willpower is a valuable asset to develop, so here are some techniques to improve it.
To help us structure our discussion, let’s use the commonly accepted analogy that willpower is like a muscle.
In this post, I won’t detail why I choose to wake up early. It’s all about improving my productivity and achieving my goals.
Rather, I’d like to give you some feedback about those 3 weeks I’ve tried wake up earlier.
The plan I usually wake at 7h15, except during the weekend, when I switch off my smartphone clock and wake up by myself at around 9h.
I choose to set my alarm at 6h30 and to use the time gained to follow a simple routine :
This is a place to discuss about productivity and improvement; To be, in the long run, a better person. A 10 times better person.
You might wonder why a 10x better person? Is it just even possible? Why 10 times? why not 100 times or just 3.14159 times?
Let’s be honest: It’s just a fancy term for “a much better you”. Actually, all that matter is walking the improvement path.