Good morning, how are you?
One of the most important routines that I do is study. I study every single day. It doesn't have to be a long time, it can be 15 minutes, it can be 20 minutes, in the time that I have. And what I do at the point is I don't study, I don't pretend to read the full chapter because I will do it fast and it's not worth it.
So I just try to read one paragraph, or one page, but understand what the writing is saying. That's the most important thing. I like to study about the science of the mind or brain health and its structure. This is what I like to do. And I have a variety of others. I like Thomas Troward, most of them, Napoleon Hill, Walter Wattles and other authors.
So, just be curious and keep your mind bright!
Good morning guys, how are you?
Another amazing routine that I like, not like, I love and enjoy every day, is my breakfast. I love having a good breakfast, like coconut yogurt unsweetened, blueberries and walnuts. That fills me up and makes me feel ready to take the day. To me it's very important to eat before I get out of the house, not only because I guess I am used to it but also, it just makes me feel full of energy.
Have a wonderful breakfast!
Routines are nothing else but habits that we do consistently. Sometimes it doesn't have to happen every single day. It can happen one or two days a week, but if we do it consistently that becomes a routine.
So today, Mondays and Tuesdays, one of my morning routines is to go to the gym. Usually I go in the afternoon, but those two days I go in the morning because in the afternoon I have a group. So, be very productive today and be aware that routines don't have to happen every single day.
Have a wonderful day!
Good morning, guys!
I am heading to LA today. It's 5 am, so its dark outside still.
The morning routines, sometimes are made to be broken. We have to be flexible. We can be structured, we can be consistent, but we don't have to be attached to what we do every single day.
So, today I have no time to do my morning routines, so the routine has to change. And that's okay too. As long as we are prepared or conscious and if we want to do it at night, the last thing before bed, that's okay. So, just be flexible and be open to what can come your way.
Have a wonderful day!
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I'm going to talk to you about another morning routine. Another morning routine today is the possibility of not getting a chance to have a morning routine, like today. Today I had to leave the house really early as I had things going on, conference calls and meetings all morning until now. I didn't get a chance to stop one second to talk to you guys, but this is how it works sometimes. It's not always perfect and that's also good.
I will be back with another morning routine, bye bye!
I'm walking downtown, in San Luis Obispo. Walking is one of my morning routines. It's a recently added one, and I really, really enjoy it. It's early in the morning. There is barely any traffic. Nobody's on the street, it just relaxes me and makes me feel like I can do this little bit of activity and cardio that my heart and my body enjoys in the morning. So I don't go from laying down in bed, to sitting up in a desk or sitting up in a table to have breakfast at work.
So, what are your morning routines?
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When you look back over 2018, how do you feel about the year as a whole? What, if anything, would you have done differently?
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