Many bemoan the fact they are unproductive and not achieving what they want to be achieving in their life. Many times it is how they structure their day and their work. It is when we dissect this, that we can take benefit from it. When we don’t have structure of achievement, our outlook will be negatively affected.
Adding some structure to your day will help you get more out of your life. You’ll increase your productivity which will help you focus on doing more positive things.
You won’t be cramming your way through the day, trying to scrape by, all the while hating yourself for being so unorganized. Thinking negative thoughts while you go about your day isn’t a good sign.
You need to get a handle on your emotions. And one of the best solutions is by working on developing a morning ritual habit.
Waking up early in the morning has a lot of benefits. You get into the habit of sleeping early each night so you can wake up early. When you wake, you can choose any routine which will help you achieve your goals faster.
For example, you are trying to lose weight, and you find it hard to squeeze in the time to exercise. You’re busy throughout the day, and you can’t spare an extra 15 minutes to go jogging.
What you can do is you can wake up 15 or 30 minutes early in the morning, and use that extra time to go run a few miles. When you get back home, you’ll feel more alive and energized, ready to tackle that day’s challenges.
There are so many things you can do in the morning. You can write down your thoughts in your journal. You can create a detailed to-do list, you can update your calendar.
You can even work on the most important and most difficult tasks of the day because you get far fewer distractions and noise in the morning (just remember to turn off that TV and put your phone to silent mode!).
Doing this allows you some more free time later on in the day which you can then devote to pursuing other activities. This will further enhance your positive thoughts.
Having a morning ritual allows you to accomplish many more things than you usually would. You’re essentially freeing up some time and increasing your productivity. It will help you become more efficient throughout the day.
When you do this you allow yourself to become a positive force, you can influence and inspire the people around you to act the same way.
So, in summary, you’re not only adding positivity to your life, but you’re also sharing your positivity with others!