Let’s be honest, for most of us… mornings suck.
“Great, another workday…” is without a doubt a feeling we can all relate to.
And why not? How many mornings do you have to drag yourself out of bed? How many times do you hit the snooze on your alarm? Once? Twice? Not nearly enough times, am I right?
And I’m betting most mornings you’re rushing to get out the door because you wanted to maximize the amount of sleep you got.
Maybe you don’t realize it, but starting your mornings like this makes the rest of your day less productive, and in general, less successful.
Why? Because each morning sets the tone for the entire day. But I’m betting you want your whole day to be a success, right?
Well luckily for you, you can make your mornings not only better, but more desirable as well.
The morning rush is your morning habit
Now be honest, how many of you set your alarm to go off as late as possible so you can maximize your sleep? Probably a lot of you, and that’s the problem.
Your mornings are a hectic rush, and that’s no way to start your day off.
You aren’t armed with early wake-up skills
People already dread waking up in the morning, but waking up even earlier? No thank you. People don’t want to do that, even the idea of it can make people feel annoyed.
And this is completely understandable, which makes the problem even more prominent.