Making your morning routine stick after you've set it up way you want it to is the next difficult task. This is the part that most people find the hardest.

Basically, you need to think of each of your morning ritual duties as a series of blocks and start stacking them up until you get to where you want to go. Even while it might take a bit longer if you take it carefully and deal with each one separately, you will be better positioned yourself for success and strengthening your foundation.

To create habits that stick, one suggestion is to embrace Benjamin Spall's "Only 5 Minutes" way of thinking. Just five minutes will be spent on one of your morning routines, so remind yourself of that. This works because it requires so little time that your brain is not likely to raise an objection. Once you get rolling, it's easy to finish your activity before the stipulated five minutes is up, bringing you one step closer to your goals.

Stacking habits, according to Barrie Davenport, can also mean adopting additional small actions that, when added together, have a big impact. A few examples of these basic yet powerful behaviors include rising five minutes early, drinking a full glass of water while taking your vitamins, flossing (yes, your teeth are important too), visualizing your goals, and saying "I love you" to your loved ones. Simple, right?

In his article Wake Up! Eight Radically Different Routines to Improve Your Mornings Kyle Towers provides other healthy morning habits, including oil pulling, self-massaging your scalp, and inhaling deeply to unwind and focus yourself (where you swish coconut oil around your mouth to remove toxins).

In her book 9 Morning Habits That Will Change Your Life, Monika Carless recommends doing yoga while still in bed, savoring a cup of hot honey and lemon water, and relaxing on your front porch to observe the world.

Establish a variety of brief rituals that each last only a few minutes to make the most of your mornings. This can mean evaluating your objectives or fixing minor issues before they turn into major ones. It can be opening the curtains to let in some natural light, concentrating better by chewing on a mint, listening to your favorite music, or sending supportive notes to close friends and family. Embrace it and enjoy it. Anything that is encouraging and moves you closer to your goal is beneficial.

10) Connecting Everything

How to Create Your Perfect Morning Routine Now (And Keep It Up!)

You see, this tutorial covers all the numerous things you can do to establish a morning routine that increases your chances of success. However, the most crucial thing to keep in mind is that your morning routine must work for you. If it doesn't, it won't stick. No matter how much you want it to...

There are numerous suitable options to consider because everyone has their own special variations of a great morning routine. As an illustration, while some people swear they won't check their emails until after 9 or 10 AM, others do so immediately. In the mornings, some people focus on improving themselves, while others focus on growing their business.

There is no good nor bad in this place.

There is only right and wrong for YOU.

If you try something and it doesn't seem to be working for you, don't be afraid to try something else. Nobody is forcing you to do something just because you said you would. Instead, figure out why it feels strange and make adjustments until it stops. Sometimes even the best-laid plans need to be adjusted.

If you're still hesitant to get out of bed when it appears like the sun is still in bed, let me assure you that it's not always necessary to do so at four in the morning.

If that is the time you wish to wake up, it is acceptable. However, you are free to get out of bed whenever you want to begin your daily ritual.

Instead, focus on what Buffer co-founder and CEO Joel Gascoigne refers to as the two most undervalued yet essential components of a daily habit that lasts:

1) Make sure you get enough sleep...

2) Get up early (or whenever early is for you). Then, add in the activities that are best for you, based on your goals.

Instead of choosing activities that will drain your energy and dictate how your day will unfold, choose ones that will empower you and give you control over your day.

James Clear may have best encapsulated it when he stated his objectives as:

Instead of managing your time, manage your energy.

Or, to put it another way, use the energy you have in the morning to create little, enduring habits.

But keep in mind that until you act, nothing will change. Therefore, you must take action to get there if you want a better, more fulfilling, happier life that is filled with amazing victories.

And setting up a productive morning routine that works for you and your lifestyle can be the first step towards making that happen. Every action starts with a decision. Karen Lamb once remarked, "You'll wish you had started right now. A year from now."

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