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Munira Rangwala
16th Oct 2017
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Do you always find yourself rushing to work? Do you often skip breakfast or forget things at home because you've woken up late? If the answer is yes, you need to stop for a minute or two and read this article.

As a working individual, you'll often find that time is a scarce resource. It is for this reason that you need to utilize the 24 hours in a day to the fullest. One of the most crucial parts of your day is when you wake up. Depending upon your morning routine, you set yourself up for a day of success or failure.

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According to experts, here's an established morning routine that is bound to bring you success:

Step 1 - Wake up when your alarm goes off

If you have to report at work at 10 AM, you can't expect to get out of bed at 9 AM and go for a morning run, have breakfast, and take a shower, all within an hour's time. The secret behind a well-spent morning is to wake up early. You don't need to set your alarm for 5 AM. But it won't kill you to wake up at 7 AM to accomplish all your tasks in peace. Also, forget that something known as a snooze button exists. Wake up when your alarm goes off and don't laze in bed and scroll through social media.

Step 2 - Go for a run or hit the gym

Carve out time to energize your body as soon as you wake up. Your run doesn't have to last longer than half an hour or 45 minutes. If you're not a runner, hit the gym or do some yoga. You'll be amazed at how positive you feel when you start your day with a refreshing activity. We carry a lot of stress in our body owing to long working hours, and therefore we owe it to ourselves to remove time in the morning to focus on nothing else apart from our mental and physical well-being.

Step 3 - Eat a healthy breakfast

As you're probably already aware, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. An astounding number of people eat very little or eat nothing at all in the morning. If you skip breakfast because you're always running late, you need to set aside 20 minutes in your morning routine just to grab a bite. Breakfast provides your body and brain with fuel to help you focus better and increase your productivity.

Step 4 - Take a shower

Don't settle for dry shampoos and deodorants to get you through the day. Opt for the traditional shower instead. When you have a bath complete with soap and water, you not only feel cleaner, but you also get rid of any remnants of sleep that might be remaining.

If you follow the above-mentioned routine daily, you'll be a lot more effective at work. Efficiency equals to productivity, and thus you'll save a lot of extra hours which you would otherwise spend trying to make up for lost focus.

Read Also: What you can learn from the morning routines of these 3 successful women

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