Why entrepreneur Rajan Singh believes in a daily routine

Entrepreneurship is a demanding profession. An entrepreneur doesn't just have to manage crises on an everyday basis, but life also becomes a daily grind. This is why Rajan Singh, Founder of HabitStrong, believes a solid morning routine helps when the going got tough.
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Entrepreneurship is a demanding profession. An entrepreneur doesn't just have to manage crises on an everyday basis, but life also becomes a daily grind. This is why Rajan Singh, Founder of HabitStrong, believes a solid morning routine helps when the going got tough.

“I discovered that even in the toughest of moments when I had to pull myself up and find that energy to push through when everything was falling apart, an early morning routine of regular workout and meditation changed everything when done consistently and methodically,” Rajan shared in a conversation with Siddhartha Ahluwalia, Founder and Host of 100x Entrepreneur podcast.

It struck him that building great habits also helps develop resilience, and that's why he built build HabitStrong, a Trivandrum-based startup that provides live online programmes to build strong habits and morning routines. 

The startup conducts online live sessions focused on building habits including waking up at 5 am, digital deaddiction, and focus building, among others.


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