I love the mornings. Each new day brings new opportunities. How you start your day, or more specifically how you spend those first few morning hours has a big impact on the rest of it.
Think of it as setting the tone for your entire day. That’s why making over your morning is so important. It’s about much more than those first few hours.
Mornings are busy and they can be quiet chaotic. If you have a young family and plenty of people to get ready and out the door, you know this first hand.
Do you want that to be rushed, frantic, and feeling like you’re constantly running and trying to catch up? Or do you want it to be calm, collected, productive, and with a feeling that you’re in control?
Before something becomes a habit or a routine, it takes a lot of willpower to things happen. Yes, it will take some willpower, mental energy, and drive at first to create the new morning habits, but once they are set, it will become automatic.