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6 Morning Habits of Successful People


Have you ever wondered what separates the world's most accomplished individuals from the rest? It's how they utilize their mornings.


Look at these statistics:


92% of highly successful people have a solid morning routine.

88% of wealthy people dedicate at least 30 minutes daily to reading.

63% of successful people set an alarm at night and wake up early.


It is said that if we sleep with an intention before going to bed around things we need to work upon in the morning, it becomes really easy to wake up. This way we program our subconscious to get prepared for early morning tasks.


This is why I made this video. To give you a defined to-do list that will propel you to wake up one just one hour before your usual wake up time. Imagine starting your day with a routine so powerful that it pushes you toward success, step by step.


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This method is coming straight from the book “the miracle morning” by Hal Elrod. Released in 2012, this book has captivated millions of readers with its amazing approach to increasing personal development and success through routine morning habits.


This method is called the SAVERS method and it encompasses Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading, and Scribing.


6 Habits

So, without any further ado, let's see what these habits are, why we need them, and how we can accomplish them.


1: Silence (S) through Meditation and Reflection

The first habit, Silence, involves practices like meditation and reflection. It's about creating a moment of stillness in the morning rush.


Starting your day with silence allows you to clear your mind, reduce stress, and increase focus. It provides the mental space needed for productivity.


A study published in the Journal of Cognitive Enhancement found that regular meditation enhances focus, cognitive flexibility, and overall well-being.


2: Affirmations (A) through Positive Self-Talk:

Affirmations involve positive self-talk. It's about using powerful statements to boost your self-confidence and mindset.


They can help you overcome self-doubt, reduce anxiety, and cultivate a positive outlook.


Research from the University of Pennsylvania showed that positive self-talk, like affirmations, can reduce stress and improve performance under pressure.


Create a list of affirmations that resonate with you. Repeat them aloud or in your mind each morning. Believe in the words you say, and watch your confidence soar.


Example, I am proud of myself. I talk to my children with kindness. I control my anger.

3: Visualization (V) through Goal Clarity:

Visualization involves imagining your goals and success in vivid detail. It's about mentally rehearsing your achievements.


Visualization enhances goal clarity and increases your motivation to pursue them. It activates your brain's reward centers, making your goals seem more attainable.


Research conducted at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation revealed that mental imagery can activate the same brain regions as actual experiences.


Each morning, take a few minutes to close your eyes and visualize your goals as if you've already achieved them. Feel the emotions associated with success.


4: Exercise (E) through Physical Vitality:

Exercise involves physical activity in the morning. It's about getting your body moving and energized.


Morning exercise boosts your mood, increases alertness, and enhances cognitive function. It jumpstarts your metabolism and sets a positive tone for the day.


A study from the British Journal of Sports Medicine demonstrated that morning exercise can boost mood and cognitive function throughout the day.


Choose an exercise routine that suits you – it could be a brisk walk, yoga, or a quick workout. Aim for at least 10 minutes of activity each morning to reap the benefits.


5: Reading (R) through Continuous Learning:

Reading involves engaging with written material in the morning. Reading enhances your cognitive abilities, reduces stress, and promotes mental stimulation.


Research from the University of Sussex found that reading for just six minutes can reduce stress levels by up to 68%. Reading is like an exercise of the brain.


Set aside time to read something inspiring or educational each morning. It could be a book, an article, or even a motivational quote.


6: Scribing (S) through Journaling for Clarity:

Scribing involves journaling or writing in the morning. It's about putting your thoughts on paper.


Journaling allows you to clarify your thoughts, express gratitude, and process emotions. It's a powerful tool for self-awareness and emotional well-being.


Research published in the journal Advances in Psychiatric Treatment highlights the benefits of journaling in reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety.


Grab a journal or notebook and jot down your thoughts, goals, or things you're grateful for. Spend a few minutes each morning reflecting on your feelings and intentions.


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There you have it, the 6 morning habits of incredibly successful individuals. Remember, adopting these habits might not happen overnight, but consistency is key.


As Benjamin Franklin famously said, “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.”


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