"While each of their approaches differs, these successful women all view their daily routines in small increments to keep them on track and thriving. Whether it's the designer, the doctor, the CFO, or the media mogul, their morning rituals are a vital ingredient in their secret sauce." - Forbes
Potentially, you've heard a few people mention the benefits of a morning routine. There is Hal Elrod, motivational speaker, who recently wrote a book all about creating successful morning routines (the book is called the Miracle Morning and here's a link to it). There's entrepreneur Pat Flynn who is not a morning person, but loves his knew super-focused morning routine. And then we have these 12 very successful women who all consider their morning routines to be an integral piece of their success.
But, why are these morning routines so popular right now? What's the deal?
The benefits of morning routines seem to be numerous, ranging from losing weight, better sleep, more productivity, less stress, and increased focus.
But in between all of these great benefits, I think we sometimes miss the best one of all.