How to Experience Miracle Morning?

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Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become!

— Jim Rohn

There are various reasons that can drive you to become the best version of yourself. For me, it’s always the feeling & respect that I get for being a skilled & top expert in the technology/work I do (yeah, maybe you can guess).

To become the best version of yourself, I believe in utilizing morning time. There are various books out there like 5 am Club by Robin Sharma, Atomic Habits by James Clear etc., that cover topics on how to build a system for yourself to keep your daily routines.

You know, even Satya Nadella loves to wake up in the morning 🙂

Presently, I am listening audio version of Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod in audible. Here is the 5-step process shared by the author regarding how to build a Miracle Morning routine –

  1. Note down your goals for the next day before your sleep. It’s the power of these goals that pull you out of bed.
  2. Keep your Opportunity Clock (some people call it ALARM clock) away from your bed so that you don’t snooze it while in a sleepy state. You don’t want to miss all the miracles of the morning.
  3. When you come out of bed to connect with your Opportunity Clock, go straight to brush your teeth & wash your face with cold water.
  4. Hydrate your body by drinking 1-2 glasses of water.
  5. Finally put on your routine apparel according to your exercise routine. I am a jogger, so I go straight for running shoes & headphones since I listen to audiobooks while I walk/jog.

Most of these tips I got from my mentors long back, and have been following same for a long time now. If you are interested in joining me in jogging/walking/running & contribute to charity free of cost, you are welcome to join my Impact Group.

PRO TIP -> Once you are back, it’s better to do something related to learning. I prefer to watch Brent Ozar training sessions.

So I hope this would be helpful to anyone trying to build a routine 🙂

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