10 Morning habits to achieve Success in Life

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According to a new research, incorporating healthy habits such as waking up early in the morning can help you in living a more productive and functional life. Based on statistics, early birds are happier and healthy when compared to night owls. But does that entails some morning protocols too?

Of course, morning habits have a profound effect on these major aspects. Based on the recommendations of renowned scientists and investigators, we have some spectacular tips for success in life.

What are some healthy morning habits for a great life?
Mornings are perceived differently by everyone, depending upon the personal character. For example, it is said about Winston Churchill that he used to stay in bed till 11AM after waking up at 7.30AM in the morning. He used to utilize this time for breakfast, reading newspaper and for setting up the schedule regarding how to spend the rest of the day.

The editor of Vogue, Anne Wintour has a routine of an hour of tennis before 6.45.a.m.

Here are ten different morning habits belonging to happy and successful people. Choose your way and lead your life happily.

1. Successful People wake-up feeling grateful:
When they wake-up, they are always thankful for their life, and for another wonderful day of life. Whenever they feel negative about life they remind themselves of all the good things around and how can they work productively to shift the balance.
According to a research, people who show gratefulness towards the life gets less anxious, annoyed, depressed and lonely.

2. They never skip breakfast:

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Healthcare providers consider breakfast as the most important meal of the day as it provides the best of nutrients and energy to carry out the daily activities. It’s a good idea to plan for a nice breakfast a night before so that you get some things ready to avoid a hectic morning.

3. They never forget the spiritual connection:
“The morning wind spreads its fresh smell. We must get up and take that in, that wind that lets us live. Breathe, before it’s gone.” –Sufi, 13th century poet.

They definitely give some time to mind relaxing tasks like yoga, prayer, meditation etc. These are great ways of connecting between the reality and savoring these valuable moments before getting to work.

4. They get exercise before they start work:

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Some people walk or ride a cycle to work which is much beneficial while others workout early in the morning like President Obama starts his workout at 6.45.a.m. Pre-breakfast exercise can be very good for the health but may not suit everyone.
“I ride my bike to work because it creates a stress-free time. I get my best ideas on my bike” – Tania Burke, President of Trek Travel

5. They plan their good deeds:
The Journal of Happiness Studies undoubtedly explains that happy people become even happier when they help out other people and some more studies show that happy and kind people live much longer. As Steve Wynn says, “Money doesn’t make people happy. People make people happy.”

6. They rarely ruminate about past:
Happy people have one thing that they don’t keep crying over the past. They know well that the life is about living today to its fullest and not nagging about the past.

7. They make happiness a habit:
40% of the daily tasks being performed are out of our habits and happy people mostly have a routine of expressing joy, relaxation, happiness and thankfulness and it always works for them particularly in the morning.

8. They reject the morning distractions:
They avoid distractions like news, emails, and messages etc. to keep their mornings relaxed and peaceful. This also helps them to complete their tasks within the deadlines and fulfill their tasks in a better way.

9. They have daily goals:

Happy people always know what their goals are. They always try to complete difficult tasks earlier as they have priorities set for their goals. Completing difficult tasks increases happiness and reduces negativity, found by Richard Davidson, a neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin.

10. They have taken out a happiness prescription:
They are always intended to spread happiness to the people they meet and that’s what makes them even much happier.

“The happy people are failures because they are on such good terms with themselves they don’t give a damn.” – Agatha Christie

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