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Here’s a reality check: the idea that there’s a set formula for the perfect morning routine is a myth.  If you’re seeking a magical series of steps to unlock success, you’re spending valuable thinking time on the wrong things. As someone who’s deeply entrenched in the world of business, I understand the allure of a structured morning regimen, but let’s talk about what setting yourself up daily for success really means

There is No One-Size-Fits-All 

First and foremost, let’s dispel the notion that there’s a secret universal morning routine that is eluding you. Look at any roster of accomplished individuals, and you’ll find a wide range of morning rituals. From my husband Brandon Dawson’s routine of diligently writing down his goals as soon as he wakes up to Elon Musk’s idea-generating shower sessions, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. Each person’s journey to success is unique, and what works for one may not work for another.

It’s A Double-Edged Sword

Placing too much emphasis on a rigid morning routine can create dependency. What happens when life throws you a curveball, and you can’t complete every step of your routine? Does it render your day unproductive? Absolutely not! Your ability to adapt and pivot in the face of challenges is what truly defines your success, not a checklist of morning tasks.

Embrace Your Peak Hours

Instead of fixating on crafting the quintessential morning routine, focus on embracing your unique rhythm. For some, that may mean diving headfirst into work at the crack of dawn, while for others, it could involve a slower, more deliberate start to the day. The key is to identify your peak productivity hours and capitalize on them.

Start with Intent

It is difficult for me to overstate the power of intent. Before you take action you have  thoughts, and before you even have a thought, you have an intent. Whatever it is you’re trying to accomplish, your time is best spent in getting in touch with – and gaining clarity on –  your intentions. Once you are committed and in tune with your intentions, it doesn’t really matter whether you rise at the crack of dawn or ease into the day at a more leisurely pace.  You will find that the important thing is to align with your purpose. Set aside time the night before to outline your top priorities for the following day. This practice will get you in touch with your intent and this will allow you to make the right decisions for how to start your day. 

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