Coffee? Exercise? Breakfast? What builds your self-confidence and self-esteem? We all have to start the day somewhere, and some of the most successful people in our history have left examples we can all benefit from.
Given the fact that science says that willpower is strongest in the morning, it only makes sense that we use the first part of our workday to do something that builds our self-confidence and self-esteem. It might be a good time to approach a task that takes a lot of focus, will, and determination to accomplish. But what routine will help you get ready for that?
Steve Jobs liked to start his day by looking in the mirror asking himself, “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” Margaret Thatcher used to make time to listen to “Farming Today,” a popular program on BBC Radio about food, farming, and the countryside. And Anna Wintour has a daily ritual of playing tennis, and starts each day at 5:45 a.m. with an hour-long tennis match.
What would be your most empowering morning routine?
Read more about the 10 morning rituals of successful people at Fast Company.
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