The amount of time you spend in a morning routine is largely irrelevant.
Too many people have this notion that in order to have a morning routine that actually improves the quality of their life that they have to dedicate 2 hours to it. And those 2 hours need to be comprised of a full workout, extended meditation, and 1000 words into a journal.
Overwhelm is the quickest way to ruin any attempt at incorporating a morning routine into your day.
A morning routine that actually works is one that reduces stress, not contribute to it; and it’s one that actually gives you time back in your day (through increased productivity) rather than take time away from you.
Master Your Mindset with a Morning Routine has the potential to help give you back control, and to put you back into the driver’s seat of your own life.
And I’m not talking about “defensive driving” or reacting to what’s in front of you.
I’m talking about Mario Andretti style driving, rally race driving, and driving where you do a wheelie as you cross the finish line in first place!