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What the Most Successful People do Before Breakfast by Rhonda Byrne

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Summary
  1. A practical guide into how you can tame your mornings and set yourself up for a productive day, all without losing your sanity
Key Takeaways
  1. In order to get the most out of your mornings:
    1. Track your time
    2. Picture/create the perfect morning
      1. Exercise, painting, good breakfast, meditation, prayer, sketching, practice a skill you want to acquire, work on a project that’s always being pushed back, playing with kids, studying, etc.
        1. Think of things you will literally want to jump out of bed for
    3. Think through the logistics
      1. Where can you save time, outsource, partner up, etc.
      2. Pretend you had all the money and time in the world, how would it look
    4. Build the habit
      1. First steps require the most willpower, once you turn it into a habit though you won’t even have to think about it
      2. Choose one habit at a time to incorporate
      3. Chart your progress
      4. Do things that put you in a good frame of mind – what you’re grateful for, appreciation e-mail, etc.
    5. Tune up as necessary
What I got out of it
  1. A very quick and good read. Vanderkam details how and why to make mornings the most productive part of your day.