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How to Create a Perfect Morning Routine For A More Successful and Productive Day

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Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. 1. Welcome To Your Class

      1:52
    • 2. 2. Making Your Morning Routine A Habit

      2:11
    • 3. 3. The Science of How Habits Work

      3:32
    • 4. 4. How To Develop A Morning Routine

      3:49
    • 5. 5. Tips to Making Waking Up Easier

      3:17
    • 6. 6. Basics of A Morning Routine

      2:16
    • 7. 7. Good Habits to Develop

      4:55
    • 8. 8. Other Ideas

      0:46
    • 9. 9. Class Project

      1:53
    • 10. 10. Sharing Your Project

      4:15
    • 11. 11. Keeping Motivated

      2:38
    • 12. 12. What Did You Learn?

      1:03
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What does your current morning routine look like? If you mornings looked like how mine used to, it probably looks like:

  • Waking up 30 minutes before work.
  • Rush out the door?
  • Hit the snooze button a few times.
  • Feeling as though you are starting your day stressed and behind.

What does your mindset look like? Do you wish:

  • You would have got more sleep?
  • You wish you were more productive and successful in life?
  • You wish you didn't have to go to a job you don't enjoy?

In this class, we are going to help change that for you. 

My name is Michael and I once walked in the same shoes as you. I felt unproductive, unaccomplished, and constantly felt as though I was always on somebody else's schedule. And, that's because I was. 

It wasn't until I started waking up earlier and created a morning routine that I began to feel more accomplished and actually make progress towards my goals. I was using my mornings to do what was most important in MY life as opposed to always being on somebody else's time. That's what a morning routine is meant to do -- it's meant to help you get some of your time back. 

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n this class you will learn how to create a morning routine that is going to benefit you, things to do with your mornings, the essentials of a morning routine, and positive habits to develop in the morning. My promise to you is that you'll be more energized, productive, and content - all before the start of your workday. 

Don't fall into the trap of constantly being on everybody else's schedules. Take control of your morning and take control of your life.

Learn how to wake up early every day and you will find yourself being far more productive and successful.

Meet Your Teacher

Friday, May 29, 2020

8:17 AM

Hey hey! I'm Michael. I'm from Minneapolis, Minnesota and I love all things creative. From a young age I have struggled with various mental illnesses and have since made it my mission to give back and inspire as many lives as I possibly can. I started a daily blog in May of 2018 and have been posting every day since then (800+ days).

One of the ways I was able to grow my blog was through ... See full profile

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1. 1. Welcome To Your Class: Everybody, welcome and to your class. My name is Michael banal. I am a 27-year-old who works for a university and I actually just started a master's program. So along with working a full time job, doing my master's, I am sort of trying to maintain a social life and all of the other hobbies that are important to me. And he should be the kind of individual who would wake up 30 minutes before work, throw on some clothes and immediately jump into the chaos. And it constantly felt as though I was always on somebody else's schedule instead of my own. I would get home from work and would just feel drained and tired and oh yeah. On accomplished in an effort to gain some control over my life, I started researching the benefits of waking up earlier and creating morning routines, and I decided to give it a try for myself. I wanted to start achieving a more of the goals that I wanted to achieve. And I knew that in order to do so, I had to start making time for what's most important for this class. It's not going to be a class that requires a certain skill set or really even a ton of effort for that matter. But the results are still going to be incredible. The best part about this class is that you can start implementing these tips that you're learning today immediately and with some determination, I promise that you will find yourself being far more productive, will accomplish more of your goals. And oddly enough, you will feel like you have more energy both physically and mentally throughout the day. In this course, we are going to cover how to make your morning routine a habit. Things that will help you stick to that habit, tips for waking up earlier. Things to do with their mornings, to set the rest of your day up for success. And the final step to making this morning routine and a habit is writing it down and surrounding yourself with it. 2. 2. Making Your Morning Routine A Habit: Before we get into it, it's important that we first know what a habit is. A habit is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. The American Journal of Psychology defines a habit from the standpoint of psychology as more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of mental experience. So essentially a habit is something that you can do without actively thinking about it. Biting your nails, waking up at a certain time, having the same meal on a certain day of the week, taking a certain way home from work, or in the same cup of coffee. All of these things are habits and you do them without thinking about any of the other possibilities because it just seems normal. So how did you get into the habit of waking up early? I'm not going to lie. The first few weeks are going to be a struggle like they're going to be many days where you just feel like repeatedly hitting the snooze button or just forgetting about your morning routine and going back to bed, it's OK, nobody is perfect. The best thing that you can do for yourself is to acknowledge that you missed a day and just be sure not to miss two days in a row. According to a study published in the European Journal of Social Psychology, missing any single day of a particular habit has no impact on your long-term ability to stick to that habit. So it doesn't matter when it occurs. Making a mistake and slipping up does not alter the long-term outcome. If you find a way to get back on track with that habit, of course, one mistake is just an outlier to mistakes is the beginning of a pattern. So it's important that we kill this pattern before it snowballs in it to something bigger. Which is one of the reasons why learning to get back on track as quickly as you possibly can is an essential skill for building good habits. So make it a habit. Never repeat any negative habits twice. Don't allow yourself to hit the snooze button two times in a row and don't allow yourself to sleep in two days in a row. And don't allow yourself to go to consecutive days without completing your morning routine. 3. 3. The Science of How Habits Work: Make your morning routine, your own number one priority, and stay committed to it as you possibly can. The process of building good habits can be divided into four simple steps, Q, craving, response and reward. Breaking it down into these fundamental parts can help us to understand what a habit is, how it works, and how to improve it. This four-step pattern is the backbone of every habit and your brain runs through these steps in the same order every single time. So first there is a queue. The queue triggers your brain at to initiate a certain behavior. It is a bit of the information that produces a reward. Our prehistoric ancestors, for example, we're paying attention to cues such as food, water, and sex. Today we spend most of our time learning cues that predict secondary rewards, like money, fame, power and status and approval, love and friendship, or a sense of personal satisfaction. Of course, these pursuits also indirectly improve our odds of survival and reproduction, which is the deeper motivator behind everything we do. So your mind is continuously analyzing your internal and external environment for hands of where rewards might be located. Because the queue is the first indication that we're close to a reward and naturally leads to a craving. Cravings are the second step of the habit loop, and they are the motivational force behind every habit without some level of motivation or desire, without craving a change, we simply have no reason to act. What you crave is not the habit itself, but the change in the state it delivers. You do not crave smoking a cigarette. You crave the feeling of relief that it provides. You're not motivated bribe brushing your teeth, but rather by feeling a cleaner mouth. You do not want to turn on the television. You want to be entertained. Every craving is linked to a desire to change an internal status. This is an important point that we will discuss in detail later. Cravings differ from person to person. In theory, any piece of information could it trigger a craving? But in practice, people are not motivated by the same cues. For example, you have a gambler, the sound of a slot machine and can trigger a potent trigger that sparks and intense wave of desire for someone who rarely gambles, you know, the jingles and times of vaccine OR just background noise to their ears. Cues are meaningless until they become interpreted. The thoughts, feelings, and emotions of the observer are what transformed a queue into a craving. The third step is the response. The response is the actual habit you perform, which can take the form of a thought or an action. Whether a response occurs depends on how motivated you are and how much friction is associated with the behavior. If a particular action requires more physical or mental effort than you are willing to expand, then you're probably not going to do it. Your response also depends on your ability. You know, it sounds simple, but a habit can occur only if you are capable of doing it. If you want to dunk a basketball but can't jump high enough to reach the hoop, then you're not going to dunk a basketball. You should just simply out of luck without one. Trust me, I've tried. Finally, the response delivers a reward. Rewards are the end goals of every habit. The queue is about noticing the reward. The craving is about wanting the reward. Responses about obtaining the reward. We chase rewards because they serve two purposes. One, they satisfy us, and two, they teach us and reinforce behavior in which we were trying to implement. 4. 4. How To Develop A Morning Routine: Over the years, a simple, powerful proven methodology has been determined for a new habit development. It is very much like a recipe for preparing a dish in the kitchen. You can use it to develop any habit that you desire. You know, over time you will find that it's easier to develop these habits and you're gonna be able to incorporate them into your personality. So what can you do? Well, first, make a decision side. Clearly, you are going to begin acting in a specific way 100% of the time whenever that behavior is required. For example, if you decide to arise early and exercise each and every single morning, set your alarm clock for a specific time and when the alarm goes off, immediately get up, put your clothes on and go out and get that exercise that you are wanting to second, Never allow an exception to your new habit pattern during the formative stages. So don't make the excuses or rationalizations, especially when you're starting to perform a new habit if you plan on waking up every single morning at 06:00 AM, but don't wake up every morning at 06:00 AM. Don't let yourself off the hook, you know, reinforce that behavior and tell that behavior becomes automatic. Third, tell others about the goals that you are going to begin and about the behaviors that you are trying to implement. It is amazing how much more disciplined and determined people are when they are actually sharing their goals with other people around them. You know, when you know that somebody is watching you, it is really just going to help motivate you and leave you feeling now much more determined to keep pushing forward even when you don't feel like it. So waking up at six AM, if you want to wake up at 06:00 AM, tell other people around you of your goals of waking up at 06:00 AM because then they're going to ask you about it and we hae letting people down. We don't care about letting down ourselves. We hate letting down other people. So it's going to help you to find the willpower to follow through on your resolution for visualize yourself performing a behavior in a particular way, in a particular situation, the more often you visualize and imagine yourself acting already as if you had something or have achieved this new behavior. Then new behavior is going to be accepted by your subconscious mind and then it becomes automatic, which is what we want for goal-setting. Fifth, create an affirmation that you can repeat to yourself over and over again. You know, this repetition dramatically increases the speed at which you develop these new behaviors and start turning these habits, or start turning these actions into a habit. For example, you can say something like, I get up and going every morning at 06:00 AM. Repeat these words. The last thing you do before you go to bed. And in most cases you will automatically wake up minutes before the alarm clock actually goes off. And soon, you're not going to need an alarm clock at all. That is just the power of affirmations. Six, resolve to persist in the new behavior until it is so automatic and easy that you feel uncomfortable when you do not do that decided behavior. So continue to persist. Really just challenge yourself every single day to wake up at six AM and tell it becomes automatic. Fill out your morning routine every single morning and tell it becomes automatic. It is going to make your life so much easier. Really, once you get to the point where it becomes uncomfortable, then, you know, you are winning seventh and most importantly, give yourself a reward for all of your hard work and efforts. You know, each time you reward yourself, you are reaffirming and reinforcing the behaviors in which you are trying to turn it into habits. Sunni began at to associate an unconscious level, of course, the pleasure with the reward and the behavior you set up your own force field of positive consequences that you unconsciously look forward to as a result of engaging in the behavior or habit that you have decided upon. 5. 5. Tips to Making Waking Up Easier: Next, let's talk about tips for waking up earlier. One, improve your bedtime routine. Now, here's the thing You may be sabotaging year mornings before you even know it. You know, you might be sabotaging your mornings the night before, doing things like drinking caffeine before bed can help me become restless and therefore, you're not getting a good night's sleep. And therefore the next morning is going to be all that much more of a struggle, you know, caffeine in the later part of the day and using devices right before bed are really going to reinforce like your mind is active and constantly going. And therefore, if you try to lay down, It's going to be incredibly difficult. So to avoid that before bed, avoid all of these things. The more you engage in these habits than they're gonna prevent you from falling asleep to improve your bedtime routine, try it, doing something relaxing before bed, such as reading or taking a warm bath. Avoid activities that have been shown to interfere with your circadian rhythm and cause sleep, sleeplessness. It's a tough word, including looking at screens like your laptop or phone, drinking caffeine within six hours of going to bed, napping, or spending too much time in bed during the day drinking alcohol before bed, you know, alcohol. Well, it makes you tired it to a certain level that can actually cause you to get less sleep while you are asleep and just doesn't rest you fully to move your alarm to avoid hitting the snooze button, you know, as tempting as that snooze button is. And getting just a few more minutes may be falling back asleep after waking up is sleep fragmentation. According to research, sleep fragmentation increases in daytime sleepiness and groundedness, decreases performance and makes you feel run down. If you're accustomed to hating the SUS been, do this simple trick and try moving your alarm away from your bed so that you have to get up to actually turn it off. This is something that I have done in my life and I gotta be honest, it makes waking up a heck of a lot easier because when you wake up and you don't have the SUS button next to you, you have to get out from under the warm covers. And then I don't know about you guys, but I sleep with a fan and a window cracked open so it just hits you with that brush like that cold air. And then as soon as you get out of bed and get hit with that cold air, it's just a little wake me up there. So tip for you guys. Move your alarm clock to the other side of your room somewhere where you're still going to be able to hear it. But somewhere where you have to get up out of bed to hit the snooze button number three and know your purpose for waking up early. This is something like, again, know why you want to wake up early. What is it that you ultimately want to accomplish or do you want to get a jump start on your day? You want to get more work done in the mornings before your kids get up. All of these different things. Know your purpose for waking up early because when you know your purpose and your motivation for waking up early, it is going to make waking up early that much easier for you. Number four, get the lights turned on. Studies have shown that exposure to a bright white light in the morning, it can increase alertness and this is exactly what we want. Sunlight is great. Simply open up your bedroom curtains, but even bright lights inside what work too. If you have to get up before the sun is actually up, have bright lights in your room. 6. 6. Basics of A Morning Routine: Now let's talk about the basics of a morning routine. The morning routine helps us to set the tone for the day better allowing themselves control over our schedules rather than our schedule controlling us. As we start each day fresh, we can better focus on what is in front of us, where to prioritize our time and ultimately increase our productivity. Productivity is not always about how much we are getting done, but it can also be referred to the level of quality and intention we are giving the tasks. Finishing the day with 10.5 completed tasks. Feels a lot different than completing six tasks and feeling proud of the quality of your work. You know, it's better to do nothing at all than to do something half asked when we are constantly reacting to additional tasks, a stressors, or the needs of others, we can find it very difficult to effectively prioritize and follow through. That's why a morning routine should consist of the most important tasks that are important to you, not those around you. It should help you make progress towards your goals and to help set your day up to be as successful and satisfying day ahead. You know, here's what my morning routine looks like. I wake up at 06:00 AM. I avoid hitting the snooze button at all costs. I get up, roll out of bed and immediately make my bed. Doing something as simple as making my bed really just helps me to track off my first accomplishment for the day. And it helps just to put me into that winning mindset at 605, I'll then brush my teeth. You can't forget about that dental hygiene. At 610, I will go downstairs or in the room across and workout. Working note is incredibly important and I like to prioritize my health personally. I also like exercising first thing in the morning because it's challenging. And it's one of those things that helps to put me into a winning mindset. Not only that, but just to be able to get it done and out of the way, I don't have to worry about the rest of the day. It's awesome. And as we all know, the longer we go throughout the day time and myself are going to work out, the less likely we are to actually do that. So at seven AM, I will get coffee at 720, i will reflect and plan my day at 730. I will use some positive affirmations at some 40, I will then log into work. 7. 7. Good Habits to Develop: So some good habits to develop it when it comes to helping you achieve a morning routine or setup a morning routine. Number one is visualize early hours, foster reflection, enjoy the quiet and take some time to map all your day. Close your eyes and think about your day ahead. What is it that you most want to accomplish thing through your goals and your to-dos. Take whatever notes you need to ensure your day is going to be calmer and more efficient. Research has shown that something as small as two minutes of visualization and positive thinking can improve your mood and clarity for the entire day ahead. Next up, I use, I like to use motivational mantras. So step one, dig deep and find out what your purpose is. Step to create a mantra. Step three, repeat the same s2 yourself every morning over and over again until it becomes automatic and tell you believe at full heartedly, an Intel eight gives you goosebumps. Step four, breathe and relax. You will feel more motivated and focused than ever before this mantra. Put it everywhere around you and really have it on your desk, hanging on your bathroom mirror everywhere, makes sure that you are surrounded by it. The more you surround yourself with your positive mantra, the more you're actually going to believe it, and the more you believe it, the greater impact it will have on your life. I promise you that get moving. Morning workouts not only give you a boost of energy, they pump you up in train that your senses are up and running. You feel ready to tackle any problem that comes your way throughout the course of the day, studies have shown that people are less likely to come up with excuses early in the morning. So with fewer interruptions, you now have no excuse not to set your alarm up 15 minutes early and sneak a quick jog or a five minute workout it. There's even an app called hot five fitness that features to easy and effective full body workouts. Next, journal and clear your mind. I used to wake up every single morning at 05:00 AM. I would drive 30 minutes to a coffee shop that was by my work and I would sit I would read for 30 minutes and then I would journal for 45 minutes. And it was a great way for me personally to just continue to expand my knowledge and to clear my head from the day before, my main purpose for that was trying to improve on the person I was, you know, and like I said, it it also gave me that outlet where I was able to express myself and really just release all of the emotions that had bottled up from the previous day. We all know that emotions carry over day to day. So it's important that if you don't exercise first thing in the morning, do something that is going to clear your mind from the day before, start fresh and really just let go of everything that happened previously. The next step is to never stop learning. If you don't feel like Harvey now, an hour to wake up early or an hour to read. Podcasts and audio books on your way to work are fantastic ways to gain knowledge. And the truth is everybody can expand their knowledge. Even the most successful individuals in the world wake up earlier just to prioritize themselves and increasing their knowledge before getting started with their day. You know, Tim Cook, for example, according to us today, he usually rises at 03:45 AM. Once he is up, he will go through reading like seven hundred, eight hundred emails he gets every single day. Next, cook hits the gym at about five o'clock. The CEO doesn't exercise on Apple's campus, however, he prefers the privacy of his own gym. Gotta be hard to be the CEO of Apple, but it would be nice to have your own gym. So he's pretty mom about most of his hobbies. But it's reported that he takes his fitness incredibly seriously and he attributes a lot of his access to Go figure his Apple Watch. Mark Wahlberg On the other hand, Mark Wahlberg routine is actually pretty insane and I have to pull it up here so I can show you guys. But he wakes up every single morning at 230 like who does that at 245 to 315. He'll have prayer time at 315 Hill, had breakfast from 34515. He will be working now at in his home gym 530. He will have a post workout meal six o'clock. He'll showers 70-30. Who golf at 08:00 AM. He will have a snack at 930, he will jump into one of those Cairo or whatever tanks where it like it's one of those cooling tanks that is supported, supposedly great for recovery. At 11, he'll have family time at one o'clock. He will have lunch at two, he will have some meetings at three, he will pick up his kids from school at four, he will spend more time with his kids at 530 Hill generally have dinner and then Mark Wahlberg goes to bed at 730 every single night. Like that is mind-blowing. If you go to bed at 730 and a wake-up by choice at 245, that just shows a tremendous amount of discipline. So if you are using the excuse that you don't have enough time to wake up early. Mark Wahlberg, who was one of the most famous actors in Hollywood. If he can find time to wake up early, and if he can find that determination, then so can you 8. 8. Other Ideas: So some other ideas. So really your morning routine should consist of what's going to benefit you the most and to what's going to help you achieve your goals. Maybe that means going outside and walking around the park, sitting in silence and reciting some positive affirmations. Or maybe it even means taking your dog on a walk, whatever you do, just make sure that your morning routine is purposeful and it benefits your life in ways that you have not previously experienced. You know, that's really what it's all about. If something wasn't working in the past, find new ways to add onto it sweated is going to benefit you. There are so many things that you can do with your morning routine in so many different ways to accomplish the goals that you want for yourself. So with that said, it's now time to take what you've learned and to put it into action. 9. 9. Class Project: In the resource section of the class, there is going to be a template. So what I want you to do with this is to come up with your ideal morning routine right down what time you want to wake up, what you want to be doing during your mornings and how much time you plan on devoting to each and every single task. Remember, this is what is supposed to benefit you and nobody else. So here is an example of what my morning routine looks like. I had to give it into focus there for you, but at six o'clock, wake up 615, I will run seven o'clock. I will get coffee. 720, I will recite affirmations 730. I will journal 740. I will plan the day ahead and at 745, I will log and sign into work. Now, notice how my hardest tasks are listed or right away in the morning. So you have running, you have journaling, planning, the dad, these are all things that many people do not like to do. But the reason I do them first thing in the morning is because they are the hardest things to accomplish. I know that if I wait and put them off throughout later on in the day, I'm probably not going to be likely to actually do them. I will get caught up in somebody else's schedule. I would get caught up with work, feel tired when I got off of work. We all know what that feels like. And I really just want to prioritize what's important to me because it helped me to chalk it off, helps them to ensure that I'm actually developing into a habit and it gets me closer to my goals, which is ultimately what a morning routine is supposed to do. The reason I like to keep track of the time and that I devoted each task is because I want to ensure that I am getting everything done in the morning that is meaningful for me. You know, all of these things are carefully thought out and things that are meaningful in my life. If I go one morning without doing one of them, it just doesn't feel right. And for me, I wanted to get into my day or my workday knowing that I've accomplished everything that I want in the morning. It's just gonna help to put me into a better state of mind as I'm going throughout my day. 10. 10. Sharing Your Project: So with this activity, what I want you guys to do is I want you to fill it out again and create your ideal morning routine and hanging out, you know, printed out, hanging up everywhere that surrounds you, whether it's your bathroom mirror, whether it is on your desk as everyone stand at home, whether it's by your nice n whatever that might be printed out and know your purpose for waking up every single morning at an earlier time. It's really just going to help you to stay down much more motivated to actually wake up earlier. Now, when it comes to this class, what I want you guys to do is I want you to upload what you filled out and I want you to put it in it to the class notes below. Share your ideas with other classmates, you know, let them know about their morning routine or maybe even some improvements that they can be making to save some time, whatever that might look like, share your idea and who knows, maybe you learn something new from a classmate as well that you didn't think about and want to include that into your morning routine. Or maybe you say that, hey, I like your idea. Here's what I'd like to do with my morning routine and really just sharing your feedback with other people. Help each other out and continue to build off of each other's ideas. So if you want a little bit more motivation to plan your day out the night before? No, not just your morning routine, but your entire day. Focus on that goal you have for yourself. And always reflect on, you know, focused on that goal that you have for yourself and always reflect on your why. Why are you wanting to wake up early? How is it going to improve your life? How is a morning routine going to positively impact your life? Focus on that. Why? Not every day is going to be perfect. You know, some days you are going to feel tired and you're gonna feel like you want to go back to bed it. That's fine. Acknowledged that feeling, but just ensure that you never miss two days of your morning routine in a row. Because again, once you missed two days, that's when you start reinforcing negative behaviors. And that's when it's only going to push you further away from the ultimate goal is that you have for yourself. So what did you learn? In this course? We talked about how to make your morning routine a habit. The science of how habits work. How to develop a habit, tips for making waking up easier. Basics of a morning routine, good habits to develop. And you've got to create your own. And you've got to create your own ideal morning routine. Now, I want to know what was your favorite part of the course? Was the one thing throughout this entire course that resonated with you the most that you think is going to help you to achieve the things that you want in the morning. What is the one thing that resonated with you most throughout this course that you think is going to benefit you the most. Wow. What is the one thing that resonated with you the most that you think is going to truly help you to accomplish your goal of waking up earlier. Let me know down in the class notes below. I hope you guys did find this class to be helpful, beneficial. I cannot tell you how much my life has changed since I have begun developing a morning routine for myself and implementing it into my daily life. We did find this class helpful. Please be sure to leave a rating and review. Again, I cannot wait to see all of you guys is morning routines in the class notes down below. I hope you have an amazing rest of your day set tomorrow up to be a successful one and take care. I'll talk to you guys in the next class. 11. 11. Keeping Motivated: So if you want a little bit more and motivation to plan your day out the night before? No, not just your morning routine, but your entire day, you know, focused on that goal that you have for yourself and always reflect on your why. Why are you wanting to wake up early? How is a morning routine going to positively impact your life? Focus on that. Why not every day is going to be perfect. You know, some days you're going to feel tired and you're gonna feel like you want to go back to bed. That's fine. Acknowledged that feeling, but just ensure that you never miss two days of your morning routine in a row. Because again, once you missed two days, that's when you start reinforcing negative behaviors. And that's when it's only going to push you further away from the ultimate goal is that you have for yourself. So what did you learn? In this course? We talked about how to make your morning routine a habit. The science of how habits work. How to develop a habit, tips for making waking up easier. Basics of a morning routine, good habits to develop. And you've got to create your own. And you got to create your own ideal morning routine. Now, I want to know what was your favorite part of the course. Was the one thing that throughout this entire course that resonated with you the most that you think is going to help you to achieve the things that you want in the morning. What is the one thing that resonated with you most throughout this course that you think is going to benefit you, the moused. Wow. What is the one thing that resonated with you the most that you think is going to truly help you to accomplish your goal of waking up earlier. Let me know down in the class notes below. I hope you guys did find this class to be helpful, beneficial. I cannot tell you how much my life has changed since I have begun developing a morning routine for myself and implementing it into my daily life. We defined this class helpful. Please be sure to leave a rating and review. Again, I cannot wait to see all of you guys this morning routines in the class notes down below. I hope you have an amazing rest of your day set tomorrow up to be a successful one and take care. I'll talk to you guys in the next class. 12. 12. What Did You Learn?: So what did you learn in this course? We talked about how to make your morning routine a habit. The science of how habits work, how to develop a habit, tips for making waking up easier. Basics of a morning routine, good habits to develop, and you got to create your own ideal morning routine. Now, I want to know what was your favorite part of the course? What is the one thing that resonated with you the most that you think is going to truly help you to accomplish your goal of waking up earlier. Let me know down in the class notes below. I hope you guys did find this class to be helpful, beneficial. I cannot tell you how much my life has changed since I have begun developing a morning routine from myself and implementing it into my daily life. We defined this class helpful. Please be sure to leave a rating and review. Again, I cannot wait to see all of you guys this morning routines in the class notes down below, I hope you have an amazing rest of your day set tomorrow up to be a successful one and take care. I'll talk to you guys in the next class.