A good morning, and thus a good day, aren’t just experiences that magically happen—they are created consciously.
Most of us—of all ages and backgrounds—are incredibly distracted from the start every morning, and therefore stumble through each day with diminished intention and lots of unnecessary frustration.
We forget that the morning hours leading up to mid-day are enormously important—that these hours form the foundation of the entire day.
We forget that how we choose to spend these hours on a daily basis can be used to predict the kind of days we’re going to have, and ultimately the kind of lives we’re going to live.
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