Optimize Your Morning Routine, Part 3: Daily Planning and Solitude

By Alex Charfen in Huffington Postscreen-shot-2016-10-06-at-1-24-05-pm

Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared several elements of my morning routine including hyperhydration, hypernutrition, oxygenation and movement (the power of morning walks).

But that’s just the physiological half of my process. I do these things so that my body can function at the highest level every day. The second part of my routine has to do with the tactics of living my life with intention.

I call this time Daily Planning and Solitude.

As entrepreneurs, we’re eager to get the ball rolling and many of us find it hard to sit still long enough to devote time to planning.

But I’ve developed a way to organize and prioritize what I need to do each morning so that I can be as effective as possible during the day. And I’ve refined my process to the point where it only takes me about 20 minutes.

This has become one of the most important and useful parts of my life. And when I teach this process at my live training events, many attendees tell me that it’s their most transformational takeaway.

My process is relatively simple, and I’ve outlined it below (continue reading).

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Date: September 28, 2016
Appearance: Optimize Your Morning Routine, Part 3: Daily Planning and Solitude
Outlet: Huffington Post
Format: Newspaper