How To Get Motivated And Be Productive In The Morning

Early morning sunriseImagine waking up feeling excited about the day; you feel motivated and energetic to begin working on your dreams. You exercise, you plan for your day, you work on your most important task first, you get results, and you feel passionate about what you do. How is that for a great morning?

Morning is the most important time of the day because if you set things right, everything will go smooth and follow according to plan.

Sadly, most people only imagine going through a great morning and a great day, in reality, they always rush, skip their breakfast, get stuck in the jam and are always feeling tired with no energy when they reach their office (or begin the day).

8 Awesome Productivity Tools You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Amber Stanley - motivational and productivity writerFor busy professionals, there never seems to be enough time during the day to complete every task given at work. A lot of things are happening at once that you need to practice multitasking to finish up everything.

Juggling multiple tasks such as projects, campaigns and writing proposals all at the same time is a serious business. Not everyone was given superpowers to handle daily grind but you can use effectual gadgets or system to manage your time well.

To help you out in catching up with your work demands, here are more realistic and cost-effective alternative tools that will make you work smarter and happier.

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Cort DaviesIf you are like me your brain is always on, whether it’s thinking about your job, coming up with new business ideas, getting excited for vacation, your relationship, your mortgage, and on and on and on. You may notice that some mornings you are on fire with motivation and others you are groggy and slow. What gives?

It’s totally frustrating but it could be something so small that you did the day before that can mean the difference between having a productive day and having one that is unproductive, slow, and boring.

Productivity and Attitude By Zig Ziglar

Zig Ziglar motivational speaker and authorI’m the only one who does anything around here! Several years ago I was on a late-night television show in New York City. For some strange reason, they wanted me in the studio that afternoon at 4:30.

I walked in and was stunned by the small size of the reception area. It contained a couch for three, a chair for one and a sink, refrigerator and coffee maker.

As I sat down a woman walked in, shook her head and said, “Nobody makes any coffee except me!” She got busy and started a fresh pot of coffee.