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With your new morning game plan figured out, it’s time to not only put it into action, but make it your new morning routine.Before something becomes a habit or a routine, it takes a lot of willpower to make things happen. That’s energy that you will need for other things throughout your morning and busy rest of the day. Yes, it will take some willpower, mental energy, and drive at first to create the new morning habits, but once they are set, it will become automatic like brushing your teeth before bed.

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Why is this important?

Because you want to make sure your new plan happens every morning without fail and turning it into a routine is the best way to make sure that happens.

Before something becomes a habit or a routine, it takes a lot of willpower to make things happen. That’s energy that you will need for other things throughout your morning and busy rest of the day.

Yes, it will take some willpower, mental energy, and drive at first to create the new morning habits, but once they are set, it will become automatic like brushing your teeth before bed.

Stick To It For a Few Weeks

Once you come up with a good working morning routine, stick to it for a few weeks. That’s the best way to turn it into a strong habit. Before long, it will feel like the new normal and you no longer have to remind yourself to do each thing along the way. It will have become a habit and a routine you’ll follow automatically.

It will take a lot less effort and mental pep-talk to get things done… even if your new routine includes a 30 minute run, or getting up at the crack of dawn to work on your most important business task for an hour.

Don't Backslide

Watch out for moments when you slip back into your old habits and routines. It’s going to happen. The key is to catch it early and get back on track as quickly as possible.

For example, let’s say you’ve been doing well with waking up 30 minutes earlier and going for a run before you start your day. Then one day you oversleep and can’t make it out there. Or the weather turns too bad, you get sick or hurt, or something else pops up that keeps you from going on that run. That’s life. It happens. What’s important is what you decide to do the next morning.

Always Get Back on Track

Your most important job whenever life gets in the way of your new morning routine is to get back on track as quickly as possible. Do what you can as soon as you notice the disruption.

If the weather is bad, do a quick workout at home, or head to the gym to run on the treadmill.

If you overslept, try to squeeze in a few minutes of meditation or doing something to grow your business before you get back to the rest of your day.

Most importantly get back on track with your regular morning routine as soon as possible. Get back into your new habits the next morning if at all possible. Actively remind yourself to get back on track for a few days until the routine is firmly back in place.

You’ll be glad you did when you start to see the results you’ve been hoping for.

Check out my morning routines:

Make Over Your Mornings Day 1 & 2

Make Over Your Mornings Challenge – Day 3

Make Over Your Mornings Challenge – Day 4

Make Over Your Mornings – Is It Really Possible for a Night Owl Like Me?

Make Over Your Mornings – How To Prioritize Your To Do List Correctly

The Homeschooling Secret Weapon – A Morning Routine

Top 3 Reasons to Implement a Homeschool Morning Routine


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