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What's your daily routine?

PureA

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Hey high performers!

I know we are always looking for ways to do things more efficiently, so I am very interested to know how you guys structure your day? I know this can differ a lot day to day, but maybe we could learn a few new things!

What's your secret sauce? Is it coffee? tea? bulletproof? meditation? IF? keto? vegan?

6:00 - Wake
6:05 - Shower, teeth, get dressed, make tea, get water.
6:30 - Meditation & gratitude journal
7:00 - Go to office
12:00 - Lift weights
1:30 - Back to office
5:00 - Head home
5:30 - Eat
Wind down for the day, audiobook listening/walk/socialise.
10:00 - Bed

This goes to plan probably 65% of the time... (WIP)

Let's hear it! How do you structure your day?
 

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Hey high performers!

I know we are always looking for ways to do things more efficiently, so I am very interested to know how you guys structure your day? I know this can differ a lot day to day, but maybe we could learn a few new things!

What's your secret sauce? Is it coffee? tea? bulletproof? meditation? IF? keto? vegan?

6:00 - Wake
6:05 - Shower, teeth, get dressed, make tea, get water.
6:30 - Meditation & gratitude journal
7:00 - Go to office
12:00 - Lift weights
1:30 - Back to office
5:00 - Head home
5:30 - Eat
Wind down for the day, audiobook listening/walk/socialise.
10:00 - Bed

This goes to plan probably 65% of the time... (WIP)

Let's hear it! How do you structure your day?
Great post!

As soon as I wake up (4:30-4:45 am), I thank God for the blessings in my life, then have a “Miracle Morning”, followed up by planning out my day with the My Fastlane Daily planner. I then hop on the forum for 10-15 minutes.

I then drink a glass of water with apple cider vinegar and put Stur in it to give it flavor

By that time, my 2 year old boy is waking up and we have what I call a “B4 Morning” - Books, Baseball, Basketball and Breakfast before doing anything else

Typically workout 3 days week and listen to a success hypnosis while I’m working out, cooking, running errands, etc

I take a cold shower every time after the gym. I don’t drink coffee, don’t drink alcohol and don’t waste time looking at the dirty tube

Just recently started emailing myself my to-dos right before I fall asleep so I can be more productive

The Miracle Morning is key (and recommend on here)
 
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SolopreneurGrind

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Solid thread idea here! My routine Mon-Fri:

7am wakeup
10 minute stretch
10 minute meditation
20 minute workout (at home)
Brush teeth
Either bulletproof coffee or breakfast or both
Daily vlog/email

Get to work

At night:

930 laptop/phone away
10 minute meditation
40min non-fiction reading
Brush teeth
15min fiction reading
Lights out by 11pm
 

rwhyan

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I don't consider myself a high-performer, yet

But here's my routine:

4:30 — wakeup
5:00-6:00 — lift
6:00-7:00 — walk/run home, shower
7:00-7:30 — food
7:30-9:00 — work
9:00-13:00 — classes
13:00-13:20 — food
13:20-17:00 — school work
17:00-17:30 — food
17:30-19:30 — work
19:30-20:00 — get ready to sleep
20:00-20:15 — read
20:15-4:30 — sleep (solid 8 to 8.5 hours)

As you can see, I only spend ~3.5 hours working on my business.

Some days I can put in more hours depending on my classes, but I feel like I'm moving so slowly partly because of this.

So...I'm working on speeding up parts of my day. Eating takes a long time and so does commuting from place to place.

And classes and schoolwork, but that is another situation altogether...
 

Adelaide

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I love these discussions! I'm a firm believer that how you approach your day makes a massive difference to what you achieve in your life.

I'm currently in the process of creating my new routine - as I literally have NO CONSTRAINTS over how I structure my day. (I work/study online, go to a 24/7 gym.. don't have kids..).

This sounds amazing - however I have found it MUCH harder to have a kickass routine when you have NO constraints on your time. I found that when I worked 9-5 for someone else, I packed so much into my 'off time'. My routine was awesome! When I left that job it became difficult. The discipline to keep a now-arbitrary routine is TOUGH.

I can say this with absolute confidence. When I get up at 5am, I achieve more. No matter what else happens in my life. I recognise this isn't the same for everyone - but it is the reoccurring pattern my last 15 years.
 

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