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  • Five Quick Morning Habits to Feel Amazingnow, I'm going to shoot this straight,

  • I invented none of this; I stole it.

  • This is a frankenstein from other people because

  • I get tired of feeling groggy and wasting the first few hours of my day

  • so I looked to the people I respected.

  • And what I noticed was whether it was my partners in crime in equity

  • the ones I really likedTony Robbins, Tim Ferris, and the people I've learned from

  • as I build this Charisma on Command business is

  • the people that are successful have a morning routine.

  • And they have something that guarantees that they

  • start the day feeling amazing and being productive.

  • Now, a good morning routine is a routine you will actually do.

  • I've made a mistake in the past of creating hour-long routines that I thought

  • would make me the perfect human and they're so daunting that I never did them.

  • So this morning routine is made to wake up your body, wake up your mind,

  • make sure you have a productive day, and make sure that you feel good but it's

  • also specifically quick and manageable so you can actually fit it into a normal life.

  • And one quick thing that I think would be helpful is there's an app called HabitBull.

  • We're not affiliated and it's not a sponsor; it's just what I use and it's free,

  • and I think it will really help you stick to your morning routine.

  • So the first thing I do as part of my morning routine is amazingly simple

  • once I brush my teeth, I drink a big glass of water and a glass of green tea.

  • And that's because I learned while I was cutting weight for MMA,

  • we lose a shocking amount of water while we're asleep.

  • And all the health gurus and all personal gurus will tell you all these apps

  • and supplements and this and that but if they're any good, they will also tell you

  • that keeping healthy and having energy is just being hydrated

  • so I start with a glass of water; the reason I give you the green tea is because

  • of two booksAnticancer and The Blue Zones.

  • Both of those books make a really compelling argument for daily green tea

  • as a way to reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease.

  • The next thing that I would suggest that you do is taken from a US Navy admiral.

  • And this is from a speech he gave on the top ten things he learned

  • while he's training to be a Navy SEAL and it's super simplemake your bed.

  • And it's funny because Jordan Peterson has recently been on a big make-your-bed kick as well but

  • the admiral lays out several reasons why you should do this

  • and I'll link to the full video in the description for you to check that out.

  • But the one that resonated with me, and it convinced me that it's worth doing,

  • was that it starts your day on a win.

  • So immediately, you're up, you brush your teeth, drink water, drink green tea,

  • and make your bed, you're in a productive state and you have momentum

  • and life is all about momentum.

  • If you start to be unproductive, it's really hard to snap out of it.

  • If you start being productive, it's easy to have a really productive day.

  • Now, the next thing I do is I spend four minutes waking up my body.

  • And my method of choice for this is I go outside and I jump rope in the sun.

  • And there's lots of health benefits to this;

  • the sunlight gives you vitamin D which a lot of people are deficient in.

  • It also resets your circulating rhythm so it wakes you up without needing

  • that coffee to give you the high and the crash; jumping ropes starts your

  • metabolism going and it starts to burn your fat since you're fasting.

  • That's not why I do it though.

  • The reason I do it is because it gives me tons of energy and it's fun.

  • Now, I used to do it for those health reasons and I would do it poorly in my opinion

  • because I go outside and I would jump rope for ten minutes as hard as I could.

  • And it would drain me for the rest of the day; I'd be so tired and fatigued

  • and it's not the point of a morning routine so luckily, a couple of years ago,

  • I became friends with these YouTubers, the Jump Rope Dudes, and they showed

  • me how to jump rope in a way that is fun.

  • So now I put just one songit's two to three minutesand I make sure that

  • it's a song that makes me happy so it could be Blur or it could be

  • Johnny B. Goode or it could be Red Hot Chili Peppers but it's something that, for me,

  • gets me in a good mood and then I just jump rope for two to three minutes.

  • And if you watch their videos, they'll teach you a couple of tricks like the

  • Double Under or the Cross Over; it becomes really fun.

  • It's like jump rope dancing and it's a great start to a morning.

  • So I do that for two to three minutes and then I'll put it down

  • way before I'm fatigued; I'll actually feel more energized like I could keep going.

  • Then I'll pick another song two to three minutes and I'll stretch

  • and this isn't a whole long stretch like yoga; it's literally just

  • quick dynamic movements like rolling your arms forward, rolling your neck around,

  • and lifting your knee to your chest but it's just about getting all the kinks out

  • from having laying in bed for eight hours and getting your body mobile.

  • And I guarantee that in those four minutes, you will go from groggy, low-energy,

  • and tight to smiling, having fun, high-energy, and feeling loose.

  • Now, the next thing in your morning routine is the longest part

  • and it's the part that some of you will find the most difficult and that is meditating.

  • But luckily, the Headspace app is here to save the day.

  • And again, no affiliation and we get no money from this but it's just an app that

  • I use and I think is helpful so I recommend it to you and it's a ten-minute guided

  • meditations; right now, I'm personally digging the happiness and gratitude track.

  • You just sit down, listen to what they say, and ten minutes later, you're done and you've meditated.

  • And if you want a meditation that's totally free, just YouTube Vishen Lakhiani's

  • Six Phase Guided Meditation; it is probably the most powerful meditation I've done.

  • The first time my sister did it, it legitimately made her cry because she realized

  • that she didn't like her job; she quit, went to Africa, dug wells

  • for a couple of months, and now has an amazing new job and it absolutely

  • attributed to these meditations so it's definltey worth checking out.

  • A meditation has a ton of scientifically-proven benefits; it reduces stress,

  • anxiety, and depression, it increases your mood and your focus.

  • It's not why I meditate. I personally like meditation for two reasons

  • one, it makes you aware of your own thoughts.

  • So if you've ever been in a position where you're going to a social event

  • for instance and you start to get nervous and freeze up even though you want

  • to talk to people, if you meditate, you start to see that happening and you notice

  • that thought in your mind and then you can release it and then move on without it.

  • Another thing I really enjoy about it is it just makes you present

  • and I know that sounds cliche but for a lot of us, you run around feeling anxious

  • that you have to do a lot throughout your day or that there's this thing

  • in the future you can't do anything about but you're going to worry about,

  • and meditation really just helps ground you in the present moment

  • which will make your day way more enjoyable.

  • We're almost done, there's one more thing that recommend adding to your morning routine and that is

  • do something that guarantees that your day is a win.

  • So for me, that means that after I'm done with meditating, I will go on and

  • script my next video or I would do something to move a big project forward

  • in the business so that no matter what else happens or emails I get or

  • fires I have to fight, I don't waste the day being reactive.

  • Now for you that could be a big work project; it could also be practicing the piano or

  • just texting a friend and making sure you set up a workout for after-work that day.

  • It doesn't matter what it is but you just want to make sure that you don't have

  • a day that you run through like you're a chicken with your head cut off

  • and at the end of it, you're like, "Ugh, I didn't do anything today that I'm proud of."

  • So you just pick one thing that no matter what else happens that day,

  • the day is a win and you do that thing.

  • Now, I personally like to pick the night before because that way, I feel like my brain

  • kind of choose it over while I'm sleeping.

  • And that's it, from the time you wake up to finishing meditating, it should be no more than twenty minutes.

  • It should be fun and relatively easy and guarantees that you feel great afterwards

  • and you're having an amazing day. Now there's one thing that I do want to share

  • because I feel like it's something that not enough people are honest about.

  • And that's — I don't do my morning routine every single day; I mess up.

  • Sometimes, an emergency comes up and I don't do it.

  • Sometimes, I'm getting up early to surf and I just don't feel like

  • waking up twenty minutes earlier than that so I don't.

  • When that happens, I don't beat myself up; I just try to do it later in the day.

  • If I have walk-out twently minutes in the afternoon, I'll do it then.

  • Sometimes I don't even manage that and that's okay too.

  • I'll just forgive myself and then I'll do it the next day.

  • This is going to happen and I say this because I really don't want you

  • to start doing this, do it for five days, love it, miss a day, beat yourself up and

  • think you're a failure and quit because the only way you fail at this

  • is if you just never do it but everybody misses thiseverybody — I prromise you,

  • no matter who they are and that's okay so if you fall off, just get back on.

  • The other thing is I tried a ton of morning routine; this is great for me.

  • But it might not be perfect for you so play with it

  • and then take out the parts you don't like and then replace them.

  • If you don't like jumping rope but you really like clapping push-ups, do that.

  • If you really like jogging for two minutes, do that.

  • Make this work for you because ultimately, it's for you

  • and as long as it's fun and you're doing it every day and you feel like it primes

  • you for success, that's all a morning routine is supposed to do.

  • So that it. If you like this video, there's a video how to learn anything ten times

  • faster that I think you'll really like. And if you want some more directly

  • charisma-related videos, one of these breakdowns will probably

  • be something that's up your alley so thank you so much for watching

  • and I'll see you on the next video.

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