3. Stop Being Allergic to Mornings
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence is not an act, but a habit.” — Aristotle
When Tim Ferriss wrote Tools of Titans, one of his discoveries was that 80% of the most successful people he had interviewed had a morning routine.
So, it goes without saying, if you want to be losing weight, you should develop and tweak your morning routine.
Waking up and starting the morning working on yourself — be it journaling, exercise, or personal development, you will start the day in a proactive, rather than reactive state.
When it comes to weight loss, getting the exercise task “done” on your to do is not only great for your waistline, but it is one more thing you do not have to worry about.
This sets the tone for your stress levels, your productivity, your ability to make good decisions, and your cognitive awareness…basically it fires up the part of the brain that allows for better decision making
…like not snacking on the bagels in the office snack room.
Being structured around how you start the day gives you more freedom to create the body (and life) you want.