7 Things to Write down Every Morning to Have a Great Day ...

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Start your day off by considering these things to write down, perhaps right after you get up.

Taking a few minutes to write certain things down can have a dramatic impact on your mood, productivity, and even your mental focus.

Instead of immediately heading for the coffee pot, get out a pen and paper and jot a few of these important things to write down daily.

It will eventually stimulate your brain to work more efficiently in the morning, improve your focus, and enhance your day by getting more done.

Don’t worry, this process will take you less than 10 minutes, and it will reduce an incredible amount of stress as a result, believe it or not.

1. Your Schedule

Though you might already be well aware of what your schedule is, it should be one of the first things to write down, or actually, the first of them all.

For starters, it jump starts your brain and prepares you for the day.

You don’t have to take it minute by minute, but a general outline of your day ahead can help you feel more in control and ready to accomplish everything, and also see if you have any holes in your schedule for downtime.

This downtime is often dwindled away when we aren’t aware of it, when it could be used to do enjoyable things such as rest, hobbies, and even just chatting with a friend.

Write down your schedule, and you’ll immediately have a visual image of how your day will go, and how you’ll get it all done.

2. What You Want to Accomplish

Next, after you write down what you’re going to be doing that day, write down one or two things that you really want to accomplish.

Maybe it’s finish a project, or it could even be to manage your money better.

Or, maybe it’s to eat healthier that day.

Whatever it is, write it down.

It will help you see how you’ll need to work certain actions into your schedule to make it happen.

It also gives you a goal, which helps increase your focus and motivation.

Try to tackle this earlier in the day, instead of later when distractions come up.

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