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Viken Mikaelian CEO

Viken Mikaelian CEO

Majorgifts.com LLC

Morning Checklist: A Daily Routine for Greater Success

The most successful people of our time have one thing in common: they wake up early! Why? It’s the best time to get things done.

The evening is no time for work – use it to relax, spend time with family, or engage in the hobbies you enjoy.


This simple morning checklist will help you be fit and ready for a productive day:

Make your bed. This is the easiest and most productive task you can do to start your morning. Making your bed will give you a sense of achievement and have you ready for the next task.

Have fruit juice ready. Many people will go for the coffee, but fruit juice has natural sugars and nutrients ready to provide you with stimulant-free energy—perfect for those who always feel wired and crash from coffee in the afternoon.

Go for a walk. Exercise is not just important for weight loss. Going for a morning walk can also help to kickstart your metabolism and have you ready to roll with energy for the day.  It will also align your posture and improve your mood.

Eat something. Fasting can be a beneficial way to lose weight, but it’s no way to show up to work. Having food that is high in complex carbohydrates and protein is essential to your energy production for the day. Hands down, the best food for breakfast is oatmeal.

Drink water before work. Becoming dehydrated at work is an easy way to ruin your productivity. Drinking a glass of water prior to work is a great way to hydrate for the day.

Throw some snacks into your bag. Hunger can make you cranky—something none of your coworkers want to experience. Do yourself a favor and bring a snack.

Create daily targets. Creating simple daily targets that are obtainable before the end of the day is a great way to stay in touch with your goals. These daily targets can also correspond with your weekly and monthly objectives.

Whether you’re looking for a way to increase your quality of work or you’re one of the select few who is always pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, ensuring that you start your day off on the right foot is essential to your success

By the Numbers

Consider the recruitment opportunities for your organization that these stats indicate:

  • About 63 million Americans (25% of the adult population) volunteer their time, talents, and energy to making a difference.
  • These people spend an average of 52 hours/year volunteering.
  • 72% of volunteers are involved with only one organization, while 18.3% are involved with two.

Random interesting stats presented monthly from various sources.