I have no idea to share here about your perfect day.
but certainly , you can go for the most important time of your life.
looking to my experiences of 30 years of life, let me share with you an example.
The most recent example comes from an interview with Spotify CEO Daniel Ek in tech insider Sriram Krishnan’s newsletter, The Observer Effect. The long conversation covers a ton of interesting ground, but perhaps the most shocking revelation for fans of hustle porn is Ek’s admission right at the beginning that he starts his day like a normal human.
“This will sound incredibly lazy compared to some leaders. I wake up at around 6:30 in the morning and spend some time with my kids and wife,” he starts. The very fact that getting up at 6:30 has come to be seen as laziness is worth remarking on, but let’s move on to the rest of Ek’s morning:
At 7:30, I go work out. At 8:30, I go for a walk – even in the winter. I’ve found this is often where I do my best thinking. At 9:30, I read for thirty minutes to an hour. Sometimes I read the news, but you’ll also find an ever-rotating stack of books in my office, next to my bed, on tables around the house. Books on history, leadership, biographies. It’s a pretty eclectic mix – much like my taste in music. Finally, my “work” day really starts at 10:30.
Actually seeing his family and tending to his physical health and mental growth until halfway to noon might sound like heresy, but Ek isn’t the only big name to keep a similar schedule. Jeff Bezos has described puttering around in the mornings, having breakfast with his kids and waiting for his brain to get up to speed around 10 before doing any serious decision making.
Does it is inspiring you?
Does it is a perfect morning routine? ( i have seen CEO start after 12 noon)
Do you think that most successful people have an excellent morning routine? ( stop reading smart CEO)
How can you create a perfect day?
I could have more points to share with you…but few observations and sharing can help you in shaping day.
1/ Believe in work out
2/ Do prayer or meditation without fail.
4/ Family sharing before you get the kick.
5/ develop morning friends to laugh loudly.
6/ Have professional work for 8 hours ( you start when decision-making level is ready)
7/ meet the hardest priority of a day even if you did not like it