5 Things Successful Women Do On Monday Mornings

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If you want to be successful, then you can’t sit around and wait for amazing things to happen to you. That almost never happens.  Most entrepreneurs set a daily routine that helps us stay organised and focused throughout the day. In this article I will reveal some of the tips that help me achieve my daily goals.

1: Wake Up Early

No matter how tired you are. Stretch, Yawn, Go for a walk (Have you tried Pokemon Go?) Truth is: The longer you stay in bed, the less time you have to reach your goals for the day. The road to success starts by waking up early. No matter if you stayed up late the night before or not.

2: Set a daily goal before breakfast

Every successful woman has a plan. Set a little goal for the day. Anything. Clean the house, tidy your desk, do the groceries, apply for that photography course. Set a little goal and achieve it before the evening sets in. You will feel good when you have achieved your goal.

3: Reply to all of your messages on your social networks, texts and e-mails

Part of my daily routine, while I’m sipping on my warm cup of coffee in the morning, is to reply to all of my text messages, e-mails and messages on different social networks such as my Facebook or my Twitter accounts.

Take your time to answer to your work colleagues and contacts. Steer clear of robots and automated reply software. Take some time to personally reply to all of these messages and you will come across as more professional and caring.

4: Make TO-DO lists and cross the items off as you get them done

Remember Tip #2? split your goal into tiny little goals, write them down on a list and cross them off as you get them done. This way you can stay more organised and spend your time more efficiently.

5: Take a two-hour break to do anything you want.

You will naturally run out of energy at some point during the day. Watch a film, read another chapter of that novel you bought last month. Log into your twitter or instagram and share some thoughts with friends and colleagues, text your friends and organise a girls-only night out some time during the week. When the time’s up, go back to your list and see what is left to do.

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