Time is used smarter when you organize and prepare the day with clear objectives. Building that routine, especially in the mornings, offer quiet, efficient and satisfactory feeling.
Today I don’t want to talk about the keys to being productive, but small things you can incorporate into your daily routine to have a completely successful day.
Maybe you know some women from this list for its success (actresses, entrepreneurs, managers). Let’s see what these women do in the morning, which considers vital to have a proactive day, involving family, exercise and work in one system of life.
Morning routines for successful women
Arianna Huffington, editor in chief, AOL Huffington Post
The first thing in the morning is to breathe deeply, thank the day and set the goal of the day. She dedicates at least 30 minutes for yoga and meditation and believes it is the key to her success.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, model, actress and entrepreneur
She gets up cuddling with her partner, by mid-morning she’s already walked her pets, breakfasted something healthy (the Paleo diet) and sprinkled bathed in perfume. The most important of your routine is to start with a cup of coffee.
Anna Wintour, Vogue editor in chief
Every morning she wakes up before 6:00 am to devote one hour to play tennis. That’s soothes and relaxes any stress she may have. After a quick shower at home, she’s ready to go to work in her office.
Isabel Marant, Fashion designer
A cup of tea is the first thing Isabel drinks when she wakes up. After dressing, she drives about 30 laps on his motorcycle to clear your mind and breathe some air in the stressful days.
Gwyneth Paltrow, actress
The first thing Gwyneth does when she gets up, is to drink hot water with lemon, which sets her ready to help her children get ready for school. Then she answers her emails and goes exercising (at least 2 hours a day with a strong workout that keeps your figure)
Victoria Beckham, singer, founder and creative director of Victoria Beckham Fashion Line
She says that the most important thing is to have a time of “me for me.” Half an hour before getting her children up, Victoria has a beauty routine where she washes her face with creams and tonics, checks her email and breakfast fruits with green tea.