Are these morning routines the secrets to achieving massive entrepreneurial success, and the building of an epic, everlasting empire? Now is your time to find out.
Mindspace discovers what it takes to get the following magnates out of bed. Watch and learn the best morning routines of successful people.
1. The Morning Routine of Jeff Bezos
Founder, CEO, and Chairman of Amazon.com
Net worth 2022: $136.4 billion
Sleeps eight hours a day and even keeps a sleeping bag (that he ordered on Amazon) in his office to make sure of it. Also, he generally avoids meetings in the morning and tries not to schedule any meetings at all on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sounds good, right?
2. The Morning Routine of Oprah Winfrey
Host of The Oprah Winfrey Show; Chairwoman and CEO of Harpo Productions; Chairwoman, CEO, and CCO of the Oprah Winfrey Network, Author
Net worth 2022: $2.5 billion
Her Morning routine for success: Wakes up at 7:10 each morning, reads five5 cards from her 365 Gathered Truths box, meditates, then exercises. She also eats a healthy breakfast and downs a shot of espresso to start her day.
3. The Morning Routine of Richard Branson
Founder of the Virgin Group
Net Worth 2022: $3.6 billion Founder of the Virgin Group
The Morning habits of successful people like Richard Branson go as followed: Leaves his curtains open and wakes up to the sunrise every day at about 5:45 in the morning. Goes swimming or kite surfing and proceeds to eat a healthy breakfast. Win.
4. The Morning Routine of Mark Zuckerberg
Co-founder of Facebook
Net Worth 2022: $49.1 billion
Wakes up at 8 am every day and isn’t too picky about what he eats for breakfast. He hates wasting time on small decisions so he has created his own daily “uniform” consisting of a grey t-shirt, jeans, and sneakers.
5. The Morning Routine of Elon Musk
CEO and Lead Designer of SpaceX, CEO of Tesla, Inc., CEO of Neuralink, Founder of The Boring Company
Net Worth 2022: $247.9 billion
Wakes up at 7 am after at least getting six hours of sleep. He and usually skips breakfast, scarfs down a five5 minute lunch between meetings, and works out once or twice a day. When you’re busy being the next Albert Einstein, it seems you don’t have time to eat like a normal person.
One common denominator of successful morning routines is a good night of sleep!
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