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The Power of Morning & Evening Routines | The Art of Manliness

Jun 02, 2021
Do you feel like you are stuck in a rut and not making the progress you want in your personal development? There are several things you can do to get out of this rut ​​and start progressing as a man again and today we're going to talk about one of my all-time favorites, it's called bookending your day with a

morning

and

evening

routine. Let's do this. Here's why having a

morning

and

evening

routine can help you be more focused, less stressed, and more successful. Important things get done, although we generally can't control what happens in the middle of the day, we can usually control how we start and end our day, so take advantage of this fact by incorporating the actions and behaviors of your most important tasks into your morning activities and evening

routines

.
the power of morning evening routines the art of manliness
So, for example, I know many businessmen who refuse to check email first thing in the morning, instead their morning routine consists of waking up, getting dressed, and spending an hour working on their most important tasks. important things of the day, even before arriving at the office. makes sure they accomplish their task before the chaos and interruptions of the work day get in the way Now if I don't exercise first thing in the morning I won't exercise that day I just don't have time for it, so the daily exercise is part of my morning routine journaling is another important thing for me and if I don't set aside a specific time just to journal I just don't do it therefore journaling is part of my evening routine book in your day gives you time to moonlight I receive many letters and emails from men saying that I am not happy with my career and I really dream of doing X.
the power of morning evening routines the art of manliness

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What should I do? And my answer is almost always the same. Don't quit your job yet. and hustle in your free time until your dream job becomes a truly viable option and the best time to do this is in the mornings and evenings before and after your current job. Reduces decision fatigue. According to psychologist Roy Baumeister, we all have a finite amount of will

power

that we can expend during the day mental energy that is depleted with every decision, big or small, we have to make in our crazy, hectic modern life or on your date with options, should I check email or work on this memo ooh, I saw that in Art? of Manliness or reddit, you get the idea of ​​browsing the Art of Manliness at the end of the day, our reserve of will

power

is running low, resulting in us being bored irritable, making bad decisions, and taking the path of least resistance when gives us the option of going to the gym or playing video games, we will probably choose video games as long as it is possible to increase the amount of willpower we have at our disposal.
the power of morning evening routines the art of manliness
Baumeister suggests an additional tactic in fighting decision fatigue, and that is to manage our mental energy more efficiently throughout the process. the day and one way to do this is by making positive behaviors or important tasks routine parts of our day, when something becomes routine, we no longer think about it, it is on autopilot instead of having to use willpower to decide if you want it or not. If you exercise that day, just exercise because that's part of your morning routine. The less you have to think about doing something, the more you will do it. That's the power of

routines

, it keeps you grounded.
the power of morning evening routines the art of manliness
For me, the biggest benefit of morning and evening routines is that they keep me crazy, no matter how crazy things get during the day, it's comforting to know exactly what will happen at the beginning and end of the day. You know, my routines give me a sense of control over my life and help me. I recalibrate my psyche so I can be a more effective man. Well, then let's talk about what you can do to help create your own morning as a teenager. First, look at your most important goals. Are there any habits or behaviors that you need to instill in yourself to achieve?
Goals make those behaviors or habits part of your morning and evening routines—for example, maybe your goal is to write a novel this year. Make writing for 30 uninterrupted minutes the first thing you do every morning if your goal is to learn Spanish. Make studying in a Spanish grammar book part of your evening routine and if your goal is to lose 30 pounds, make exercise the first thing you do in the morning now, while whatever homework you decide to include in your evening routines morning to night will vary depending on your goals. Like to suggest a habit to include in yours every night review your work for the day and plan your day for tomorrow morning review your schedule on your long and short term goals I promise you that if you do these two things you will find yourself more concentrate and you will achieve much more during the day and for more information on how to plan your day and your week watch the video we made a while ago on the following topic make your routine firm by writing it down afternoon and morning routines lose everything their power if they remain vague, you can't say that you know that I will get up whenever I want and do this or that thing for a while and then I will go to bed when I start to feel tired and read for a while.
These indefinite bookends are loose knots that are sure to come undone. Your routine must be firmly established. Know exactly what activities you are going to do during your routines, what order you will do them in, and how much time you will spend. on each thing and then write it down, adapt your routines as your life changes, while your current routines should be firm, they will probably change as you go through the different seasons of your life, so for example, my morning routines and nightlife changed after I graduated. from law school and they changed again once I started having kids and my routines will probably start, you know, it keeps changing as my kids get older and I take on different responsibilities and by the way, when you have kids, your evening and morning routines are Now it will become more vital when it comes to your morning and evening routines.
Be flexible and adapt, but try to keep a consistent routine in your life. Remember that morning and evening routines lay the foundation for your success as a man. Get inspired in the morning and afternoon. Routines of great men When I read the biographies of great men I am always looking for information about their morning and evening routines. You know, I figure that if you've done something repeatedly every morning and evening, it might be worth incorporating that into my own personal routines, so, for example, William Blake said this about morning and evening routines to think about. morning acting naked reading in the afternoon and sleeping at night is actually not bad advice when I was in law school I put it aside I had time in the morning just to think about a legal issue I was trying to untangle from my law review article.
My mind seemed sharper first thing in the morning. Secretary of State and President John Quincy Adams was naked in the Potomac River in the In the morning he always tried to see how long he could swim without hitting the bottom and he got to about 18 minutes before his wife told me to leave him, what nonsense , so as you read biographies of famous men, take note of their morning and afternoon routines. and if you like something, they incorporated their behaviors into your own routines and a place where you can find safety routines for all kinds of famous people, particularly famous writers and artists, is the daily routines blog, there's why and how to get started one morning and one afternoon.
Routine I hope this video is useful. I promise you that as you establish morning and evening routines in your own life, you will find yourself much more focused, much more productive, and much less stressed until next time. This is Brett Mackay telling you to stay manly.

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