On the Morning Upgrade Podcast, I talk with different entrepreneurs about their business, personal development, and their morning routines. I like to create a round-up of the various morning routines that my guests use so you can see the many different ways you can start your day.
Here is a morning routine round-up of podcast guests from episodes 51 to 60.
51. Ryan Horn
Ryan Horn talked with me on episode #51 about what he likes to incorporate into his morning routine. To create a good start to his day, he and his wife do a Bible study and pray together. Some other parts of his routine include:
- Working Out
- Doing Some Journaling
- Reviewing His Vision Board
- Reading His Ultimate Vision Statement
- Reading His Ultimate Visions Question
52. Shane Sams
Shane Sams hosts a podcast show and runs a website with his wife helping others start up their online businesses. He spoke with me on episode #52 about how he conducts his morning routine. He believes there’s nothing like keeping it simple so he makes it a point to eat breakfast with his family and takes 30 minutes to be alone.
53. Poonam Sooknanan
I had the privilege of speaking with Poonam Sooknanan on episode #53. She is a wife, a mom of two, and the CEO of two companies. Poonam makes a point to have a solid morning routine to help her start her day off on the right foot. She begins her day at 7:30 a.m. by getting in a good home workout or going to the gym.
54. Sandra Irving
Sandra Irving is a wellness coach. I spoke with her on episode #54 about what she likes to do during her morning routine. She believes that the steps you take each morning help you set the tone for the rest of your day. Each morning, this is what Sandra’s routine includes:
- Eating Cereal For Breakfast
- Taking A Shower
- Feeding Her Cat
- Going To The Gym
- Driving To The Train Station
- Grabing Coffee or Tea
- Reading a Book or Listening on Audile
55. Marek Truumaa
On episode #55, Marek Truumaa and I discuss what his morning routine looks like. For Marek, this includes starting his day at 5 a.m. in the morning. Starting the day on the right foot is important, and some of the ways he goes about that are:
- Working Out
- Reviewing His Exceptional Life Blueprint
- Drinking Three Glasses Of Water
- Doing Some Journaling
- Visualizing Goals and Deep Breathing Techniques
- Spending A Few Minutes Recalling Everything He Is Grateful For
- Taking A Cold Shower
- Jotting Down 3 Goals For His Day
56. Rob Kosberg
Rob Kosberg is the founder of a publishing company for book writers. In Episode #56, I ask him about what his morning routine looks like to begin his day. Rob begins his day at 5 a.m. or 5:30 a.m. First, he goes on a 30-minute walk with his dog. When he returns, he spends time reading scripture, looking at self-help books, and journaling. After hitting the gym at 8 a.m. he takes a shower at 9 a.m. and is ready for the day ahead.
57. Vikrant Shaurya
Vikrant Shaurya tells us about his fun morning routine on episode #57. After waking up at 5 a.m., he begins training in martial arts at 5:30 a.m. After doing martial arts and exercise, Vikrant bathes at 7 a.m., has some juice for breakfast, and spends a little time with his wife.
58. Jeffrey Shaw
Jeffery Shaw is a business coach and author that I spoke with on episode #58. To begin his day, he has a morning routine that he likes to follow. The day starts at 6 a.m. with masala chai tea. After doing reading, he takes his dog for a walk while reciting affirmations. Jeffery also incorporates:
- Ten Minutes of Meditation
- A 30 Minute Work Out 3 Days A Week
- A Shower
59. Ebony McGee
Ebony McGee spoke with me about her morning routine on episode #59. She is the owner of a web design company and keeps her routine pretty simple. Ebony begins her day at 7 a.m. by taking a walk with her dog. During this time, she tries to be in the moment and thinks about her day ahead.
60. Belah Rose
On episode #60, I speak with Belah Rose, a marriage and intimacy coach. She tells me a little about her morning routine and how it helps to start her day out on the right foot. In order to get up and going, she keeps her alarm clock across the room. Belah starts out with a cup of coffee and meditation in front of a good view, then writes down 10 gratitudes, reads her Bible and journals, and gets in some cardio.