6 Things Successful People Do Every Day
Written by Lauren Hamilton on Jan. 1st 2018
While there isn’t a one-fits-all formula for success, there is something that all successful people have in common...small, daily habits (repeated consistently and over time).
6 Things Successful People Do Every Day
These are things you can add to your daily routine today! As these daily actions grow into habits, your chances of success grow with them!

As Aristotle said, "we are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." 
1. Workout 
Besides better sleep, more energy, and other obvious health benefits, exercising daily can also offer useful practice in goal setting and perseverance, help improve your memory, focus, and overall productivity, as well as boost your self-confidence! A recipe for success in life and business.
2. Read
Your mind is like a muscle- to keep it in tip-top shape you need to exercise it! Reading can help reduce stress and increase your vocabulary and writing skills. Reading daily also improves memory, focus, and concentration all while you’re gaining knowledge and strengthening your analytical thinking skills.

Some statistics show that successful business people read four to five books per month! Get started with "10 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurs".
3. Plan Your Day 
It seems like a no-brainer, but planning out your day the week or the night before helps you focus, and helps you see the bigger picture- making it easier to prioritize. Scheduling your days promotes better work/life balance, as it is not as easy to ignore or forget important tasks.

Although planning is important, if you are a serial procrastinator, you may find yourself letting planning become your procrastination…it’s all about balance and time-management!
4. Visualize
To succeed in reality, you must first envision yourself succeeding in your mind. (go back to my blog post about the 1st step to success). Keeps you from creating your own mental barriers that will hold you back. If you can’t picture yourself achieving your goal, chances are, you won’t. (vision boards)
5. Express Gratitude
In his book, The Perfect Day Formula, Craig Ballantyne says, “Our motivation is driven by a sense of accomplishment. Writing down achievements, even if they were small, reminds us that we moved closer to our goals each day…It is important to be reminded of all the good things we have in life and the progress we have made.” Remembering all that we have to be thankful for helps keep us grounded and happy even through difficult days.
6. Tackle Difficult Tasks First
The first hour of your workday sets the tone for how work will go the rest of the day. Tackle your most difficult tasks first that you won’t have the mental energy for later in the day. With the task(s) you dislike the most behind you, you will feel more accomplished and energized throughout the day.

Start applying these habits to your daily routine and we think you’ll find that you seem to have more time, more energy, and more freedom. And isn’t that what being your own boss is all about?
If you’re ready for that freedom, but you’re not your own boss quite yet be sure to subscribe and check out our Home Business Blueprint to get you started on building your empire. You'll get an email with your blueprint, so make sure your email address is correct when you subscribe!
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About Author: Lauren Hamilton

Lauren is a writer, coach, social media marketer, and business owner. She lives in LA with her dog, Maeby, and has a passion for helping women reclaim their power and live their best life. When she isn't working, you can find Lauren at the gym, buried in a book, or scouting out new coffee shops.
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6 Things Successful People Do Every Day
Written by Lauren Hamilton on Jan. 1st 2018
While there isn’t a one-fits-all formula for success, there is something that all successful people have in common...small, daily habits (repeated consistently and over time).
6 Things Successful People Do Every Day
These are things you can add to your daily routine today! As these daily actions grow into habits, your chances of success grow with them!  

As Aristotle said, "we are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." 
1. Workout 
Besides better sleep, more energy, and other obvious health benefits, exercising daily can also offer useful practice in goal setting and perseverance, help improve your memory, focus, and overall productivity, as well as boost your self-confidence! A recipe for success in life and business.
2. Read
Your mind is like a muscle- to keep it in tip-top shape you need to exercise it! Reading can help reduce stress and increase your vocabulary and writing skills. Reading daily also improves memory, focus, and concentration all while you’re gaining knowledge and strengthening your analytical thinking skills. 

Some statistics show that successful business people read four to five books per month! Get started with "10 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurs".
3. Plan Your Day 
It seems like a no-brainer, but planning out your day the week or the night before helps you focus, and helps you see the bigger picture- making it easier to prioritize. Scheduling your days promotes better work/life balance, as it is not as easy to ignore or forget important tasks. 

Although planning is important, if you are a serial procrastinator, you may find yourself letting planning become your procrastination…it’s all about balance and time-management!
4. Visualize
To succeed in reality, you must first envision yourself succeeding in your mind. (go back to my blog post about the 1st step to success). Keeps you from creating your own mental barriers that will hold you back. If you can’t picture yourself achieving your goal, chances are, you won’t.
5. Express Gratitude
In his book, The Perfect Day Formula, Craig Ballantyne says, “Our motivation is driven by a sense of accomplishment. Writing down achievements, even if they were small, reminds us that we moved closer to our goals each day…It is important to be reminded of all the good things we have in life and the progress we have made.” Remembering all that we have to be thankful for helps keep us grounded and happy even through difficult days.
6. Tackle Difficult Tasks First
The first hour of your workday sets the tone for how work will go the rest of the day. Tackle your most difficult tasks first that you won’t have the mental energy for later in the day. With the task(s) you dislike the most behind you, you will feel more accomplished and energized throughout the day. 

Start applying these habits to your daily routine and we think you’ll find that you seem to have more time, more energy, and more freedom. And isn’t that what being your own boss is all about?
If you’re ready for that freedom, but you’re not your own boss quite yet be sure to subscribe and check out our Home Business Blueprint to get you started on building your empire. You'll get an email with your blueprint, so make sure your email address is correct when you subscribe!

About Author: Lauren Hamilton

Lauren is a writer, coach, social media marketer, and business owner. She lives in LA with her dog, Maeby, and has a passion for helping women reclaim their power and live their best life. When she isn't working, you can find Lauren at the gym, buried in a book, or scouting out new coffee shops.
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