Why The Morning Is The Best Time To Form New Habits

• May 8 2017

Happy #MotivationMonday fellow Pavlokians!

If you haven’t heard the BIG NEWS, later this month Pavlok will be releasing our best product yet; Pavlok Rise — the only wearable and software combination to help you wake up, stay up, and form a powerful morning routine. We’ve taken everything we’ve learned over the last 4+ years and put it all together to help you form positive habits with ease.

To celebrate, over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing everything we know on how to form powerful morning routines — even if you don’t consider yourself a ‘morning person.’

We couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to help thousands of people start their day with focus, energy, and momentum.

But first…

Why should you focus on the morning routine when you’re trying to build good habits?

We’ve hinted at it in the past…

But focusing on changing your habits in the morning is the next closest thing to a ‘magic bullet.’

The truth is, habit change is hard.

If you’re looking to start exercising more… waiting until the end of the day after a long day of work probably isn’t the best option.

If you’re looking to start meditating, doing so at the end of the day when your favorite shows are on, probably isn’t the best idea.

Which is why it’s so important to tackle your goals first thing in the morning.

And having a clear morning routine helps you do exactly that.

As we’ve said time and time again, in order to succeed in building positive habits, you have to give yourself every chance to succeed, and starting your day with a dose of personal growth is the best way to go.

There are two specific reasons implanting positive habits in the morning is so beneficial.

For one, focusing on your habits in the morning starts your day on a positive note.

There’s no better feeling than starting your day feeling productive and energetic. Even something as simple as making your bed each morning can have a profound impact on the rest of your day. Do this time and time again, and that positive momentum slowly builds to something great.

Second, when you focus habits in the morning, your willpower is at its peak state. The latest science proves willpower is a finite resource, meaning after a long day you’re significantly less likely to follow through on your goals.

Exercising for just 30 minutes in the morning is much easier than waiting until later in the day when things “magically” pop up.

Again, having a morning routine isn’t about being a morning person. Just waking up 20-30 minutes early is more than enough time for you to implement those habits you’ve always been putting off.

Of course, you’ll still have to put in the work. You’ll still have to do everything you can to set yourself up for success. But in our experience with helping thousands change their behavior for good, we genuinely believe focusing on habit change in the morning is one of the best things you can do.

If you’ve struggled to form good habits in the past, it’s time to start focusing on your habits in the morning, and Pavlok  coming out later this month will give you everything you need to succeed… once and for all.

We couldn’t be more excited. And we can’t wait for you to join us.

 

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