The 10 Morning ROUTINES Of Successful Entrepreneurs – #BelieveLife

The 10 Morning ROUTINES Of Successful Entrepreneurs – #BelieveLife
Good morning #BelieveNation – Today we’re going to talk about the Why and the How of morning routines.

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Great video! What would you say are the morning routines of individuals like Richard Branson, Mark Cuban, Ivanka Trump, etc?

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27 thoughts on “The 10 Morning ROUTINES Of Successful Entrepreneurs – #BelieveLife

  • April 13, 2017 at 11:57 pm

    I feel inspired watch your “Top 10 Rules” video series. This clip is a little different, it offers a lot of practical advice. Great stuff! Thank you!

  • April 20, 2017 at 11:28 am

    Another grate video, i have already watched this one and started to put some things into practice. Thank you
    would you be able to do morning routines of successful women???

  • April 21, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    Each person were so different in their routine but the consistent activity each one of them did were spiritual acknowledgment and exercise. I can appreciate that. thank you for this video!

  • May 1, 2017 at 7:22 am

    thank you for making these videos. I usually watch these every morning while having my breakfast. That is one of mine productive morning routines, to get inspired and motivated.

  • May 1, 2017 at 9:04 am

    Here is my new morning routine/ritual
    1. Wake up and Meditate for 20 minutes
    2. Read for 20 minutes
    3. Exercise (right now I’m doing a jog around the block, jump rope and push ups)
    4. Take a Cold Shower
    5. Commit to NoFap

  • May 6, 2017 at 12:49 am

    I’m wondering how you can upload up to 4 videos daily. You’re so active and motivated. I watch all of your videos.
    I’m from Egypt and I’m Arabic speaker … I understand your English perfectly and I’m happy with the good performance you offer. Keep up the good work.

  • May 17, 2017 at 4:03 am

    “I wake up. open my left eye first always. I rub the big toe on my right foot for 53.5 seconds exactly. At this point I walk backwards downstairs to the kitchen while praying and eyes closed. Then for exactly 13 minutes I eat breakfast, typically one egg, over-easy, with a cup of coffee. The coffee must be room temperature.. Then I drink a glass of water, 16.7 fl. oz EXACTLY. then I drive to work going 26 mph 27 on a good day ” Jesus these damn successful people

  • May 17, 2017 at 10:56 pm

    I hope this is welcome, as since my last comment, a year has passed I have changed so much. Since I have quit my job, I started my business and I started off great, made $7,000 my first 3 months, then my friend and his family got into trouble and I was the only one they could count on, so for they moved in with me, at first just wife and kid, because my friend was in jail and so without his income his wife and kid were not able on their own, so I took care of them for 3 months, then we got him out after getting him a lawyer and waiting, and waiting, then he got out, I helped him get going again, all of this while trying to run my new business. My customers felt the effects of my struggle, eventually a year went by waiting and waiting for them to get their life in order. I slept on the couch for an entire year, lost 4 valuable customers. My car went unpaid at beginning of all this for 3 months, and almost got repo’d. And helping them win at every struggle meant I had to lose time, money and energy. So after a year of barely surviving and putting my business at the bottom of the list, my sleep suffered, my finances, my health, but at least they’re better off today more than every. Did I get taken advantage of? Yes, but I am healed. I have really learned my lesson and for what its worth. I am glad it happened at the beginning of my long-term success, because this past year has really taught me first hand the costs and losses of poor thinking and exchanges of time, energy and money between relationships. While a lot of this is common sense to a lot of people, it as been my weakness for more than 25 years. I am the youngest of 10 and I was depended on heavily for favors and I was called lazy and undependable if I couldn’t or didn’t help. I was even told that my time was less important because I don’t have kids like my brothers and sisters do. So what it felt like everyday of my life, from about 10 years old to my early 30s, my family put the pressure on me to be available or be ashame for being undependable. If I were to be valued as a worthy family member, I would have to meet their demands. Today, I wonder why non of my brothers intervened and put a stop to it, and demanded that I be left alone so that I can learn to live my own life and value my own time, but it never happened. I can remember being called lazy on a daily basis as young as 8 years old. Today, I still make excuses for everyone that should care for me, but never really do. I wanted to believe that I mattered, so I made it a point to be helpful, unconditionally kind, willing to serve and be reliable when situations got bad or required extra help, I was there so that my family would accept me. When I got into my late twenties, I noticed nothing was changing, they still relied on me, my time, money and energy, but still shamed me if I didn’t help. I finally stopped responding all together, and they stopped bothering me, I stopped going to family events. But my need to be helpful and feel needed was so ingrained in me, I became a person that wanted everyone to be happy, or else I felt like I wasn’t doing enough to care for my friends and family.  I became relied upon by my X girlfriend, who was troubled by her bi-polar condition, and after we broke up, she got pregnant, the baby’s father left when her daughter was born, so I helped raise her daughter, who is now 12, so 17 years being there for a friend and her daughter, because I don’t want her daughter to continue the cycle and suffer growing up. Well being there for her daughter Giselle really changed me for better. I made sure Giselle had a wonderful year, every year since she was born.  I am a much happier and complete person today, she also gives me her love, and Giselle is the main reason I helped her mom and dad and helped them succeed to be a family again, and now their in their own home today.  But it also taught me that from here on, I can not afford to be so overly kind and that my life must now be at the highest importance to me.  As for my friends, I have done more for them than anyone can ask of anyone. All I want in return is for them to prosper in their new situation, which is better today. I wish them the best, but I still think of Giselle as my step daughter, and hope that my success in business can contribute to her having a prosperous future, with her success in mind. That’s my take on my failure to become not soon enough, I learned late in life what it means to be free from my past, but by letting Giselle into my heart brought me more riches and happiness than some people can understand. Doing so brought me so much enlightenment and peace. I have a most pure and beautiful connection with a wonderful girl that knows she has my love, support and encouragement at every step of the way. I never thought life could be so wonderful and I can not imagine life without her. Giselle is so adorable and seeing her grow and become is so magical and precious. What a joy! I also helped her mother with her struggle with bi-polar and personality disorder for 2 years before Giselle was born, and over the years of being a friend and life coach to her mom, her mom is so much more in control and well, a world of difference. Because I was willing to care for them unconditionally, a mom and daughter can share so much joy and happiness, and that has always been the reward I had in mind 17 years ago.

  • May 17, 2017 at 11:27 pm

    About my post. My 17 year lesson is, while serving others and giving yourself unselfishly and how it seems like kindness is weakness. God will reward you in a way that no man, money or material can ever reward you. You have to experience it for yourself to really understand just what a big deal it is. The blessing(s) you receive are so great and wonderful that if you took the time to realize the significance and the grandness and recognize the man or woman you’ve  become for being blessed. I wouldn’t be surprised if you’d breakdown in tears from so much gratitude, and from the healing that you never knew you needed. Being there for Giselle and her mom knowing the difference I made in their lives, also gives me the comfort that WHEN I die, I will leave with a sense of fulfillment and in peace. So if you want to be touched by God’s hands, so that he can remove the darkness from your soul,  so that you can for once appreciate and truly see life’s beauty and wonder, then be kind and give all you can give for the good in giving. Life is good, Live good, so there may be more good. Be wise and be good, may God bless you.

  • May 18, 2017 at 9:03 am

    00.37 Arnold is an irritating bastard if he did when I was there he would that that spoon up his back lol

  • June 3, 2017 at 12:34 am

    i think the key here is to give time to yourself then you will be ready to give everything to the world

  • June 4, 2017 at 8:24 am

    I loved Oprah’s asking God/whoever not to be alone today as I go about my day. Steve Harvey’s thanking God for being alive first thing! and Tim Ferris,’ journaling what’s troubling you so you clear your mind (my addition: maybe to hand it all over to the big G!)

  • June 8, 2017 at 5:59 am

    thank you very much, it’s very helpful. I learnt that it’s important to wake up early in the morning and plan for the day.

  • June 11, 2017 at 4:58 pm

    Hello Evan, could you do a video on bouncing back from an business start up failure. If you already have, then how about overcoming depression from this sort of set back.

  • June 15, 2017 at 12:45 am

    I did the cold water, after taking a shower today. I found it revitalizing. Great list and very valuable information. Thank-you

  • June 23, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    thanks for putting it together. it seems insightful and inspiring

  • July 1, 2017 at 8:43 am

    Choose a Drummer!…Like Mr Virgil Donati…he represents the highest level of discipline and focus..Thank you!

  • July 5, 2017 at 8:25 pm

    The general comment about starting your day with exercise and meditation is something that I am going to start.

  • July 6, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    Your videos are part of my morning routine. I used to watch the news but I found it really bummed me out. Your videos get me into a more positive healthy mindset for my day. Thank you.

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