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My Morning Routine: How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired Hardcover – May 15, 2018
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“After a productive morning where I accomplish my big things, the rest of the day can be played by ear. It’s all extra from there.”
–Ryan Holiday, author of The Obstacle Is the Way
“A big part of my morning routine is about what I don’t do: when I wake up, I don’t look at my phone.”
“The quiet time between 6:00-7:30 AM is when some of my best work gets done. It’s my time to read, think, and prepare for the day ahead.”
–Bill McNabb, chairman of The Vanguard Group
“If I don’t get a chance to play with my son in the morning I feel like I missed something that I’ll never get back.”
–Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter
“I travel a lot for work, so my days are always different. Having a morning routine really means fitting things in around everything else.”
–Cameron Russell, fashion model and cultural activist
“Find certain things you know you should do, don’t like to do, or make excuses to avoid, and then do them every day.”
–General Stanley McChrystal, author of Team of Teams; retired U.S. Army General
About the Author
Benjamin Spall and Michael Xander are the founders of mymorningroutine.com. Spall has written for outlets including the Huffington Post, 99U, and The Next Web. Xander is a product designer and engineer.
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I've been a subscriber to the My Morning Routine blog for several years, and I look forward to new posts in my inbox every week. This book definitely keeps up that creative spirit and does not disappoint when it comes to useful information you can easily take to better your mornings.
My favorite aspect of MMR is how the interview questions are consistent across every person, making it far easier to compare routines and derive some useful data so that it might actually work for you. It's a very effective approach for interviews where you're simply looking for some actionable some gems.
This book is great for someone needing a little productivity pick-me-up for getting their days in order, whether a new student, new job, etc. It's especially perfect for creatives or those working at home who have to focus on carefully structuring their days themselves.
The only downside I see is perhaps for some current, long-time subscribers - you've seen a majority of these interviews (I'm not sure how many, or if any at all, are "new"), but they are presented in a refreshing way. So if you're a casual "current reader" solely wanting new brand new info, you may not be a fan of buying book unless you want the interviews in hardcopy. It's a perfectly sized book - the size of an stretched hand. It's perfect for on-the-go dog-earring and a nice compliment to the blog. If you ARE a fan though, you'll totally love it.
And if you've haven't been introduced to MMR before, you should DEFINITELY grab this book. It's so incredibly useful - years of info!