Rituals: Five routines to becoming a mogul

Dr. Kwame Addo-Kufour
Dr. Kwame Addo-Kufour

Invest in family time, like cooking breakfast together.

Ever wondered how your favourite celebrity or mentor start their day?

Successful people are early risers who spend the early hours of the day working on their personal project, spend quality time with their family among other things.

Here are five things successful people every morning.

Wake up early

Time and tide wait for no man. Successful people have control over their time. They make it a priority to be awake by 5:00 am. This gives them the opportunities to do things that matter to do.

Burn some calories

Early morning exercise is good for health and also increases your focus for the next activity because your body is aroused.
A bout of exercise keeps you alert through the day. An hour-long routine seems too daunting, you can try group jogging, running, dancing or 10-minute squats and press ups.

Connect with your partner

Use your early morning early to connect with your partner. Discuss your plans for the day and engage in chores that can strengthen your relationship such as preparing breakfast or tidying up the room.

Make it a ritual to drive your partner to work every Friday and use the one hour or more to talk about your finances or work-related issues.

If you have kids, spend quality time with them. After all, you’re working so that your family will have a better time. Don’t let work get in the way of family – make time for your priorities.

Plan and strategize

Successful people take few minutes to plan their activities before they head out. Take at least 10 minutes of your day to visualize your life goals, review your tasks for the day and allot schedules for breaks. It’ll help your day be more manageable and less stressful.


Spend a few minutes to say a prayer or to meditate to keep you relaxed.

Source: pulse.com.gh

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