Steve White Weekly Video Update Morning
November 10, 2021

Why Early Morning is the Best Time to Reflect and Plan the Day

I find that during the early morning – when my son Stevie is upstairs sleeping, when my wife is still asleep – it's just me and my reflection time to really consider what's important.

I want to share a small part of my daily journey. As you can tell from my backdrop, it’s very early in the morning, and one of the things I want to share with you today is that I try to start every day with purpose. I try to get up early. That’s my time to reflect on my day, to reflect on the previous day.

How am I spending my time?

Am I focused on the right things?

I find that during the early morning – when my son Stevie is upstairs sleeping, when my wife is still asleep – it’s just me and my reflection time to really consider what’s important. It helps me stay focused on my why and my purpose. Maybe it’ll work for you, but hopefully, whatever you do, you’ll find some point in the day to reflect, plan, and think about how you’re living your life. I know for me, early morning works, and maybe it’ll work for you, too.

Have a great day.

Steve

P.S. I will be posting weekly updates just like this one on LinkedIn. I invite you to join me by following my page.


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