There are a fair share of people who are productive, but there are more people who want and need to boost their productivity. While there are several methods to keep you productive throughout your day, the power of those methods are dependent on what you do on the first hour you wake up. Your first hour is the make or break point of your day. If you utilize this first hour properly, then you will be productive and happy throughout the day. If you do not utilize this first hour properly, then you will not be as productive or happy for the rest of the day.
Now that you know the first hour is by far more important than all of the others, you’ll definitely want to know how you can utilize that first hour properly.
One method is doing a 20 minute workout. Doing a workout makes you feel happier, and working out has a powerful impact on success. Another option is reading motivational books. Brian Tracy, the master of productivity, reads a motivational book for 20-30 minutes to start off his day. Those are the best two options you have. My recommendation is to either alternate between the two or do both of them within the same hour (reading the book and then working out).
The first hour sets the tone for the rest of the day. What you do in the first hour determines how much you can do for the rest of the day. Make your first hour count!