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Morning routines of successful women


Do you enjoy a workout, or a green tea while spending time with your family before heading off to work? If you do then you may be on your way to becoming a successful business woman. Morning routines of successful women are always full of great tips; and we have profiled a handful of routines that you can quite easily adapt starting tomorrow.

Based on the following female role models, it’s evident that deciding on the best routine (and positive attitude) will increase your chances of success. If you want to follow in their footsteps, here are some things you should consider doing in the morning to start your day off on the right track:

Wake up early and finish early

A [tweet_quote hashtags=”#routine” ]common factor in most successful women’s daily life is that they all wake up early[/tweet_quote]. Both Margaret Thatcher and PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi wake up at 4am in order to get the most out of their day. Perhaps it’s time to tweak your alarm clock for tomorrow?

Morning routines of successful women is to Exercise

Many successful women cite [tweet_quote hashtags=”#morningroutines” ]starting their day off with fitness[/tweet_quote] as one reason why they’ve experienced such high levels of success. Anna Wintour, American Vogue editor states that every morning by 6:45am she has played an hour of tennis to get her blood going. Michelle Grass, the president of Starbucks is another woman who starts off her day with a run, which has helped boost both her happiness and success.

Quality time with family.

The editor-in-chief of Chatelaine, Jane Francisco has said that in the morning it is important for her to get some work done but still [tweet_quote hashtags=”#successfulroutines” ]get in some family time[/tweet_quote] with her son. She said that after working for a half hour she wakes her son up at 7am and spends time with him until 7:30, after that they both get ready for their day.

Drink tea or coffee

This one comes down more to personal preference. If you like calming tea then by all means have that to start off your day, or you could go for the more kickstart choice of a coffee jolt. There are successful businesswomen who can argue for either. Jenna Lyons, the creative director of J. Crew is a big fan of coffee, while Lucky magazine editor in chief Eva Chen is sure to have a cup of Green Tea in the morning as her pick-me-up.

Setting out goals for the day : morning routines of successful women

Donna David, president of Donna David Company, starts off her day by setting out three things she wants to achieve by the end of the day. Whether your goals are big or small doesn’t matter. It can be something as simple as making a new connection… just be sure it is strategic.

If you have a great secret for a morning routine, let us know!

About Natalie Cupac

Natalie Cupac Journalist & Features Writer for The Business Woman, Natalie Cupac is studying a double degree of Journalism and International Studies and has previously worked for Pacific Magazines

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