Waking Up on the Right Side of the Bed Is in Your Hands!

Crawling out of your warm, comfortable bed is often not an easy task. Getting back to reality after hours of dreamy slumber can feel like a punch to the gut. However, give the day a chance. You may not always wake up in a good mood, but you can try to wake up on the right side of the bed from time to time. A little effort goes a long way in instilling positivity into your day.

Wake Up with Your Alarm

When your eyes pop open at the incessant buzzing of your alarm, keep them open! Do not hit snooze.

Fight the urge to roll over for a few more minutes of sleep and get yourself up and about, ready to face the world.

Do Stretches and Get Moving

Physical activity generally does wonders for your body and your mind. Get up an hour earlier than usual to get in some exercise in the midst of your busy lifestyle. Not only will your body feel rejuvenated, but all those endorphins will have your attitude taking a turn for the positive.

Indulge in Something You Find Uplifting

Whether it’s a song, a poem, a thought or the smell of coffee in the morning, something is bound to trigger a smile on your face. Starting off the day with a smile can ensure that you’ve truly woken up on the right side of the bed.

Article32Breakfast Is Key!

A hearty breakfast gives you the fuel to get going. Those who eat breakfast every day are also much less likely to feel restless and irritable. Indulge in some healthy options and you’ll find you have boundless energy!

Instilling in yourself a positive attitude that is ready to take on the day is a really important aspect of keeping yourself motivated toward attaining your goals. Professional keynote speaker Bill Wooditch emphasizes the importance of self-motivation and the power of relentless pursuit in his presentations. Have an upcoming event that could use someone with his leadership and sales experience to bring an inspirational, energetic shot in the arm to your team? Call 855-841-9225 and hire him as a keynote speaker!

Lisa Scholfield

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