Whether you get up early or late, you probably have your own little rituals. Some people need coffee before you they get out of bed, while others prefer to go to an exercise class before they eat any breakfast.
Here’s the world’s most successful people to find out there secret of starting morning:
President of the USA
Net worth: $6.9 million in 2015
Notable moments: Winning 69.5 million votes in the 2008 presidential election, the highest amount ever won by a candidate.
Morning routine: Obama keeps a strict morning workout routine of weights and cardio at 6.45am, before eating breakfast with his family and helping to pack his daughters off to school.
Co-founder of Apple
Net worth: $11 billion upon death in 2011
Notable moments: launching the iPod and iTunes and revolutionising the music industry
Morning routine: Every morning, Jobs would look in the mirror and ask himself, “If today was the last day of my life, would I be happy with what I’m about to do today?” If he responded ‘no’ too many days in a row, he knew something needed to change.
Co-founder of Facebook
Net worth: $35.7 billion in 2015
Notable moments: Turning Facebook into the world’s most popular social network
Morning routine: Zuckerberg is well known for dressing the same way each day as he once claimed it gives him “one less decision to make”. He also starts the day on very little sleep, often staying up chatting with programmers until 6am.
Former British Prime Minister
Net worth: unknown
Notable moments: Leading Britain to victory over Nazi Germany in WWII.
Morning routine: Churchill famously got up at 7.30am but remain in bed until 11am eating breakfast, reading the newspaper and dictating to his secretaries.
Co-founder of Microsoft
$79.2 billion in 2015
Notable moments: Playing a key role in the rollout of PC’s across the globe with Microsoft’s Windows operating system and building the business to be one of the world’s leading software companies.
Morning routine: Gates is known as an advocate of good health and spends an hour on the treadmill, watching courses from the Teaching Company while doing so.