7. Use Your Commute
If you don’t want to get up earlier than you already do, you can use your commute to improve your mind. Do you normally listen to music on your car radio/CD player, have your MP3 plugged in on the bus or train? So many of us do! How about switching off the music and pursuing something a little more intellectual instead? Tune your radio to a news station or current affairs program and learn more about the world. Radio discussion/talk shows really stimulate your brain because you’re a captive audience and the discussion will get you thinking about how you feel about the issues. If not a radio show, audio books are a great alternative. Whether you choose a textbook for your classes or a novel, audio books are a way of improving your brain while you’re physically doing something else.
Your morning rituals are such a pointer for how the rest of your day will proceed. Spend some time to improve your mind first thing and you’ll be surprised how much easier the rest of your life falls into place throughout the day. What are your morning rituals? Do you give thought as to how they affect your day and your mind and body?
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