Coping Skill – Morning Routine & Priming

Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night.”

-William Blake


Own the morning and you own the day!

The start of the day is the best time to journal or be creative. Take advantage before your mind gets fully acclimatised to the day’s distractions and external influences trying to spoon-feed you your thoughts. It’s the time we are most awake to ourselves, our feelings and our needs.


A great morning routine should set the tone for a productive and fulfilling day. It starts with waking up at a consistent time each day, followed by hydrating with water, stretching or exercising to boost energy, and meditating or practicing mindfulness to center the mind. A healthy breakfast including protein and fiber is essential, and planning out the day’s priorities can help increase productivity. Lastly, disconnecting from technology and spending time on a hobby or spending time with loved ones can help reduce stress and promote well-being. Consistency and intentionality are key to building a successful morning routine.


The technique involves three steps: gratitude, visualization, and breathwork.

During the breathing exercise, you breathe deeply and rhythmically for a few minutes to increase oxygen and energy levels in the body.

During the gratitude practice, you focus on things you’re grateful for, which helps you to appreciate the good things in your life and improve your mood.

In the final stage, you visualize your future goals, which helps you to focus on the things that matter most to you and create a positive mindset for the day ahead.

The Tony Robbins Priming Technique can be a helpful tool for reducing stress, increasing focus, and improving overall well-being. The technique can be done in as little as 10 minutes, and consistency is essential for the best results.







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