Benjamin Spall And The Magic Of A Morning Routine [Podcast Ep. #12]

May 14, 2018

by Ravi Raman

Benjamin Spall joins me to discuss the magic of a morning routine. Benjamin is the co-founder of MyMorningRoutine.com, a site dedicated to the art and science of crafting the perfect start to your day. What started as a passion project, to catalogue the morning routines of the world’s most successful people, has resulted in a book deal with a major publisher. My Morning Routine: How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired is available starting May 2018!

The book features insights gleaned from hundreds of interviews with successful people about how they start their day. As part of the book project, dozens of more interviews were conducted, with CEOs, an Army General, Fitness Experts, Entrepreneurs and countless other people worth learning from. You will even see a quote from yours truly in the section about meditation!

Listen to the podcast as we discuss:

  • Why morning routines are so important
  • How a passion project resulted in a book deal with a major publisher
  • The crazy morning routine of a retired US Army General
  • Meditation as a life hack that more people should embrace
  • …and much more!

Visit MyMorningRoutine for hundreds of examples of the morning routines success people. You can also see my morning routine on the website! Check it outt here.

Visit https://benjaminspall.com for more information about Benjamin and access to his latest blog articles.

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My Morning Routine: How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired

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