Photo: PeopleImages | Getty Images Photo: PeopleImages | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PeopleImages | Getty Images How to Take Back the First Hour of Your Day 1 / 1 Back to Gallery On social media, mornings look blissful. It seems everyone greets the day with beachfront meditation, green elixirs or a sweaty endorphin rush. While these are all worthy pursuits, I suspect those blissed-out moments are the exception, not the rule. For many of us, mornings are tough. The alarm goes off far too early. Then we’re juggling kids, pets, text messages, missing files and burnt toast. I’ve learned that the first hour of my morning directly influences the rest of my day. If I hit snooze and skip the gym, I don’t feel settled until lunchtime. But if I wake up rested and start the day with intention, I’m ready to tackle whatever happens next. For entrepreneurs, every day brings new possibilities. The question is, how will you capitalize on them? Treat Yourself Like a Toddler MBA BY THE BAY: See how an MBA could change your life with SFGATE’s interactive directory of Bay Area programs. “Morning dread” is that mind-racing,… Read full this story
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