My Morning Ritual – How To Be Unstoppable Everyday Of Your Life


morning ritualHave you ever wondered how some people wake up happy, vibrant and full of life?

You know these crazy people I'm talking about – they're energetic, productive, confident, and passionate.  They move about the day as a force to be reckoned with. And no matter what happens, nothing seems to phase them. They're a beacon of joy and energy, and as a result, people are naturally drawn to their radiance.

What makes these people different from the rest is NOT a “natural ability” or an inherent talent that they were born with. They possess no clear advantage over anyone else.  The difference is that they've made a CHOICE to be this way.

These people have DECIDED to live their life the way they want and have cultivated a consistent, daily ritual that makes them the way that they are.

You are what you repeatedly do everyday.

You are defined by your RITUALS – what you do on a consistent basis.

If you're always miserable, unhappy, anxious, living in fear, etc… it's because you have RITUALS that may not even be aware of, that are creating these emotions in your body on a consistent basis.  You've literally TRAINED yourself to be this way through practice and conditioning.

Can you change?  YES.  

Can you be happy, confident, and passionate each day? YES.


My Morning Ritual

I want to share with you below my most powerful video yet.  In this 35-minute video blog, I will take you through my ENTIRE MORNING RITUAL – what I do every single day to set myself up to win.

How you start the day is how you end the day.

This is EXACTLY how I do it – my secret to self-confidence, happiness, and vitality.  By doing this morning ritual, I feel literally UNSTOPPABLE everyday. It creates a powerful momentum and allows me to start off the day with energy, be productive, focused, healthy, and happy.  As a result, negativity doesn't seem to affect me much and I'm able to live my life PROACTIVELY, instead of out of reaction.

If you sew the same seeds, you'll reap the same rewards.

The notion behind having a Morning Ritual is to gift the most scarce resource you have, which is time, to YOU.  To make you the most important thing in your life, and to ensure that you're at your best.

Let me ask you… if you REALLY LOVE someone, how do you show them that love?

no one is going to love you if you don't love yourselfThe most obvious answer is that you spend time with them.  Well, how much time do you spend time with yourself?  I'm talking about real, quality time – time that is spent GIVING to yourself and becoming more as a human being.

Not only that, but you might do things to make that person feel INCREDIBLE – perhaps compliment them, tell them how much you love them, or celebrate together.  Again, how often do you take the time to compliment yourself, love yourself, and allow yourself to feel incredible?

Most of us are too busy beating ourselves up – and I'm sure if you did that to someone else, you wouldn't be in a relationship with them very long.

Doesn't it only make sense to nurture the most important relationship you have, which is with yourself?  This Morning Ritual, or “Hour of Power” if you would, accomplishes that.

If you want to take your life to a whole new level, then create an empowering Morning Ritual that you'll stick to everyday and COMMIT to it.  Make it non-negotiable.  I don't care if you have to wake up earlier or sleep less, just do it – no excuses.  If you actually do this, I promise you that life will never be the same again.

Watch the video of my Morning Ritual below:

(Or, you can watch the video on YouTube by clicking here!)


I'm going to break down my Morning Ritual here for you guys and go more into details on what I outline in the video.

1. Smile

This is the first and most important thing to do the moment your eyes open.

First, it reminds you to be HAPPY and APPRECIATE the fact that you're alive – it's an act of gratitude. Second, it is engaging your physiology, which changes your state.  There are over 50 muscles in your face, and most of them are being used the moment you smile.  You will begin to feel good immediately.

2. Stretch

Next, stretch out and loosen up your body while still in bed. You want to make sure your muscles are ALIVE and AWAKE for the beginning of an incredible day.  You need to get out of zombie-mode and get the blood-flow circulating through your body.

3. Breathe

Every cell of your body is made up of oxygen, which it is starving for first thing in the morning. Most of us have impaired breathing while asleep, and so taking the time to consciously take in deep breaths from your diaphragm will begin to fully oxygenate your cells and start getting rid of waste that has accumulated while asleep.

Not only that, but the brain needs oxygen – so you're instantly providing your red blood cells with more oxygen, which go through the river of life, and then is transported to your brain.  You'll instantly feel more alert and energetic.

I usually start the day with a certain breathing pattern, where I inhale at a count of 5 seconds, hold for the count of 20 seconds, and then exhale at a count of 10 seconds.  Alternatively, I'll immediately get out of bed and go for a walk outside, in which case I'll do something called Breathwalking.

4. Drink Water

For most of us, our bodies are severely dehydrated the moment we wake up.  Your cells not only need oxygen, but water as well.  70% of your body is made up of water, and so it only makes sense to fully hydrate your body so that it can be start off the day at a peak level.

I personally drink Kangen Water, which is filtered, ionized, alkaline water.  A Kangen Water ionizer isn't cheap, but it's well worth the investment for your health in the long run.  At least make sure you're drinking filtered, purified water for now.  Sometimes I'll add in some lemon to further alkalize the water, or mix with my water some Greens powder and make it into a Green Drink.

And don't just drink a sip of water – literally down 1-2 glasses. You have no idea how much your body needs it.

5. Move Your Body

The fastest way to change your STATE is through MOVEMENT.  When you change the way you move, it immediately begins to change how you feel.  Emotion is created by motion.  And the word E-MOTION really just means “Energy in Motion”.

The way you use your physiology biochemically changes how you feel.

So, it's important to engage your physiology immediately.  I like to use something called a Rebounder, which is a mini-trampoline.  It's also known as a Lymphasizer, since it stimulates your lymphatic system, which immediately begins to eliminate waste.  Not only that, but every cell of your body gets stimulated and massaged. It gets your metabolism going, you start to feel energetic immediately, and it boosts your state.  There's SO MANY other amazing benefits to rebounding, which I'll be sure to talk about in a future blog post.

Any form of exercise or movement will do.  During summertime, I'll step outside and immediately go for a walk near the water.  Or I'll start doing jumping jacks, sit-ups, or jump on a treadmill.  Just do whatever you prefer, but again, the key is to GET MOVING!

6. Engage Your Emotions

The next most powerful way to change your state is by changing your FOCUS.  This allows you to start off the day feeling remarkable through flooding your body with positive emotions.

Whatever you focus on, you feel.

You want to make sure that you're controlling your focus first thing in the morning, and directing it towards the way that you want to feel. The way that I personally do that is by asking myself a series of Empowering Questions, which change your focus, thus changing your state.

Here's the questions that I ask myself everyday:

What am I happy about in my life right now?
What am I excited about in my life right now?
What am I proud of in my life?
What am I grateful for in my life?
What am I passionate about in my life right now?
What am I committed to in my life right now?
Who do I love?  Who loves me?

You have to make sure you really FEEL the emotions, not just intellectually answer the questions – but FEEL it.  I do this by asking the follow-up question, “What about this makes me happy?” and “How does this make me feel?”

I also like to do this process OUT LOUD, not just in my head.  When I speak it out loud and use my body, I am engaging my state further and it will intensify the feelings.

These Empowering Questions are taken from Tony Robbin's Awaken The Giant Within book, which I highly recommend.

7. Your Driving Force: Vision & Purpose

Everyday, I like to make sure that I'm reminded of what my VISION and PURPOSE for my life is.  This is what really motivates me and gives me juice – it reminds me of what I'm made for and what I want my life to ultimately be about.  Also, by simply taking the time to read your vision or goals for life, you will begin move towards it.

Where focus goes, energy flows.

I have my Ultimate Vision for my life written in my Life Planner, in my iPhone, as well as a spreadsheet on my computer.  Your Ultimate Vision is simply what you want your life to be about – the ultimate plan and vision of who you want to be and what you want your life to look like.

Your Ultimate Purpose is the reasons WHY you want this – why you're committed to living your life this way and why you want to make this vision a reality.  This is what will create the fuel and drive to move forward.

I also read my Identity (who I'm committed to being), along with my Code of Conduct (the standards I hold myself to each day), as well as my Values and Rules for my life.  This might sound complicated to you, it's all stuff I will share at a later time in another blog post.  It's all based on Tony Robbins Time Of Your Life program and his RPM Life Management System.  It's what I use to design and manage my life.

The key is to make sure you're reading and focused on your goals and who you want to be each day.  Focus on what you want and you will move towards it.  It could be just taking a few minutes to visualize yourself achieving a goal or staring at your vision board each day.

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8. Feed Your Mind

I'm always learning new things, whether it's reading a book, listening to an audio program, or going through a video program.  It's important to feed your mind with POSITIVITY, rather than turning on the news and feeding it with the negative.  The act of consciously taking time each day to do this will do wonders for your state and help you develop yourself as a human being.

I commit to reading at least 10 pages of a good book a day.  Through this simple act, I've read hundreds of books.  And I have so many more sitting on my shelf to read and go through.  I like reading books that will help me at the current state of my life that I'm in – whether it's self-help, spirituality, health/fitness, finance, business, biographies, etc… anything that will improve the quality of my life.

By the way, 10 pages a day equates to 300 pages a month – that's a book a month, 12 books a year!  Think about how much better you'll be in your life and the results you'll produce just by making this simple action a daily habit.

9. Plan The Day

To be as productive as possible throughout the day, you need a plan.  Like I said earlier, I use my RPM Life Planner by Tony Robbins, but find something that works for you.

Having a plan for each day of your life helps you be PROACTIVE instead of REACTIVE.  You aren't just reacting to the demands of others, but you're consciously designing and creating your day, while moving in the direction towards your goals and dreams.

When you talk about something, it's a dream. When you envision it, it's exciting. When you plan it, it's possible. But, when you schedule it, it's real.
Tony Robbins 

I usually capture all of the things I want to get done that day.  Then, I chunk them into specific outcomes that I'm after.  For example, I may have an outcome for my physical body, for my businesses, or for friends/family, or my social life.  I make that outcome compelling, then write down why I want it.  I then categorize my capture of “action items” under each specific outcome, and then prioritize them.  The most important actions, I schedule in my calendar for specific times so I know what I'm doing and when.

I'll be sure to share in-detail my planning method in another blog post.

10. Accountability Call

Every morning, I have an “Accountability Call” with a friend that I've been doing for over a year now.  I've found having an accountability buddy to make sure I'm following through each day does wonders for being productive and making progress in my life.  When you run a home-based business like I do, it definitely helps having someone you're accountable to (since I don't have a boss…).

Our calls are usually around 5-10 minutes.

The structure goes as follows:

Did you get done yesterday what you committed to?  How was your day?
What did you learn yesterday?
What are the top 3 outcomes and top 3 actions you're committed to getting done today?

Simple as that.  We want to make sure we're improving each day and making progress in our lives.

Also, we try to make things simple – instead of talking about EVERYTHING we're going to do that day, we pick the top 3 highest leverage outcomes/actions.  This is following the 80/20 rule, which is the notion that 20% of your actions will produce 80% of the results.

Now, the kicker is, if one of us DID NOT get done something we committed to, we then owe $20 to a charity.  By having this consequence, it creates further leverage and accountability for ourselves.  We've ended up donated A LOT of money to charities over the year, but it's also something you can feel good about since it's also to a good cause and making a contribution. 🙂

11. Workout/Exercise

The final important piece of my Morning Ritual is to make sure that I'm exercising and hitting the gym each day.  For me, if I don't exercise early in the day, I never get around to it.  My day ends up filling up with work and demands, and my physical body gets left out of the picture.  That's why it's important for me to do it BEFORE I start my work.

Once I've completed an intense physical workout, I feel physically unstoppable.  It gives me this “high” and it starts my day off as a success.

I'm usually in the gym for 60 to 90 minutes each day, but that's only because I love it and because I'm competing in the WBFF fitness competition.  For others, you have to find a workout program or form of exercise that is right for you.  It could be walking outside, jogging, weight lifting, swimming, or even yoga.  But, strengthening and improving your physical body is something that has to be made important in anyones life to have a balanced, happy, healthy life.

Create Your Own Morning Ritual And Commit To It

That's it!  That's my complete Morning Ritual as it stands today.

It has changed and evolved over the years.  It used to be much longer, but now I've made it simple and customized it to the way that I like it for now.  It may change tomorrow, who knows.  I'm always changing it up, to make sure that I don't get too bored with it.

Now it's your turn.  You don't have to create the same Morning Ritual as mine, but create SOMETHING.  Make it specific to you and make it something that you will enjoy.  This is what works for me and it's based on things that I've learned over the years, so it may be completely different for you.  Just use mine as an example, take what works, and discard what doesn't.

The key is to make sure you COMMIT TO IT NO MATTER WHAT.  I suggest doing a 30-day Challenge where you commit to doing something like this everyday for 30 days straight, or perhaps even try it for a week.

If you actually do take the time to do this each day, I guarantee you that your life will transform and go beyond to a level you've never before imagined for yourself.  And in my honest opinion, NOTHING you do throughout the day is more important than doing something like this for yourself.  

Give yourself this gift – you deserve it.

The truth is, you already have a morning ritual that you may not even be aware of.  It could be you wake up, drink coffee, turn on the news, check your e-mail, or visit Facebook.  But, are those things really empowering you?  Are they nurturing your body, making you happier, or bringing you closer towards the vision of who you want to be?

If the answer is “No” and you're looking for a change, then perhaps this is for you.

I hope you enjoyed this lengthy, detailed blog post and video – I really wanted to be completely transparent with what I do each day and hopefully it will benefit you.  If it does, I would love to hear what you think and what your experience is.  Be sure to leave a comment below.

Otherwise, have a FANTASTIC DAY!

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  • Stephanie1822

    WOW this is amazing Stefan. Thank’s for sharing, you clearly have a lot of passion and enthusiasm for life. I am going to commit to doing this starting tomorrow!

  • Guest

    Great content as usual Stefan. Thank you for sharing. 

  • Jake Dunbar

    This is fantastic man. Such quality info in this blog. Loving it!

  • Cam

    Powerful video man.  So this is your secret to being happy and positive all the time, eh??

  • Nate Woodrow

    Thank you for being a powerful inspiration in my life, Stefan. I have received so much value from you just from talking with you and now through your blog. I look forward to learning more lessons from you and hopefully absorbing some of that youthful enthusiasm and passion that you have for life.  You are a rare individual.

  • Camino1ca

    Great post man. Looking forward to more. 

  • JC

    Great post, I would love to learn more about that RPM system that you use. I have been looking for a good time management system.  Is it worth getting?

  • Juny Arnoza

    This one here a good start for mine too. Thanks.

  • Kostadin Kostadinov

    That’s awesome man. I’m happy to see that you are living your dream and living your life on your terms. Keep going regardless of the obstacles and continue to help and inspire people.

    • Thanks, means a lot to me! This is what I’m made for, I will continue moving towards my dreams no matter what.

  • Chap Win

    Thanks Stefan for sharing.  I love the Accountability Call component of your Morning Ritual.  Keep it up!

  • Chary Fano Manango

    You are absolutely different!I like how you relate your dreams and to live your life.I wish to become just like you in having a POSITIVE traits in order to live life to the fullest. 

  • Debbie

    Thanks so much for sharing in such detail ………….. that’s extremely helpful, and not at all taken for granted.  THANK YOU!   You are a model that I can pattern my life after to see some genuine changes occur.  Thanks for the inspiration.  God bless you!

  • Fatih

    What actually inspired me is not the words you say but your energy, your passion and your relentless commitment. Your honesty makes me believe you and follow your way.  Thank you for the inspiration Stefan…

  • Gavin

    Thanks for sharing so much.  This really helps me and I appreciate it!

  • Great post.  I’ve devised my own morning ritual based largely on what you do.  It makes a huge difference in my days.  Thank you.

  • Nicole

    I stumbled upon your video while looking up how to EFT Tapping, and I am so thankful! I think God brought you into my life at the most perfect time! I want to do a challenge with my little brother and I can’t wait to tell him about this and start!

    I have been stuck in the “rut” for quite some time now after my diagnosis and surgery and treatment and alllllllll this other emotions weighing me down. It has been and is still seriously difficult to get out of! I know I HAVE to though!

    Your ritual gives me motivation and I am so grateful that you explain in detail what you do and suggest options. VERY HELPFUL!!!

    Thank you again!!

    • That’s great Nicole, I hope this gets you out of your rut and really gets the wheels in motion. Good luck and thanks for stopping by the blog.

  • Nick

    As with the user below, I stumbled upon this video out of nowhere (on the Warriorforum)and I must say, thank you! My main problem (as it has been for most of my life) is motivation, it comes as fast as it goes. I live an unstructured reactive live, and as an entrepreneur those are very bad habits/lifestyle. Although i’m not doing bad, I have the feeling I could accomplish much more in life with this simple, yet very effective ritual.
    I’m also planning to take a look at the book you mentioned, how to awaken the giant within 🙂

    Thanks again and I wil be following/recommending you in the future.

    Greetings from the Netherlands,

    Nick Ofman

    • Awesome, I love WarriorForum! Awaken The Giant Within is awesome. I’ve struggled with motivation at times too, I’d also check out the My Life Plan video which should inspire you. For me, having the vision and plan for my life is what juices me to wake up each morning and work hard towards my goals.

  • Michael

    Hi Stefan, I like your page very very much. You are SO convincing
    because you really make the impression of doing everything you suggest
    others to do even by yourself. I mean you don’t just talk but live this
    way. Sorry, my English is not too good. There’s one problem: I can’t
    watch this video on YouTube in Germany. It is not available. Is there another way to get it..?


    • Hey Michael, not quite sure why you can’t view it – what does it tell you?

  • Guest

    You are going places! Keep up the good work 🙂

  • Realy great article and video. Thank you very much !

  • I’m going to apply what you’ve outlined in this post and I expect enormous shifts in my energy and motivational levels.

  • Glenda

    thank you for all that you do….. I too stumbled upon your site, which i now see was a ‘blessing’. Good Luck with all your goals.. I enjoy watching your videos and getting motivated.

  • Derek

    Hey Stefan, I got a question for you. I have been having my hour of power and have been doing it consistently for over two months. I am an actor and this has been such a huge game changer in a lot of areas of my life. Recently however I had a setback though. I had to get a new job for financial reasons that has me working 10pm to 6 am and I get home at 8 am to sleep then have to wake up to do a rehearsal for 1-6 most days then I sleep for another hour and then I do my hour of power on the bus. Its not what it use to be like with my original hour of power. I feel depressed that I can’t do my hour of power the way i used to. Especially not being able to do it early in the morning before anybody gets up for the day to go to work. I still do it but its usually on a bus ride. I know in about a month I will be able to do it again the way I used to but in the meantime what do I do? I feel burned out and when I should be positive after this I feel negative. Thanks for all the hard work you are doing on this blog. Its greatly appreciated.

    • Hey Derek, why can’t you still do it when you get up? Why can’t you get up earlier and do it before your job (before you get on the bus)? Sometimes I do my morning ritual within 10 minutes, other times it’s longer, but I’d figure out what the most important things are to do in the morning and then complete the rest of it whenever you can throughout the day.

      • Vanessa

        Hi Stefan, how do you organize your time to manage to do your morning ritual within 10 minutes?
        So you do 5 minutes of reading and 5 minutes of exercise??

        Thanks for your answer. I really want to learn to develop my morning ritual to become more positive in life.

  • disqus_vVY01Bh9mH

    Brilliant article, Stefan. I am very curious to know what times do you wake up and start going thorugh your ritual?

  • Guest

    what time u rise in morning?

  • Alysa

    Your very informative and I think it will help in my life by meeting my now husband and being welcomed in his family I was able to come to terms with my families emotional abuse. Unfortunately its all my family I’m the anomaly. I have come to realize I don’t have friends because I’m so cautious and unsure of myself, like people can tell I don’t love myself. I think your ritual could really help me see past all of the years of abuse and love myself. The problem is the “Empowering Questions”. I’m in college right now but I have no idea what I want to do with my life. Working life that is personal I have dreams and can visualize them clearly but work I have no idea. I know I’m only 22 but I’ve searched my whole life to find a job I’m as passionate about as you were in this video. I’ve tried the quizzes and thinking about what you enjoy, I’ve researched, and done self help books on the topic but it hasn’t helped. In your video when you were doing the “Empowering Questions” you got happier, upbeat and more excited an it just feels like of course he’s got everything he wants out of life. When I do the questions I just feel all those abusive thoughts creeping into my head and I can’t shake them. I don’t end up feeling better but reminded of how little I’ve achieved and how little people there are that care about me. In the video you said what you say. I was just wondering if you had any advice on what I should say? I know it needs to come from me and my life but my life examples aren’t people to live up to. I figured it couldn’t hurt to ask, so thank you for your time and consideration even if I never hear anything back.

    • Hi Alysa, thanks for sharing. Finding your passion is a process, it takes time. I had different businesses and areas of life I was focused on until I found what I’m doing now. And you’re still young, so you have that in your favour. I recommend trying new things and taking time, don’t try to force it.

      As for the empowering questions, why can’t you ask “What am I happy about?” and “What am I grateful for?”, along with the others listed? Those aren’t based on knowing what your passion is or anything, just answer them honestly about what you are happy about in your life.

  • Hi Stefan, after reading the morning ritual post, I took up the challenge early last year and have managed to keep up with it most day for the past few months, and it’s made a world of difference. I put together a summary here: http://www.danielshaw.sk/morning-routine/

    thank you for the inspiration!

  • Aviva

    You’re awesome & inspiring. The link you have to Amazon for the RPM kit works, but Amazon says: “Currently unavailable. We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock” 🙁
    Keep up the amazing energy. You rock!!!

  • thank you so much stefan this brings tears into my eyes man! thanks for sharin your energy with the world!

  • Aris

    Hey, I just wanted to ask about your rebounder. What model is it? How much was it? & how long did it last? What would you recommend? It seems like a great and fun tool, I’m very interested in getting one. Thanks in advance!

    • Hey Aris, I don’t have that rebounder anymore, but now I use the Cellerciser by David Hall. I’ve been through too many crappy $50 ones, it was time to invest in a better quality one and it’s been worth it!

  • ashok

    One can add Prayer and Meditation also

    • reynolds3

      prayer is absolutely important but meditation is dangerous. I recommend not to meditate or doing similar things…

      • Buda

        prayer = meditation

      • Josh Moxey

        Majority of top performers in their respective endeavors use mediation…

  • Phil

    I am reading your article nearly everyday now.

  • Dan

    Great article, packed with great ideas. Thanks. (However, it’s …”sow the same seeds…” not “sew.” (You are planting them, not attaching them with thread.) 😉

  • Good stuff on your daily rituals and your accountability system. How did you meet your accountability partner?

    • I have a few friends that are similar to myself, so we help each other out!

  • I’m really impressed with not only your writing, but your willingness to open up and share yourself with others. Thank you.

  • This post is HUGE, when i first watched this video it completely changed my life. Love it

  • Tomas

    Hi, I somewhat like the idea of donating to charity to hold myself accountable. How do you pick which charity to donate? For example, do you think that donating to homeless people is reasonable? Thanks:)

    • Yeah, whatever you want! I just searched for a few charities that I like.

  • lindsayhenwood

    Hi Stefan,
    Your concept and purpose feels really great. My mother was just in Atlanta and saw you speak and she mentioned to me to check you out as I write ebooks and blogs, yet nothing has come from it yet. Your work seems very intriguing to me.

    I just noticed a little grammatical error that might come off as something different to certain people! 🙂 “Every morning, I have an “Accountability Call” with a friend that I’ve been doing (“business??”) for over a year now.”

    If that wasn’t a little mistake, then my bad and good on ya!

    Thanks :),

    Lindsay Henwood

  • Win Nguyen

    Stefan, this video is unbelievable. I’ve sent it to some of my closest friends and people I barely know. The response is the same. Got chills just feeling your energy as you take yourself through the process. Working on my reason WHYs right now and doing morning and night rituals. I know this is the start of it all.

    Thanks so much for sharing and being vulnerable!

  • Martynas

    Stefan thanks for sharing your morning ritual. it really gave me an imagine of how to start my day and get energized enought to do things that I want to be done.

  • Takuya Naruse

    Stefan, I’m so blessed about having found another individual who is committed to living each day at the highest potential and crafting the greatest life possible
    I also have a lot to share with you both on personal development and online business.

    Looking forward to your message

  • Kelly Mays

    Just found your site as I was loading up my ‘arsenal’ for my tool kit that I’m using to learn about blogging to earn income….Thank you for your energetic and very positive perspectives. You got me going for sure! I’m designing my Morning Ritual at this very moment. Thanks again – Kelly

  • Jen

    I love you:)

  • Bryan

    this post is awesome bro.. cheers!

  • Sarsha

    Hello Stefan , Thank you for the video on how to create your reality. Please allow me to please explain the state I am in . I really need some help. I am in serious debt and I have been praying for a sale of property at the right price to pay off debt. I am depressed, I pray and Thank God for helping me understand problem is solved but the reality has not come true . What can I do ensure my house is not taken. Please please help

  • oops

    You swear a lot.
    There are one million words in the English language; search for a better word.

  • Justin

    Hi Stephan!

    I just wanted to say I love your blog and it has definitely helped me change my life and motivate me. I wanted to know do you still use these morning rituals even to this day? This post is about 2 years old and wanted to know if you are doing anything different from what is stated here.


  • Dave

    Awesome video but one suggestions. Anthony Robbins says your speech is a big part of your success and I think you should try to cut down on the swearing. Heard “F***” like 10 times but never heard Robbins use it once during his speeches. Just a thought 🙂

  • Pat

    I love the ideals and the motivation “BUT” the cussing is really a negative thing for me.

    • Check out the other morning ritual video blog I have, without the cussing.

  • Saul Work

    Thank you! I have been looking for good morning ritual for long time – im glad I found it one here, thank you for that. It really is a game changer!

  • Uche Oti

    Stefan, thanks for the wonderful article, but how do i deal with these life issues: (1) Inconsistency: i start up something, like reading a book, I drop it half way; start up a project but i let it go halfway without accomplishment (2) How do i discover my PURPOSE…i’ve read books; some say find your passion. funny enough i don’t even know what am passionate about…one thing i know is that I enjoy using my fast fingers on the keyboard (typing), but how’s that supposed to change my life in this part of the world. I also enjoy talking..where does that lead me to; how can that make a difference in my life? Ask me if i love my job, i say no, but i jst do it to keep food on my table! Guess I need help, Sir! I believe there’s something in the inside of me waiting to be explored, but how do I find it???

  • Wow, love it! Not sure if you know but you most likely do that Hal Elrod has a book on this. Great stuff!

  • Nikki Muir

    Very inspiring read, I took notes, especially the part about choosing a proactive plan for the day. Hoping some of your boundless positive energy has rubbed off on me! Thank you for sharing

  • Vanessa

    Hey Stefan, I am curious how long do you finish your morning ritual?
    You mentioned you would go to the gym for 60-90 mins, and you also read, review your goals, and call your friend for accountability, so does this mean you usually spend about 2-3 hours in your morning ritual each day?

    When you have a busy day, how do you manage to complete your morning ritual in 10 minutes nonetheless?

    I am a beginner in developing my own morning ritual and I want to learn to set myself up for success, like you said in the article. But I only have 30 minutes extra time in the early morning, and it’s impossible to put reading, exercise, planning all into such a short amount of time…

    Thanks for your answer in advance. : )