1. Get up after the first alarm clock.

2. Drink a glass of water (with lemon, mint, your favorite syrup or mineral water)

3. Exercise or do stretching exercises if you don't have enough time for a full workout.

4. Have breakfast. Even if you do not feel hungry, it is better to have a coffee and a croissant in the morning than to start losing concentration when doing important things.

5. Review what you learned the day before. You can view yesterday's synopsis or flashcards with words in a foreign language, if you are studying, or view papers / reports / documents that will be useful at work.

6. Plan your day. Prioritize (forget about multitasking) and remember to review your to-do list to stay focused on your goals.

7. Leave yourself at least 5 minutes to your psychological state. Use whatever will make you feel better for this: meditation, affirmations, yoga, calm music, a selection of motivational videos, etc.

8. Engage in freewriting. You do not need to follow any rules - just upload on paper everything that worries or pleases you, writing down everything that comes to your head at that moment.

9. Take time to do what should lead you to your goal. For example, if your goal is to learn German in A1 in six months, in the morning you should write yourself a couple of new words, complete an exercise according to the rule you learned the day before, or read a little in this language, so you can set yourself up for further work on what you want.

10. Every morning before leaving, look at yourself in the mirror and say, "I will succeed."