Gina Kunadian, Women’s Alcohol Recovery Coach On The Morning Routines and Habits Of Highly Successful People An Interview With Jake Frankel
Apr 7, 2023
Consistency is extremely important if you are trying to establish new habits. It’s not the easiest in the beginning and it does take some getting used to. As a matter of fact Phillippa Lally, a senior researcher at University College London, published a study that found it actually takes an average of 66 days to form a habit. That’s over 2 months! And the reason why you want a consistent morning routine is because it allows you to take control over your day instead of the day taking control over you. It also helps you stay organized, be more productive, and grounded in your day.
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