May 11, 2016 08:43 AM EDT

Powerful Daily Habits Of Highly-Successful People

Highly-successful people are like enhanced human beings who have figured out the habits they need to develop in order to get to the top. Check out the powerful habits that will help you achieve success.

Entrepreneur Tomas Laurinavicius, via Motto, has shared the habits that he has developed and experimented on. He collected the ideas he got from ultra-successful people and set to do it himself.

  1. Wake up early. Apparently, getting enough sleep regularly is one of the factors for the ultimate performance and productivity. Highly-successful people have been emphasizing the importance of rising early for their success.
  2. Create hand-written to-do lists. This can help the brain focus on the tasks that you really need to finish for the day or week. According to Tech Story, successful people know how to prioritize what needs to be done for the day instead of re-scheduling it.
  3. Make a productive habit stack. Habit stacking is the idea of sticking a new habit to a habit that you're currently doing. This would help you create a routine that will keep you productive throughout the workday.
  4. Stretch. This will reduce your back pain and give you better flexibility. It may also be incorporated with meditation to help you both physically and mentally.
  5. Read and read. "If you want to read more books, simply spend more time reading," Laurinavicius wrote. For those who feel that they don't have time to read, "make more time," he added.
  6. Write. Taking notes will help you be aware of daily accomplishments. Plus, it also gives you better communication skills and will increase your creativity.
  7. Visualize your day. This is especially helpful during meetings. Imagine the event with all the details. You can also mentally prepare yourself for things that could possibly go wrong. This, in turn, will enable you to be more confident in facing the issues that will come your way.

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