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نجاحك في صباحك : كيف يبدأ الناجحون يومهم بكل حيوية؟

3.53  ·  Rating details ·  2,251 ratings  ·  273 reviews
يمكن لتلك اللحظات الصباحية القليلة أن تمنحك كل ما ترغب به من إنتاجية وإبداع وبيئة عملية هادئة .. وقد تمنحك ماهو عكس ذلك كله وهنا يبرز السؤال الأهم : كيف تقضي تلك الساعات الثمينة من وقتك ؟

إن هذا الكتاب والذي جزء منه دليل إجرائي والجزء الآخر بمثابة اليوميات يستضيف أربعة وستين من أكثر الناس نجاحًا في عالم اليوم .مثل بير ستون أحد مؤسسي تويتر ، وأريانا هافينغتون مؤسسة الموقع ال
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Published January 2020 by دار مدارك للنشر (first published May 2018)
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Nathan Mayer
Sep 25, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
It's nothing spectacular. I was interested in it at first because I have my own morning routine (we all do). But after reading thirty to forty pretentious douchebags drone on and on about how they can't start their day unless they run a half marathon and drink ice water from a melting glacier somewhere near Nepal, while snacking on quinoa and flaxseed, I decided I would rather bash myself in the head with the book than finish reading it. I get it: you're better than me. I learned nothing from th ...more
Enzo Pérès-Labourdette
I thought this book was going to be great, but it's just not for me. It's extremely repetitive and way too American for my taste, the culture gap is just too big. By "successful" people they mostly mean productive, I can't imagine these people being happy. Also the constant capitalism and product placement get's incredibly annoying. Some of the people were interesting, mostly the non-American NY-ers that seemed more down to earth. It did make me think about what I want to do with my mornings, so ...more
7jane
Jun 18, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Further adventures in routines...this could be a good companion to Currey's "Daily Rituals".
This one focuses on morning routines, and possible evening preparation for it. It's meant to be an inspiring thing that can help us make mornings better, or add something useful to them. One can dip to certain persons or certain themes (in 10 chapters), or just read all.
Each chapter ends with further tips on the theme. At the end is the conclusion of what to do next, some statistics that can be gathered
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Kelli
Jan 14, 2021 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobook
I highly recommend this on audio. I was able to listen to at a fast speed as I got ready each morning.

I’m a total snoop and always love the morning and night routines on YouTube, so this was up my ally!

There is one narrator that is consistent who interviews and asks each person a series of set questions. The people being interviewed do change each time, which I enjoyed. The book is set up with themed chapters ( morning routines, night routines, mornings with kids, etc.)

It was repetitive but fil
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Vanessa
Feb 24, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: non-fiction
This was an interesting little book - although there's some repetition, I liked that not everyone followed the ban of looking at their phones first thing. I also like the categorisation of routines to help include people with kids and people who might travel a lot for work. I've picked up one or two things I'd like to practice which is great. Some of these are just crazy unrealistic though, but there had to be a few right? ...more
Márcia Monteiro
Easy to read. Has many interviews and experiences from successful people but very much the freelancer and “american dream” type of people. Missing the real world experiences....
Karen Ross
Sep 13, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This little paperback oozes smugness from cover to cover - a procession of well-rested, zesty pre-dawn meditations, often accompanied by fresh coffee with a mysterious cherry aroma, followed by a full metal jacket sunrise workout and a disgustingly healthy breakfast, usually involving chia seeds.

I think Mark Wahlberg must've read it too . . . his morning routine, publicised this week, involving five pieces of steamed sweet potato, as it does.

Anyway, the book. It could have been a brilliant satir
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Emily Duchon
my morning routine is one of those things i can't stand "tweaking." i'm my best in the morning--more creative, energetic, and fulfilled. throughout the day, those levels of positivity change. many of the tips in this book are things i normally do in the morning:
*exercise
*make coffee
*read a bit
*make the bed
anyway, if you're a morning person looking for inspiration, or would just LIKE to be more of a morning person, i think this has some insights that are worthwhile.

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elizabeth
Dec 20, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nonfiction
I like the newsletter, and generally like learning about the minutiae of people's lives. In book form, the topic was super repetitive.
On the whole, famously productive people get up at 5am, work out for an hour every day, and meditate.
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Breanna
Aug 14, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Unrelatable.
Duaa Al Murbati
Nov 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Take-Aways

1- Whether you’re an early riser or a late sleeper doesn’t matter. The choices we make during the first hour or so of our morning determine whether we have productivity and peace of mind for the rest of the day or whether it will clobber us over the head.

2- To carve out time after you wake up, set your alarm five minutes before your usual time. Add five minutes every week until you have created time to carry out a morning routine before rushing out of the door. Break the snooze button
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Manas Saloi
Jul 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love these kind of books where you can get distilled learnings from successful people who have created routines/frameworks which allow them to get the most out of their lives.

I completely changed my morning routine based on ideas from this book. Highly recommend it.
Emma
Jan 16, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
What I liked most about this audiobook is that it fully catered to my nosiness. I just love hearing about what other people do with their lives (and judging them), so listening to so many peoples' morning routines was really interesting. What I didn't like was that pretty much every person included in this book had various privileges that most "average" people do not. I understand that the book was about how "successful" people spend their mornings, but I wish it featured more morning routines t ...more
Valerie
May 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved the stories. I have a morning routine that works for me but I like to hear what others do and see if any tweaks I want to make. I have a few in mind now.
Brad Lockey
Jan 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ig-reviewed
OK, this was good.
I’ve always found the morning to be a time of reflection and calm and amongst both of these, I’ve had deep work completed.
“Wake up at 5am, get shit done” was my old mantra.
Until I read this book I often woke up past 5am (parenting) and felt “behind”, in that I was rushing to get my daughter breakfast, dressed, ready and off for school; all while trying to answer some emails, check social media and answer some texts.
Now, regardless of when I do get up I am creating my own mornin
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Jennifer
Aug 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: prh
This is a really interesting book, and I'm going to be looking into buying this (took it out from the library). I feel like it has a lot of important information and advice for those of us who want to be a little more mindful or rested :)

LIKED: I enjoyed the way the book was put together, from everything from choices of who to interview, and the way the interviews and chapters were set up. One thing that I love and have taken from this book is when they ask if Shane Parrish uses apps or products
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Ujjwal Goel
Aug 17, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
From artists who rise at the crack of dawn to
record their dreams and CEOs who swear by half an hourʼs meditation to
Olympic athletes who canʼt do without an early morning workout, there are
plenty of examples to fire your imagination
Tatiana Kim
Despite poor rating here (below 4) i should say, it's a great book. In every book there is something that good (or not) for you at the moment you are reading it - reflections/ vibrations i don't know how to explain. Now i try to find the way to challenge and change my daily routine, so this book is an inspiration! ...more
Amanda Seifried
I’ve enjoyed reading the blog over the years and was excited for the book.

The premise of the book is things you do in the day set the tone for the rest of the day. This book is not about telling you THE morning routine but encouraging you to find A morning routine that works for you. Ideally a morning routine helps you feel accomplished and primes your brain for the rest of the day.

It was generally a light read, that called heavily on blog content and reprinted many interviews in full. I wonder
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Lana
Mar 24, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Collection of various morning routines. While this is definitely geared to people who work outside the home, there were some good nuggets that appealed to me to help me establish my own morning routine.

I could see some common themes in the responses: rising between 6-6:30, delaying picking up their phone, some sort of mindfulness activity, and reading.
Karen
If you enjoy reading about other people's routines and lives you will enjoy this book. If you start comparing and get depressed because yours isn't like theirs, skip it. I liked seeing the patterns in people's mornings. ...more
Stefani Lanteri
Jul 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Interesting. Easy to read, practical. I’m even thinking about becoming a morning person myself.
Melissa
Jun 07, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: stress-happiness
While I really enjoyed this book and found some of it useful, it is important to keep in mind that nearly all of these routines come from a place of white-collar privilege.
Mélodie Herbas
It is a serie of short interviews, which seemed like a good idea. Unfortunately most of the interviewees are similar so after the fourth one there is nothing new to learn.
Sara Vickers
Interesting to see the morning routines of highly successful people. Made me realize that a morning routine is something we should all create, even if it is spending a few extra minutes sipping your coffee, sitting with a loved one (furry or not), or catching up on a book. I can say I am way more aware of how the start of my day can affect the rest of it, because of this book. Highly recommend for people who don't have a morning routine yet. ...more
Emily
May 18, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Somewhat repetitive after the 4000th person said that they woke up at 6:30 and drank water. Amusing book at best, which looks at “successful” people, I guess with the intention that, if you can instill this discipline in yourself, that you are likely to be successful too?
Michael Huang
The collection of ideas of 64 successful people’s morning routines. It’s a varied lot: some people meditate, others work out, yet others check emails or read. In the end, whatever works for you works for you. But having a more or less fixed routine is a common thread among the lot.
Daniel Burton
Abandoned. The books is largely composed of interviews of successful people, but not a lot of quantitative or qualitative data. Felt a bit less useful to me, though I could see the interviews as inspiration for others.
Stephanie
Good and informative
Rebekah
Jan 26, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fun, helpful read on lots of folks' morning routines. Helped me see that I don't have to have a long, complicated routine, nor do I have to follow a prescribed plan. ...more
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BENJAMIN SPALL is the founding editor of the online magazine My Morning Routine. He has written on the topic for outlets including the New York Times, the New York Observer, Quartz, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, and more.

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