The way we start the day has a huge impact on how the rest of the day goes. This intrigues many people to know the morning routines of highly successful people in the world – and follow in their footsteps.
In a recent interview with Wired, when asked about the first thing he does every morning, the CEO of Google Sundar Pichai revealed that he likes reading! The 51-year-old Google CEO of Indian origin further shared that he starts his day by reading a technology news website – Techmeme.
For the unversed, Techmeme is a technology news aggregator. It provides a summary of the day's key technical reports and analysis in a crisp, short format on a single page. This makes him very popular with his readers, who also include Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Microsoft's Satya Nadella.
Speaking about what makes Techmeme so popular among top tech leaders around the world, its founder Gabe Rivera told Business Insider in a previous interview: “Techmeme is the first read for technology executives everywhere because we are determined to provide the 'executive summary' experience they require. For example, highly detailed titles sorted by importance, along with a density of links that provide context and a sense of reach. No trivia or clickbait. And, of course, no pop-ups, videos or intrusive ads.”

Sundar Pichai morning routine decoded:
In an interview with Recode in 2016, Sundar Pichai revealed his morning routine. He shared that he typically wakes up between 6:30 am and 7 am and reads the Wall Street Journal in physical format, followed by the online version of the New York Times along with a cup of tea. And since he's picky about his daily protein intake, he eats an omelet and toast for breakfast.
Common morning habits of successful people:
It is noted that most successful people, regardless of their culture or origin, prefer to wake up early. This gives them time for themselves and keeps them ahead of others.
In an exclusive interview with us, we asked popular leadership expert and international best-selling author, Robin Sharma, about his tip for people to stay centered and productive throughout the day. To this, Robin Sharma said, “Well, one thing, and you won't be surprised if I mention this, but it is to become a member of the 5am club. Millions of people across India have read the '5am Club' book. , and taught them the 20-20-20 formula, and taught them the power of waking up early. In India, part of the culture, in many ways, is, I believe the word is Brahma Muharat. And this idea of ​​being able to wake up early, say your prayers or meditation or visualization because the impact of prayer or reading is so much more profound in that moment of silence. We live in a world where there is so much noise and so much stimulus. And then join the 5 am Club and dedicate yourself from 5:00 to 6:00, what I call victory time, and exercising and journaling and all the things I talk about in the book is actually very powerful, to use your word, to be grounded. Because then we went out into the world and worked on our mindset, prepared ourselves physically, connected with some wisdom, wrote in a journal, for example, said a prayer to center ourselves. And then we go out during the day and we're not reactive, we're living on our terms. So the morning routine is incredibly powerful.”
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