Do you sometimes wonder what makes Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg stand out among us? The most likely answer perhaps is… they do things that most of us don’t. Did you ever question yourself what are those things? Don’t you want in on their secret to success? It’s quite obvious that we can’t get the answers from these great minds however; we can get the next best thing from contemporary trailblazers who could one day join their eminent ranks, SaaS entrepreneurs.
I am sure that Steve, Bill and Mark will see eye to eye with this new generation of entrepreneurs who have solid morning rituals that helps them thump the challenges of managing and guiding tech companies to their maximum potential.
The Morning Rituals of SaaS Entrepreneurs written by a SaaS CEO provides a foretaste into the life of today’s top 10 SaaS founders’ morning rituals that they say adds to their success in their individual fields. The moment their secrets are revealed by the author, the painful truth will stun you beyond belief. You’ll discover that their morning rituals are not as unusual as you’d imagine them to be rather they are in fact very doable. Unfortunately, we just have hordes of lame excuses not to follow them.
Here are some of the solid morning rituals of recent SaaS Entrepreneurs.
-Get Amped. Caffeine, yoga, music … all you need to get your mornings pumped up.
Founder of Appcues, Jonathan Kim, sets off his day by tunning to a music video or listening to a song that’ll pump him up. For him getting pumped up in the morning itself makes the rest of your day feel absolutely doable.
-Getting Inspired. Find some inspiration; making it through the day is hard enough
Look at other people to get some inspiration. That’s the premise behind the 60-second motivational video by Close.io founder Steli Efti’s, which he shares with his followers each morning.
-Exercise. A good work out is obviously going to improve your general wellbeing.
Chris Savage, the famous entrepreneur behind Wistia the video-hosting platform hits the gym 4 to 5 times every week. He says “moving first thing helps to focus me and feel accomplished before I actually make it to the office.”
-Accomplish small stuff. Don’t try to do everything at once. It’s better to handle one task at a time, rather than trying your hands on all of them and ending up achieving nothing.
Founder of StatusPage.io, Steve Klein endorses the philosophy of accomplishing small stuff. He takes out a little bit of time, to do something valuable every morning. “Valuable” means something you truly feel proud of.
These SaaS entrepreneurs aren’t superhumans, although they may seem that way at times. Their morning routines get them off to a good start, every single day.
Now you know what makes them different from most of us. These guys are not extraordinary; they just happen to perform ordinary tasks with extraordinary regularity. They decide their morning rituals and stick to it.
What about you? What does your morning look like? Do you have what it takes to make a successful entrepreneur?