5 Habits of Very Successful People
From VOA Learning English, this is the Health & Lifestyle report.
Having success and being able to meet one's goals requires knowledge, a sense of direction, hard work and resources. Some people might add to that list luck, connections and perhaps a strong belief in yourself.
We accomplish our goals one step at a time, doing a little each day. So, using your day effectively is important.
On many websites -- from Forbes magazine and Fast Company to health and physical fitness sites -- productivity experts share advice on how to achieve your career and life goals. Most of the experts agree on one thing: Starting your day on the right foot is most important.
Collected from these websites, here are five ideas on how to start your day off right.
1. Get up an hour early.
People who get up early in the morning have a jump on the day. For starters, they're awake! And some studies show that our willpower and attention span are strongest in the morning. In fact, the morning may be the most productive part of your day.
In American English, we like to say, "The early bird gets the worm." Here, if you're a bird, the worm is the reward. So, this expressions means that people who rise up early have a head start and, therefore, are more likely to succeed.
Inventor, philosopher and writer Benjamin Franklin would probably agree. Americans like to use Franklin's memorable expressions. One of them is "Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise."
Of course, there are exceptions. People who are "night owls" do their best work and their best thinking at night.
2. Drink a glass of water with lemon juice.
While your coffee is being prepared or waiting for your tea water to heat up, drink a glass of water with lemon juice.
Why? Health experts say that drinking a combination of lemon juice and water first thing in the morning jump-starts the body's metabolism. Not only does it jump start your body's cells, but this kind of drink keeps them moving throughout the day.
3. Don't answer email or jump into social media as soon as you get up.
Your coffee or tea is ready. So, you decide to look at your email quickly or open up your Facebook account. Well, don't. This is a great way to forget about the day ahead.
We've all done it. You see a Facebook post from a friend you haven't seen in a long time. He is angry about some political issue and the heated discussion pulls you in. Before you know it, an hour has passed, you're angry with lawmakers and it's not even nine in the morning yet! You hurry out the door so as not to be late for work. This is not the best way to start your day.
Some people may disagree with this one. Exercising in the morning may not be for everyone. Some people like to exercise after work or at night.
Physical fitness experts and trainers often suggest some form of exercise in the morning because the middle of the day is a busy time for most people. By the day's end, you may not have the time or energy to exercise. How many times have you finished work and said to yourself, "I'm too tired to exercise! I'll do it tomorrow."
Exercising in the morning prevents that from happening.
5. Think about your day ... at night.
Meditate, visualize -- whatever you call it -- take time at the end of the day to think back on all the things that have happened. Give thanks, if you want. And spend a little time to think about tomorrow. Some people who talk about "living in the present" may criticize this. But it may you help to prepare if you take a few minutes to think about what you need to do the next day.
Also, know that your day will probably change. You probably won't have time to do everything you planned. But that's fine. If you did one thing, that means you are one step closer in reaching one of your goals. And if you follow this advice, at least you've already gotten your exercise out of the way!
And that's the Health & Lifestyle report.
I'm Anna Matteo.
- 中考亚虎娱乐城网址：初中亚虎娱乐城网址亚虎娱乐城教材中考亚虎娱乐城网址真题中考作文 中考亚虎娱乐城网址阅读 中考亚虎娱乐城网址语法中考数学中考语文中考物理中考化学中考词汇背诵中考作文批改
- 考研频道：考研动态考研经验考研亚虎娱乐城网址阅读考研写作考研翻译考研亚虎娱乐城网址真题考研政治考研数学 考研专业课真题考研作文批改考研词汇背诵
- 在线广播：VOA慢速VOA常速BBC广播CNN广播CRI广播NPR广播科学美国人ABC 新闻AP news PBS高端访谈 NBC晚间新闻
- 双语阅读：图文阅读时尚双语双语资讯故事散文名著小说 海外文化原著下载
- 亚虎娱乐城网址四级：四级资讯四级阅读四级词汇四级语法四级写作四级翻译完型填空四级亚虎娱乐城 四级题库资料下载四级亚虎娱乐城训练单词背诵
- 亚虎娱乐城网址亚虎娱乐场：亚虎娱乐场资讯亚虎娱乐场词汇亚虎娱乐场阅读 亚虎娱乐场写作亚虎娱乐场试题亚虎娱乐场翻译亚虎娱乐场亚虎娱乐城亚虎娱乐场改错亚虎娱乐场下载亚虎娱乐场亚虎娱乐城训练亚虎娱乐场单词背诵
- 口译笔译：学习课程学习经验上海中级口译上海高级口译Catti MTI翻译硕士 精选翻译素材口译资料下载在线翻译
- 托福考试：托福动态托福词汇托福语法托福备考经验托福机经托福预测托福亚虎娱乐城托福口语 托福写作托福阅读托福词汇背诵托福作文批改
- AP news
您现在的位置： 首页 > 在线广播 > VOA慢速亚虎娱乐城网址 > VOA慢速-时事新闻 > 正文
n. 适合度（生物学术语） n. 健康
|共 1734 期 查看所有内容||去掉右侧勾选即可取消连续播放 连播|