Your business plan should set a consistent course for your company, but it needs to change over time. Most entrepreneurs will tell you that their business plans are the blueprints for their company, or are the Bible of the business they're trying to build. It's good to have this mentality, and I don't advise trying to build a business without a plan; however, there's a critical misconception that leads to disaster more often than it reasonably should. Too many entrepreneurs use their original business plan as an unbreakable, binding document, when in reality, it should be flexible, and ever-changing.
To understand the concept and power of morning routines, we have to get back to the basics. It is a sequence of actions we do repeatedly. For instance, checking the email, reading the news, flipping through a Facebook newsfeed and watching Netflix can all become morning routines.
Instead of focusing on huge, radical steps, start moving forward by incorporating these eight changes that are so small and simple that you can implement them immediately. Our thoughts and actions are influenced by our feelings. Negativity is all around us.