What Successful People Do In The Morning

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    • Publish Date: May 28 2016 6:39PM
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    • Updated Date: Jun 3 2016 7:03PM
What Successful People Do In The Morning

These sporting and culture icons are giving us some major morning routine goals...

Sushil Kumar, World wrestling champion
 
 
Olympic medals don’t come easily, which is why Sushil Kumar starts training immediately after he wakes up. “I eat very little before a workout. Just one banana,” he says. The exercise routine changes daily depending on what his coach has planned. It could be running, sprinting or a workout on ropes. “Each session lasts for two hours. Post this too, I don’t eat much; either a handful of almonds or the juice of raisins, and it’s back to my workout,” he says.

Raghu Rai, Photographer
 
 
At 71, one of India’s most celebrated photographers, Raghu Rai, finds his work exciting enough to wake up as early as 4.30 am. A quick one-hour session of yoga , he’s ready to spend the next couple of hours processing ideas for his current project. “I spend the day contemplating the way forward. I feel as if it enters my subconscious when I sleep. And in the early hours, before sunrise, it all comes back to me in a rush. Then I shoot like a ‘lootera’, wanting to take away everything from the subject I am capturing,” he says. 

Mallika Sarabhai, Dancer-activist
 
 
One of the biggest names in Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi, Mallika Sarabhai has been following the same morning routine for years. She says she doesn’t stray from it even when she travels — except for slight changes. “The first thing I do is let my eight dogs out for a morning walk. For the next two hours, Sarabhai enjoys western classical music on the radio. “I like instrumental; the cello, violin and piano.” She winds up at 8.30 am with a session of yoga.

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